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|Destination Airport||San Antonio Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||SAT|
|Destination City Name||San Antonio|
Visit San Antonio
San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas. Most tourists arrive in San Antonio with the sole intention of seeing the Alamo and the Spanish missions. Many tourists are under the impression that there's not much else to see in San Antonio, but they would be wrong; people love coming to San Antonio to go shopping, visit theme parks, enjoy the best Tex-Mex food in the country and admire the stunning architecture. 26 million tourists a year can't be wrong; find out what keeps them coming by booking your cheap flights to San Antonio on Expedia today.
San Antonio airports
Most flights to San Antonio land at San Antonio Intl. Airport (SAT), which is located in uptown San Antonio. An airline that has a major presence at SAT is Xtra Airways, and some of the airlines that service SAT include Aeromar, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express and VivaAerobus. Some San Antonio flights land at the nearby Stinson Municipal Airport (SSF).
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Tips on booking your San Antonio airfare
Tickets to San Antonio are popular throughout the entire year thanks to the city's warm climate and numerous conventions. High season takes place from May to mid-August; the busiest month of the year is June, but even at the peak of high season, San Antonio never gets too crowded. Shoulder season is from September to mid-December and January to April. There isn't much of a low season in San Antonio; the only periods of time that can be considered low season are mid-August to late August and mid-December to late December. If you are looking for ways to save money on tickets, make sure to visit San Antonio during low or shoulder season. Also, be flexible about your arrival and departure dates; you'd be surprised how much money you can save by playing around with different combinations. Try to book your flights on a weekday; Tuesdays and Wednesdays tend to be especially cheap days.