Flights from Raleigh-Durham International (RDU) to Cherry Capital (TVC)

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      Travel information for Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital

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      Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capitalonly 720 miles
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      • Distance between Raleigh-Durham International and Rocky Mount (RWI): 41.9 miles
      • Distance between Raleigh-Durham International and Fayetteville (FAY): 54.4 miles
      • Distance between Raleigh-Durham International and Southern Pines (SOP): 56.3 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital

      • Flights from Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital are delayed 1.8 percent of the time
      • A delay of 21 mins is common when flying from Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital
      • Flights from Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital are cancelled 0.6% of the time
      • The smallest aircraft operating flights from Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital is the Embraer ERJ 135/ERJ 140/ERJ 145
      • When traveling between Raleigh-Durham International and Cherry Capital, the most commonly used aircraft is a McDonnell Douglas MD-83
      • From Raleigh-Durham International to Cherry Capital, American Eagle, Inc. operates 246 flights a week
      • The most common connection between Raleigh-Durham International and Cherry Capital is Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County
      • Flights between Raleigh-Durham International and Cherry Capital are rarely subject to diversions