Cheap flights to Pullman

Jetradar compares cheap flights to Pullman from 2,500 cities across 728 airlines and hundreds of travel websites from all over the world. We can find the cheapest flights to Pullman with no commission or additional cost to you.

The peak season for flights to Pullman is January, August and December . The low season for purchasing tickets is February, March and May .

Pullman is served by these airports: Moscow Regional Airport.   Direct flights to Pullman are offered by 0 airlines .

Depending on the number of days remaining before departure, the cost of flight to Pullman could increase more than twofold.

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General information о Pullman

Pullman is in United States . The IATA code (ID) for this city is PUW. The population of Pullman is approximately 29 000 people .

Time zone in Pullman: -8 GMT . Please keep in mind that airplane tickets show the local departure time, so you will have to set your watch prior to your flight.

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Airports in Pullman

Pullman is served by 1 airport: Moscow Regional Airport

Closest cities and airports to Pullman

The following major cities and airports are near Pullman and, if necessary, could take you to your destination:

  • Lewiston, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport is (41 km to Pullman)
  • Spokane, Spokane International Airport is (103 km to Pullman)
  • Walla Walla, Walla Walla Airport is (116 km to Pullman)
  • Pasco, Tri-Cities Airport is (163 km to Pullman)
  • Pendleton, Eastern Oregon Regional Airport is (177 km to Pullman)
  • Missoula, Missoula International Airport is (231 km to Pullman)
  • Wenatchee, Pangborn Field is (246 km to Pullman)
  • Yakima, Yakima Air Terminal is (263 km to Pullman)
  • Kalispell, Glacier Park International Airport is (276 km to Pullman)
  • Castlegar, Castlegar Airport is (286 km to Pullman)