Companies are increasingly doing remote interviews via phone and computer, where you use your camera and microphone so you can see each other (blanking on the current term for that - all I can think of is “videophone”). Some use them for screening interviews prior to flying you out for a final interview; others use it as their final round or only interview. If the company doesn’t suggest it, you can.
I’ve been hired over the phone before - no video, just regular phone calls. This was for contract jobs, but contract work can lead to job offers.
By the way, expenses related to job hunting, such as travel expenses to get an interview (flight, rental car or taxi, hotel, meals) are tax deductible.