Question : If traveling from FAR to ATL, how long can you expect to be in the air?
Answer : When flying from FAR to ATL, it will take three hours and 17 minutes on average.
Question : If you’re booking FAR to ATL, how many different choices of departure times do you have?
Answer : Of course the day of the week matters, but on average, only one flight time exists when you fly from FAR to ATL. That is lower than the national average of five.
Question : What is the likelihood your flight will be delayed for this route?
Answer : Passengers are currently getting to their destination on schedule 80% of the time, which ranks in the top half of the world. If a flight is late, though, expect an average of 28 minutes added to your flight time.
Question : Looking for the cheapest flight over the next 30 days?
Answer : Oct 28th has seen bookings (as of Oct 23rd) as cheap as $352. That comes in 34% below the average price for this route. Saving now means you'll have more cash in your pocket for the trip.
Question : In terms of overall promptness, how does FAR to ATL rank compared to the rest of the world?
Answer : Using the combined on-time percentage and average delay breakdown, Fargo to Atlanta currently has a 3 out of a possible 5 star rating. A 3-star rating means you should feel slightly worried about getting to Atlanta on time.
Question : Will you do what it takes to get the absolute cheapest flight?
Answer : The best day to fly on a budget this month is Monday. Flexibility is paramount when booking travel plans in order to keep travel costs down.
Question : Which airline is giving the best deals for round-trip flights from Hector International Airport (FAR) to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)?
Answer : Prices are hitting highs of $1,252 over the next three months when flying to ATL from FAR. Check out American Airlines, as they have been booking customers at just $352.