Flights from San Francisco (SFO) to Alexandria (AEX)

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San Francisco (SFO) to Alexandria (AEX)
 Depart 12 Dec 14
 Return 12 Jan 15

Flying with United Airlines

Price subject to availability

 
 
San Francisco (SFO) to Alexandria (AEX)
 Depart 12 Dec 14
 Return 13 Jan 15

Flying with United Airlines

Price subject to availability

 
 
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      Travel information for San Francisco to Alexandria

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      Cheapest flight forSan Francisco to Alexandria$383
      Average flight price forSan Francisco to Alexandria$383
      Distance from San Francisco to Alexandria1756 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from San Francisco to Alexandria

      • Between San Francisco and Alexandria, the delay rate is 4.6%
      • Passengers are most likely to connect via Atlanta International, when flying between San Francisco and Alexandria
      • The largest plane flying between San Francisco and Alexandria is the Boeing 757-300
      • The smallest plane flying between San Francisco and Alexandria is the Airbus A319
      • American Airlines Inc. operates 303 flights per week between San Francisco and Alexandria
      • Flights from San Francisco to Alexandria are rarely cancelled
      • The average delay time for flights between San Francisco and Alexandria is 17 mins
      • The majority of flights between San Francisco and Alexandria are completed by a Boeing 757 Mixed
      • San Francisco to Alexandria flights are not usually subject to diversions