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Fly away on one of these direct flights out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

You’ll never have to deal with a layover again, because these are just a few of ABIA’s direct flights, which will take you to over 100 cities in the US and abroad.

A plane flying over Austin-Bergstrom International Airport at dusk.

AUS offers direct flights to almost 100 cities worldwide.

Photo via Tim Griffith

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Looking for a getaway to kick off summer travel season? You’ve reached your destination.

There’s nothing quite like a layover-free flight to really maximize your vacation, so we found some that you can hop on at AUS.

Pro tip: make sure to pack a neck pillow, eye mask, and reliable headphones — especially if you’re taking an international flight.

Campland on the Bay San Diego

Visit Campland on the Bay in San Diego — you’ll never want to leave.

Photo via Campland USA

Explore another city:

  • Amsterdam | KLM Royal Dutch Airlines | Go from one capital city to another when you fly to the Netherlands, which is home to an elaborate canal system, the Van Gogh Museum, and Golden Age architecture. Flights run three times per week.
  • London | British Airways | Hopping across the pond has never been easier with both airlines offering nonstop flights multiple times per week.
  • Los Angeles | Multiple airlines | Nothing beats a trip to Hollywood.
  • Mexico City | Aeromexico | Bonus points if you make it during Dia de los Muertos.
  • Monterrey | Viva Aerobus | This colorful, not-too-crowded city is home to the famous downtown Macroplaza and the Faro del Comercio monument.
  • Nashville | Multiple Airlines | You can find some of the best parts of Austin — think: barbecue and live music — in a new light in Nashville.
  • New Orleans | American Airlines and Southwest Airlines | Take it easy in the Big Easy.
  • New York City | Multiple airlines | Feel alive in the City that Never Sleeps.
  • San Diego | Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines | Much like Austin, San Diego tends to be relatively warm year-round, making it a great destination to escape the colder months.
A photo taken at night showing a city across a river lit up with lights.

See the glittering city lights reflect off the water at night from the Eastbank Esplanade in Portland.

Photo by Cambrie Juarez, PDXtoday

Go from coast to coast:

  • Baltimore | Southwest Airlines | Visit the birthplace of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” see a Baltimore Ravens game, or explore the colorful harbor.
  • Boston | Multiple airlines | Take a trip to one of the original US cities, which is home to the Boston Tea Party Museum, the Freedom Trail, and the USS Constitution Museum.
San Jose Skyline

It might be tough on the wallet, but visiting San Jose sure is great.

Photo via @bennys_journey

  • Portland | Alaska Airlines | Don’t miss the world’s largest indie bookstore, Portland’s many microbreweries, and thriving food scene.
  • San Francisco | Alaska Airlines and United Airlines | The Golden Gate Bridge, colorful architecture, and a creepy visit to Alcatraz Island await in San Fran.
  • San Jose | Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines | This bay area hub is in the heart of Silicon Valley.
  • Sarasota | Allegiant Air | Hit the gulf coast’s sandy beaches.

Can you smell the fresh, fall air in Vancouver’s Stanley Park?

Photo by mysticenergy for Getty Images

Head to the Great White North:

  • Calgary | WestJet | This Alberta city is the “Cowtown” of Canada (hey, FTWtoday), with a strong sense of western culture.
  • Montréal | Air Canada | Voulez-vous aller à Montréal? Say “bonjour” to the Paris of North America when you visit this charming city.
  • Toronto | Air Canada | Visit the capital city of Ontario, which is home to ~3 million Canadians and the iconic CN Tower.
  • Vancouver | Air Canada | The largest city in British Columbia, Vancouver is known for its harbors, art scene, and being a bustling filming location.

Hit the beach:

An overhead view of the beach in Cancun at sunset.

If Cancún doesn’t look like paradise, we don’t know what does.

Photo by Jonathan Ross via Getty Images

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Ever wanted to see Seattle’s Space Needle?

Photo via Josh Fields

Make it a mountain getaway:

Make it quick: