Question : For STR to FAO, how many departure times are there on a given day?
Answer : Each day is different, but on average, you can expect to see only one available departure time. You won't have as many choices on this route as most other routes departing Germany.
Question : What is the likelihood your flight will be delayed for this route?
Answer : Flights from STR to FAO are on time 85% of the time, ranking in the 68th percentile worldwide. When a flight is delayed, it's a 21-minute delay on average.
Question : How long does it take to get from STR to FAO?
Answer : If you're able to take the fastest direct flight (which is offered by Germanwings), you will be able to leave STR at 3:55 PM CEST and get to FAO at 5:55 PM WEST (three hours). Remember, there is a one-hour time difference.
Question : Which airline has been the most dependable in getting passengers to their destination on time?
Answer : The current leader is Air Berlin with a 94% on-time rate. Stick to Air Berlin and you won't spend more time in airports than you have to. Note that if they do have a delay, it usually lasts less than 15 minutes.
Question : If traveling from STR to FAO, how long can you expect to be in the air?
Answer : The average flight duration between STR and FAO is three hours.
Question : Which airline is struggling to get to Faro on time?
Answer : If you're flying Germanwings to Faro from Stuttgart, you may be tardy as they're late 33% of the time. If you’re on Germanwings, be sure to sign up for the delay notifications to stay up to date with your flight’s status.
Question : How many days should you spend in Faro?
Answer : Over the next two months, travelers from STR to FAO are planning on staying for about one week on average.