Round Trip Flights To Lubbock
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Lubbock is a city in the South Plains region of the U.S. state of Texas. It is located within the county seat of Lubbock County and is the economic center of the region. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 250,803 making it by far the largest city in both total area and population in this part of West Texas and one of two major cities in total area and population for all counties composing a large portion (roughly three-quarters) of this entire state’s geographic domain known as “West Texas”.
Top Places to Visit in Lubbock
- Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark
- Clovis Rodeo Historical Museum
- Lubbock Botanical Gardens
- Texas Tech University
- The Buddy Holly Center
- The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
- The South Plains Art Museum
Top tips for finding cheap flights to Lubbock
- Book early
- Book with a low-cost airline
- Book with a flexible cancellation policy
- Use a travel agent
- Check for cheap flights on Skyscanner, Momondo, and Google Flights
Top 5 airlines flying to Lubbock
- American Airlines:
- Flights to Lubbock from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Houston, and Los Angeles.
- Also offers flights from Boston and New York City.
- Delta Airlines:
- Flights from Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Frequently Asked Questions
Many factors can affect the price of your flight. The best day to purchase your airline tickets is Monday, as it’s often the cheapest. This is because airlines want to fill up their planes while they still have available seats, so they lower their prices on Mondays and Tuesdays to encourage travelers to fly with them instead of another airline.
On Wednesdays, however, flights tend to be more expensive because this is when people who have taken vacation time from work or school will be looking for cheap flights back home before returning next week. Flights on Thursday tend not to vary much since most people fly out early Friday morning or late Thursday night; therefore there isn’t much fluctuation between those two days in terms of pricing due to demand changes over time.
There are no direct flights to Lubbock. If you want to go via flight, you will have to fly through Dallas or Houston. No matter what your initial departure airport is, the first leg of your trip will be in Dallas and the second leg will be in Lubbock. The advantage of this route is that it costs less than a straight flight from wherever you are coming from directly into Lubbock. The disadvantage is that it takes longer; with a direct flight, once you land at your destination airport, all you have left to do is get off your plane and go through customs/immigration before going anywhere else (or relaxing). With this round trip itinerary, however—even if everything goes smoothly—you’re looking at about 8 hours roundtrip before even getting out of the gate area itself!
The average price of a round-trip flight to Lubbock is $293.00. The price you pay depends on which airline you choose, as well as the time of year. Airlines like American Airlines and Southwest Airlines offer the cheapest flights to Lubbock, but they don’t fly into the airport there every day of the week so it can be hard to plan around their schedules.
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- The cheapest month to fly to Lubbock is March.
- The most expensive month to fly to Lubbock is July.
- The cheapest days of the week to fly to Lubbock are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
There are several airports that fly to Lubbock. They are as follows:
- Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport, or LPST for short, is the main airport in Lubbock and it serves both domestic and international flights. The airport is served by one major airline—Southwest Airlines—and several smaller ones, such as United Express and American Eagle.
- Lubbock International Airport (LBB) is located just outside of Lubbock city limits but serves many passengers on their way into town. This terminal handles smaller private jets as well as charters from companies such as Air Canada Express and Delta Connection USA Airways via AirTran Airways.
- There are also two other airports within a reasonable distance from the city: Municipal Airport (LBB) and Robert Mueller Municipal Airport (ABI).