St Petersburg to Charleston flights

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      Travel information for St Petersburg to Charleston

      Charleston   Charleston
      Distance from St Petersburg to Charleston381 miles
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      • Distance between St Petersburg and Tampa (TPA): 15.1 miles
      • Distance between St Petersburg and Sarasota (SRQ): 27.3 miles
      • Distance between St Petersburg and Punta Gorda (PGD): 72.7 miles

       How much do things cost in Charleston and St Petersburg?

      • St Petersburg is 20% more expensive than Charleston
      St Petersburg Charleston
      Bottle of local beer (0.5 liter)$2.00$1.65
      1 mile taxi journey$2.10$1.75
      Large bottle of water$2.00$2.50
      3 bedroom apartment downtown$2200.00$2633.33
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        Facts and figures about flying from St Petersburg to Charleston

      • Flights are unlikely to be delayed between St Petersburg and Charleston
      • There’s not much chance of diversions on flights between St Petersburg and Charleston
      • If you’re flying between St Petersburg and Charleston Netjets Aviation is the most popular airline
      • Flights from St Petersburg to Charleston are rarely cancelled