Alabama Flights GuideAlabama, the "Heart of the Dixie", is an American state towards the East Coast with a number of scenic views and important landmarks, due to its rich history from the Civil Rights movement in its city of Birmingham. Go for a beach day at the Gulf State Park, or opt for some hiking and kayaking at the Little River Canyon National Preserves. The Cheaha State Park has a number of cabins with an incredible view for a bit more of a posh camping adventure. And, Alabama is home to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, for all those with a passion for aeronautics.
Alabama's largest and most famous city is Birmingham, with Montgomery in a close second. Others include Huntsville, Mobile, Auburn, and Tuscaloosa - where University of Alabama, a large university with a prominent football presence is located. Fly into Huntsville International, Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International, or Dothan Regional Airport.
The summer months of June through August are quite hot, but the winter months of November through February are just mildly cold. Due to its proximity to the sea on its southern half, humidity is common and it rains year round.