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Pack Your Bags: 30 Vacation Ideas Flying From Memphis

  • Atlanta: Delta Air Lines – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL)
    • Ever wanted to see the World of Coca-Cola up close and personal? Maybe it is the Georgia Aquarium you are dying to see? Or better yet, that show you have dying to see at the historic Fox Theatre? Whatever the reasons, there has never been a better time to fly to the Big A. Click here to explore more of Atlanta.
  • Austin: Allegiant – Austin-Bergstrom International (AUS)
    • Austin has more than 250 music venues. With that being said, you are sure to have a great time in the city. Click here to explore all of what Austin, Texas has to offer.
  • Baltimore: Southwest Airlines– Baltimore/Washington International (BWI)
    • The first dental school in the world resides in Baltimore in 1840. This historic city is truly breathtaking from all corners and crannies. Get in touch with your American roots in this timeless area. Click here to explore what Baltimore, Maryland has to offer.
  • Cancun: Vacation Express – Cancún International (CUN) *Seasonal*
    • Cancun’s Great Mayan Barrier Reef is the second largest coral reef in the world, while Cancun itself remains to be one of the most famous Spring-Break attractions worldwide. Click here to see all the wonders the Mexican city has to offer.
  • Charlotte: American Airlines – Charlotte Douglas International (CLT)
    • Charlotte is named in honor of the German Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. This city, located in North Carolina, is known for not only its Southern Civil War roots and heritage but more recently its close ties to Nascar. Click here to explore all that Charlotte has to offer.
  • Chicago Southwest Airlines – Chicago Midway International (MDW), United Airlines – Chicago O’Hare International (ORD), American Airlines – Chicago O’Hare International (ORD)
    • The Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World Series, the team’s first title since 1908. This is also the perfect place to grab a cocktail. Chicago connoisseurs suggest stopping by the Signature Lounge to fulfill your dining needs whilst in the Windy City. Click here for more information on Chicago.
  • Cincinnati: Delta Air Lines – Cincinnati/N. Kentucky International (CVG)
    • Cincinnati was the first city to establish a municipal fire department and fire house. Cincinnati is also home to one of the oldest operating ice cream eateries, Graeter’s Ice Cream. This has a been a Cincinnati staple for over 100 years and it is the perfect place to pick up a a scoop of black raspberry chocolate chip ice cream. Click here to explore more of Cincinnati.
  • Dallas-Fort Worth: Southwest Airlines – Dallas Love Field (DAL), American Airlines – Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW)
    • Everything is bigger in Texas, just ask the 52 foot ‘Big Tex’ statue that greets visitors at the annual State Fair of Texas, held in Dallas. This, of course, is the tallest cowboy in Texas. To see this and other enormities the Lone Star State has to offer, click here.
  • Denver Frontier Airlines– Denver International (DEN), United Airlines – Denver International (DEN)
    • Ever wanted to be located a mile above sea level? Or maybe you would just like to enjoy approximately 300 days of summer? Either way, now is the perfect time to book your trip to Denver, Colorado. Click here to find out more about the Mile-High Society.
  • Destin-Ft. Walton Beach Southern Airways Express – Destin-Ft. Walton Airport (DSI), Allegiant (seasonal) – Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS)
    • Need an escape to paradise? Do not we all? Click here to begin soaking your toes among the luxurious beaches of the Emerald Coast.
  • Detroit: Delta Air Lines – Detroit Metropolitan (DTW)
    • Ever wanted to visit the car capitol of the world? Relic in the historic cultivation and preservation of automobiles and music? Now is the perfect time to book your trip to Detroit. Do not forget, Detroit is also the birthplace of Motown, where Smokey Robinson, Aretha Franklin and Marvin Gaye all got their start. Click here to explore more of the Motor City.
  • Houston: Southwest Airlines – Houston Hobby (HOU), United Airlines – George Bush Intercontinental (IAH)
    • Houston’s Theater District is second only to New York in terms of seats in one geographic area. Houston is also home to community members of over 90 different speaking languages. Click here to begin your cultural expansion in the Space City.
  • Jackson, MS: Southern Airways Express – Jackson–Medgar Evers International (JAN)
    • Jackson is one of only four cities of the world sanctioned to host the International Ballet Competition..
  • Jacksonville: Allegiant – Jacksonville International (JAX)
    • Jacksonville is also the biggest city with the continental United States, with over 840 miles to account for. Come experience Duval Street or feast your eyes on The Dames Point Bridge while in The River City. Click here for more information
  • Las Vegas: Allegiant – McCarran International (LAS)
    • Gambling is legal in Las Vegas, but of course you knew that! Grab up and the gang and press your luck in the City of Sin, by clicking here to plan your next trip to Vegas.
