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Flights to Willows

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Willows, California is a city located in the Sacramento Valley region of Northern California. It's the county seat of Glenn County and has a population of around 6,100 people. While it may not be a big city, Willows offers a taste of California's agricultural heritage. The city is known for its regional government offices, including the California Highway Patrol, the California Department of Motor Vehicles, and the United States Bureau of Reclamation. Visitors can also explore the Mendocino National Forest, which is located west of Willows. The forest offers remarkable scenery and opportunities for hiking, camping, and fishing. If you're looking for a relaxing getaway in a small town with a bit of history, Willows is a great option.

Fancy a trip to Willows? With over 600 airlines to choose from and more than 40 ways to pay, Alternative Airlines can help you conveniently book your flights to Willows. We offer budget-friendly, flexible flight routes to Willows no matter where you're flying from or when you plan to travel!

Airports near Willows

There are a variety of airports to choose from when visiting Willows. Here's 4 airports that serve Willows.

Sacramento International Airport

Located approximately 90 miles south of Willows, Sacramento International Airport is the closest major airport serving the region. It offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.


San Francisco International Airport

Situated around 150 miles southwest of Willows, San Francisco International Airport is a major international gateway with numerous airlines and destinations. It may require a longer drive, but it offers a wider range of flight options.


Oakland International Airport

Located approximately 160 miles southwest of Willows, Oakland International Airport is another option for Travellers. It offers a variety of domestic and international flights and is a convenient alternative to San Francisco International Airport.


Reno-Tahoe International Airport

Situated around 180 miles northeast of Willows, Reno-Tahoe International Airport is another viable option. While it may require a longer drive, it offers a range of domestic flights and can be a good choice for Travellers coming from the eastern side of the United States.

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Buy your flights to Willows and pay later

Did you know that you can buy your flights to Willows now and pay later at Alternative Airlines?

With Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL), you have the freedom to spread the cost of your flights to Willows over time, usually on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly period! There are interest-free options available, however, you'll need to check this beforehand with the lending provider.

Using BNPL for your flights to Willows gives you greater flexibility when managing the budget for your flights, ensuring a stress-free trip!

Things to do in Willows

With a wide variety of attractions in Willows, we've narrowed it down to our top 3 selections to make your planning easier:

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Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge

This 7,700-acre refuge is a haven for birdwatchers, with over 250 species of birds calling it home. Visitors can explore the various habitats by car along the auto tour route or hike or bike on the five miles of trails. The refuge is also a great place to see a variety of other wildlife, such as deer, coyotes, and foxes.

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Thunderhill Raceway Park

This world-famous racetrack is a must-visit for any car enthusiast. Thunderhill hosts a variety of racing events throughout the year, from amateur club races to professional championships. Visitors can also take a ride around the track in a high-performance car or attend one of the many driving schools that are offered.

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Willows Museum

This small museum is a great place to learn about the history of Willows and Glenn County. The museum has exhibits on the area's Native American cultures, early settlers, and agricultural heritage. The museum also has a collection of artefacts from the Gold Rush era.

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