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Pennsylvania Business Class Information

   Top Airlines That Fly Business Class To Pennsylvania

Book cheap business & first class flights to Pennsylvania with Jetsetz.  Jetsetz is an airline ticket wholesaler that specializes in cheap business & first class flights to Pennsylvania.  As a wholesaler, Jetsetz negotiates directly with airlines that fly to Pennsylvania in order to find the cheapest business class flights for our customers.  Some of the top airlines that fly business class to Pennsylvania are American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier and Jetblue to name a few.  Most of these airlines offer cheap non-stop business class flights to Pennsylvania as well as direct business class flights to Pennsylvania connecting through various airports located in the United States.  Jetsetz also works with international airlines that offer cheap non-stop business class flights departing Pennsylvania to all major international destinations.

   Best Airports To Fly Business Class Into Pennsylvania

One of the best way to find cheap business class flights to Pennsylvania is to book your flights to the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).  The Philadelphia International Airport is the largest airport in Pennsylvania and is one of the best airports to find cheap business class to Pennsylvania.  If you are searching for business class flights to the Philadelphia International Airport, please select business class from the drop-down menu and then enter the airport code PHL into the arrival city search box.  This will narrow your business class flight search to the Philadelphia International Airport.  For more information on the Philadelphia International Airport, please visit the Airport Transportation section below.

The second largest airport in Pennsylvania is the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT).  The Pittsburgh International Airport is a great option for those looking for cheap business class flights to Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania.  If you are searching for business class flights to the Pittsburgh International Airport, please select business class from the drop-down menu and enter the airport code PIT into the arrival city search box. This will narrow your business class flight search to the Pittsburgh International Airport.  For more information on the Pittsburgh International Airport, please visit the Airport Transportation section below.

    Best Time To Fly Business Class To Pennsylvania

The best time to fly business class to Pennsylvania is between the months of September – November.  This is a great time to fly to Pennsylvania as the weather is pleasant and the tourist season has ended, making business class flights more affordable.  February is the cheapest month to fly to Pennsylvania.  The months of March (Spring Break) and July - August (Summer) are the primary travel months, with the most expensive prices on business class flights to Pennsylvania.  If you are planning to fly during these times, be sure to book your flight at least 60 days prior to your departure date to get the cheapest fare.

   Cheap Business Class Flights From Pennsylvania

There are numerous US and international airlines that offer cheap business class flights departing from Philadelphia International and Pittsburgh International Airports.  If you plan to depart Pennsylvania for flights within the United States, you will need to depart out of the domestic terminal.  Most domestic business class flights are handled by American Airlines, United Airlines, JetBlue and Delta Air Lines.  If you plan to depart from Pennsylvania for flights outside of the United States, you will need to depart out of the International terminal.  The Philadelphia International Airport and Pittsburgh International Airports are 2 of the largest international airports in the United States, so give yourself at least 2 hours to catch your business class flight when departing from either of these 2 airports.  If you are a frequent flyer, each of these 2 airports has excellent lounges.

   Philadelphia Airport Transportation

If you choose to fly into the Philadelphia International Airport, you will need to work out your ground transportation. The best way to travel to and from the Philadelphia International Airport is to take a taxi, public transportation or rent a car.  The Philadelphia International Airport is located 8.3 miles south-west of downtown Philadelphia.  Philadelphia has an excellent public transportation system. You can either catch a taxi, ride the shuttle, rent a car, trolley or take the SEPTA high speed rail system into the center of Philadelphia. If you are staying in the city of Philadelphia, consider taking the public transportation to the city center and then take taxis, the trolley, the SEPTA high speed rail system, or ride-share to get around the city.   If you are planning on traveling to other cities within Philadelphia, you will probably want to hire a rental car.  You can either rent a car at the Philadelphia International Airport or take public transportation into the city center and rent a car at one of the rental car offices located throughout Philadelphia.  For cheap Philadelphia rental cars, please visit the Jetsetz website.

   Pittsburgh Airport Transportation

If you choose to fly into the Pittsburgh International Airport, you will need to work out your ground transportation.  The Pittsburgh International Airport is located 17.5 miles north-west of downtown Pittsburgh.  The best way to get from the airport to the Pittsburgh city center is to take a taxi, the West Busway, private sedans, rental car or the airport shuttle bus.  Once you are in Pittsburgh, the taxis, ride-share, and the T” train are the best way to get around the city.  If you are planning on traveling outside of Pittsburgh, or if you want to visit other cities within Pennsylvania, you will probably want to hire a rental car.  You can either rent a car at the Pittsburgh International Airport or take public transportation into the city center and rent a car at one of the rental car offices located throughout Pittsburgh.  For cheap Pittsburgh rental cars, please visit the Jetsetz website.