Pristine coral reefs, fiery sunsets (and sunrises!), and miles of endless emerald waves—if you’re thinking of Key West flights (EYW), you already know all this beauty is in store. But this tiny island may still amaze you. You’ll find both the expected—glass-bottom kayaks, fresh seafood, hammocks and mai tais—and the unexpected—pirate tours, presidential houses, and Civil War forts. When your plane touches down in paradise, there are no obligations, so journey among the pastel clapboard cottages and discover your next adventure.
Airfare to Key West lands you minutes from the fun. Hotels near Key West International Airport could be your perfect match. Just 4 miles from downtown, you’ll be away from the hustle and bustle but close enough to enjoy the sights. To get in on the action, stay near Duval Street on the western end of the island. Book an airport shuttle ahead of time—or catch a shuttle or taxi when you land—and you’ll be at your hotel before you can say “coconut telegraph.” Car rentals are available at the airport, but depending on where you’re staying, having a vehicle on Key West can be more hassle than helpful. Do as the locals do and rent a bicycle, or just hoof it. At just over seven square miles, with a mile-long downtown, Key West is the epitome of the walkable city. Meander in the footsteps of famous visitors, from Jimmy Buffett to Ernest Hemingway to Harry Truman—two of whom have landmarks named after them (sorry Jimmy, Margaritaville doesn’t count!).
We hope you like seashells, because you’re entering the Conch Republic. In this laissez-faire archipelago, you’re free to be, and do, whatever you desire. Book cheap flights to Key West with Travelocity and get your ticket to tranquility. We also have the best deals on Key West vacation packages—bundle and save today, then start exploring tomorrow.
Silver Airlines could do a better job of keeping us updated at the gate. Other than that it was great.