Question : How does Krakow to Edinburgh stack up against the rest of the world in overall promptness?
Answer : KRK to EDI currently scores 4 out of a possible 5 stars in promptness. This score combines both the number of delayed flights and total delay minutes. With 4 stars, you should feel at ease about getting to Edinburgh on time.
Question : If speed is all that matters, how can you get from KRK to EDI as quickly as possible?
Answer : If you're able to take the shortest direct flight (which is offered by easyJet), you will be able to leave KRK at 1:45 PM CEST and get to EDI at 3:35 PM BST (two hours and 50 minutes). Remember, there is a time change of one hour.
Question : How often are flights late from J. Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice (KRK) to Edinburgh Airport (EDI)?
Answer : The Krakow to Edinburgh route has an 86% on-time rate, ranking in the top 25% of the world in getting their passengers to their destinations on schedule. If a flight is delayed, though, expect an average of 14 minutes added to your flight time.
Question : Do travelers from Krakow typically stay in Edinburgh for very long?
Answer : Travelers from KRK to EDI stay one week on average.
Question : Will you do what it takes to get the absolute cheapest flight?
Answer : In April, the cheapest day to fly is Thursday. Having flexibility in your travel plans means you can save more, so be sure to plan ahead when possible.
Question : What is the cheapest round-trip ticket you can get to Edinburgh?
Answer : Lufthansa is the leader in keeping costs down for their passengers over the next three months. Bookings are being made at just $170, which is quite a deal when compared to the more expensive bookings of $374.
Question : If you’re booking KRK to EDI, how many different choices of departure times do you have?
Answer : Depending on the day of the week, the number of flight times will change, but on average there is only one. The average route departing Poland currently has two different flight times per day, so expect fewer choices than you're used to.