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Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Akron $231.59

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Cheapest Flights from Birmingham to Akron (BHM to CAK)

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Interesting Facts About Flights from Birmingham to Akron (BHM to CAK)

Question : How many days should you spend in Akron?
Answer : Over the next two months, passengers from BHM to CAK are planning on staying for four days on average.

Question : Are you paying the cheapest or highest price for your ticket to Akron?
Answer : Ranging from $296 to $406, prices for BHM to CAK fluctuate much less than most routes in the United States. Prices tend to be lower the further out you book.

Question : Is this route your best bet for getting to Akron with minimal delays?
Answer : Using the combined on-time percentage and average delay breakdown, Birmingham to Akron currently has a 0 out of a possible 5 star rating. A 0-star rating means you should feel rather worried about getting to Akron on time.

Question : Can you cut down on flight costs by changing the day of the week you travel to Akron?
Answer : The best day to fly on a budget this month is Wednesday. Being flexible with your travel days garners even more savings during booking.

Question : Should you take that vacation to Akron in the next 30 days?
Answer : As of Apr 24th, the cheapest day to fly from Birmingham to Akron is May 17th. Tickets are currently being sold for $297, which is 12% below the average price for this route.

Question : Which airline is offering the cheapest flight from BHM to CAK?
Answer : Delta Air Lines is offering the best deal at $296. Better snatch it up quickly because prices range up to $406 over the next three months.

Question : What are the chances this flight will be delayed?
Answer : The Birmingham to Akron route has been particularly poor at getting passengers to their destination on time and currently ranks among the worst in the world. When there is a delay, it averages less than half an hour.