Flights from Scottsbluff (BFF) to Chicago (CHI)

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      Travel information for Scottsbluff to Chicago

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      Distance from Scottsbluff to Chicago822 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Scottsbluff
      • Only 46.1 miles separate Scottsbluff from Alliance (AIA)
      • Only 72.7 miles separate Scottsbluff from Chadron (CDR)
      • Only 76.4 miles separate Scottsbluff from Cheyenne (CYS)

        Facts and figures about flying from Scottsbluff to Chicago

      • Great Lakes Aviation Ltd operates 95 flights per week between Scottsbluff and Chicago
      • Scottsbluff to Chicago flights have a very slim chance of being delayed
      • Flights from Scottsbluff to Chicago most frequently use Denver International as a connection
      • The largest aircraft flying between Scottsbluff and Chicago is an Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia
      • Flights from Scottsbluff to Chicago are rarely cancelled
      • The Beechcraft 1900/1900C is the most popular aircraft used for flights between Scottsbluff and Chicago
      • Flights from Scottsbluff to Chicago offer a Fairchild-Swearingen SA26/SA226/SA227 Metro/Merlin as the smallest available aircraft
      • Scottsbluff to Chicago flights are not usually subject to diversions