Now, you can travel to many great cities in the US with our top-of-the-line buses while enjoying comfortable seats and on board entertainment along the way. However, if you are heading towards the East Coast or overseas to visit friends and family, buses may not be your best travel option. Not sure how to get to the airport to catch your next plane to New York or Paris? FlixBus has stops near major airports in Phoenix and Los Angeles. FlixBus will take a great deal of hassle out of your trip, saving you time and parking costs. Book your ticket today and take a FlixBus as your first step on your new adventure!
If you’ve just landed on the West Coast, check out our buses departing from the airports to cities all over California, Arizona and Nevada! On our mobile app, you can see exactly where your bus is the moment you step off the plane. Before you land on the West Coast, make sure to check out our travel ideas and favorite things to do in each of our destinations.
Founded in 1928 Miami International Airport is the third busiest US airport for international travel and offers the most flights to Latin America and the Caribbean. With more than 100 air carriers it handles more than 45 million passengers a year and is the top US airport for international freight.
So, if you’re traveling to any of the currently 163 destinations reachable from Miami International Airport, FlixBus will bring you to the doorstep of one of the biggest businesses in Florida.
Spread out over 3,230 acres the airport is located near Downtown Miami. As the property of Miami-Dade County MIA is the leading economic engine for not just the county, but also the entire state of Florida. It generates upwards of $32 billion in business revenue annually and handles approximately 60% of all international visitors going to Florida.
To help alleviate passengers’ fear of flying MIA has trained therapy dogs roaming the hallways with their human companions. They are ready and willing to be cuddled and provide helpful guidance to people in need of directions. If you spot one and just need a little canine comfort, no need to hesitate! Go ahead and hug them – they definitely don’t mind!
Opened in 1952, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is dubbed America’s “friendliest airport”. With over 40 million travelers passing through each year, Sky Harbor is the largest airport in Arizona and is located only a few miles from Downtown Phoenix. No matter what time you need to be at the airport, whether it’s 5 AM or 11 PM, there will be things for you to do here as the restaurants and bars are open 24 hours a day. Forgot to get souvenirs for friends and family? Sky Harbor has a wide variety of shops offering souvenirs, jewelry and sports attire.
You should also check out the Phoenix Airport Museum, one of the largest airport art museums in the United States, showcasing Arizona’s artistic and cultural heritage. Or, visit the Aviation History Collection and learn about the origins of aviation in Arizona. If you’re not interested in museums or simply want to chill out before your flight, Sky Harbor offers free unlimited Wi-Fi and a generous amount of power outlets to ensure that you don’t have to worry about your phone’s battery.
Opened in 1929, Los Angeles International Airport is the largest airport in California and the second busiest airport in the United States with millions of passengers passing through each year. LAX is a major international gateway to the United States, with over 1,300 flights departing to 44 countries each week. Due to the airport being so large, some regard LAX as a difficult airport to get around. Luckily, there are free airport shuttle busses that run between all terminals and parking lots.
The airport is only 15 miles away from the city of Los Angeles between Marina del Rey and Manhattan Beach, so if you have a long layover you can even think about chilling out on the beach! Or you check out the airport’s impressive number of shops, restaurants and bars within the nine terminals.