  • Los Angeles: Delta Air Lines – Los Angeles International (LAX)
    • In Los Angeles it’s possible to ski in the morning and surf in the afternoon. Click here to get lost among the hills of reality.
  • Miami: American Airlines – Miami International (MIA) and Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International (FLL) via Allegiant.
    • Miami is the most southerly major city in the continental United States, located only 90 miles from Cuba! From dance clubs to food markets, Miami is the city of plenty. Cultures fuse at every corner of this American piece of the Caribbean. Click here to begin your exploration to Vice City.
    • Fort Lauderdale is home to more than 100 marinas, and 50,000 registered yachts stretched over 23 miles. So, grab your snorkel and pack the kids, we are going exploring! Click here to begin planning your adventure.
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul: Delta Air Lines – Minneapolis-St. Paul International (MSP)
  • Nashville: Southern Airways Express – Nashville International (BNA)
    • Nashville is the capital of TN and a bustling hub for music, art, and food, with plenty of attractions for the whole family. Click here to begin planning your trip to Nashville.
  • New Orleans: GLO – Louis Armstrong New Orleans International (MSY)
    • New Orleans is known as the most haunted city in America. It is also known as one of the most culturally and artistically driven societies in the United States. Get lost in time and translation as you explore the bayou for all it has to offer. Click here to begin your bayou bon voyage.
  • Newark: United Airlines – Newark Liberty International (EWR)
    • Established in 1666, Newark is the nation’s third-oldest city behind New York and Boston. Newark is also famous for having the nation’s largest collection of Cherry Blossoms. Whatever you are into, I am sure you will find your fit in the Gateway City. Click here to begin planning your travels to Newark.
  • New York: Delta Air Lines – LaGuardia Airport (LGA), American Airlines – LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
    • Almost half of the city’s residents over the age of 5 speak a language besides English. On top of that this is the home of Broadway, the Big Apple, Times Square, and Central Park. Click here to begin planning  your trip to the Big Apple.
  • Orlando: Allegiant – Orlando Sanford International (SFB), Southwest Airlines – Orlando International (MCO)
    • Orlando is home to more than 100 lakes. This city in central Florida is also home to world-renowned Walt Disney World, comprised of parks like the Magic Kingdom and Epcot, as well as water parks. Another major destination in Orlando is Universal Orlando, which consists of Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure, with the Wizarding World of Harry Potter straddling both. Click here to begin invoking your imagination at Orlando.
  • Philadelphia: American Airlines – Philadelphia International (PHL)
    • Benjamin Franklin founded the nation’s first library in Philadelphia in 1731. Philadelphia is also home to The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, which opened in 1805. This happens to be the country’s first art museum and art school. Click here to get close with your colonial roots in Philadelphia.
  • Phoenix: American Airlines – Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX)
    • Phoenix is the United States’ sixth-largest city with a population of over 1.6 million. This is also a historic city with parts of Downtown Phoenix built over 3,000-year-old ruins. Click here start planning your Arizona getaway.
  • Tampa: Southwest Airlines – Tampa International (TPA)
    • Whether it’s Busch Gardens, an African-themed amusement park with thrill rides and animal-viewing areas, or its The historic Ybor City neighborhood, developed by Cuban and Spanish cigar-factory workers at the turn of the 20th century, the Gulf Coast city of Tampa, Florida is sure to deliver. Click here to begin planning your paradise.
  • Toronto: Air Canada – Toronto Pearson International (YYZ)
    • Toronto has 301 days of measurable sunshine; July and August have on average 30 days each. But if that is not enough to make you want to visit the Capitol of Toronto, maybe the fact that it is the fifth largest city in North America might spark your interest. Click here to begin planning your way towards Toronto.
  • St. Petersburg: Allegiant – St. Pete–Clearwater International (PIE)
    • St. Petersburg is known as the Sunshine City, with an average of 361 sunny days per year. The city is also known for popular for golfing, boating, fishing and beachgoing excursions. Its waterfront parks host the Dali Museum, featuring surrealist works of art; the Museum of Fine Arts, with works ranging from ancient to contemporary; and Mahaffey Theater, home of the Florida Orchestra. Click here to begin planning your trip to St. Petersburg.
  • Washington D.C.: American Airlines – Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
    • When the Washington Monument opened in 1884 it was the tallest structure in the world. Currently, Washington D.C. houses the United States nation capitol. Click here to begin your dive into the district.

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