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Sedona Flights Guide

Though Sedona Arizona is a tiny town with a population of only roughly 10,000, it is a world class travel destination. Sedona is known for its imposing, red rock landscape and those who believe in it as a meditative, spiritual haven. Lots of resorts sit nestled in the landscape, and the famous Cathedral rock welcomes visitors and local hikers at all seasons of the year.

When one thinks Arizona, many think of the Grand Canyon. And yes, at only about 100 miles North, the Grand Canyon is a doable side-trip by car. Smaller, but friendly Flagstaff is also a short drive away, and for those feeling adventurous, Las Vegas is five hours by car to the West.

Sedona is considered a semi-arid climate, though slightly less parched and hot than Southern Arizona proper. Temperatures in the summer linger in the 90s and in the winter, can get down to the 50s and even colder at night. It very seldom rains. Flying to Sedona is somewhat difficult. Flagstaff Pullium Airport is the nearest hub, which means that the best time to fly is a time when you can take more than a few days to explore the area. Temperatures are the most temperate in the Spring, making it an attractive time to visit.
Popular Routes to Sedona

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