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EWR (Newark) to PHL (Philadelphia) Flights $256.7

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Interesting Facts About Flights from Newark to Philadelphia (EWR to PHL)

Question : What is the cheapest round-trip ticket you can get to Philadelphia?
Answer : JetBlue Airways is offering the best deal at $246. Better snatch it up quickly because prices range all the way up to $570 over the next three months.

Question : How long does it take to get from EWR to PHL?
Answer : American Airlines currently holds the quickest travel time with 50 minutes. For example, you would arrive in Philadelphia at 12:30 PM EDT if you left Newark at 11:40 AM EDT.

Question : When traveling to Philadelphia from Newark, how long will you be in the air?
Answer : When flying from EWR to PHL, it will take 60 minutes on average.

Question : Do travelers from Newark typically stay in Philadelphia for very long?
Answer : Over the next two months, travelers from EWR to PHL are planning on staying for nine days on average.

Question : If you’re booking EWR to PHL, how many different options of departure times do you have?
Answer : Of course the day of the week matters, but on average, four different flight times exist when you fly from EWR to PHL. You won't have as many options on this route as most other routes departing the United States.

Question : What day has the most flight time options?
Answer : When you’re flying from EWR to PHL, the day with the most flight times is Sunday, with six different options. Friday currently offers the least amount of flight times with three options.

Question : Do prices fluctuate more for this route than others?
Answer : Ranging from $246 to $570, prices for EWR to PHL change less than the majority of routes in the United States. The further out you book a route, the more likely you are to save.