Flights from Port Columbus International (CMH) to East London (ELS)

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      Columbus (CMH) to Johannesburg (JNB)
       Depart 16 Jan 15
       Return 23 Jan 15

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      Travel information for Port Columbus International to East London

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      Which currency?East LondonR1.00 = $0.09Source: Open Exchange Rates
      Port Columbus International to East London8658 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Port Columbus International
      • Distance between Port Columbus International and Columbus (LCK): 0 miles
      • Distance between Port Columbus International and Dayton (DAY): 71.4 miles
      • Distance between Port Columbus International and Middletown (MWO): 86.5 miles

       How much do things cost in East London and Columbus?

      Columbus East London
      Pair of Nike shoes$91.11$90.67
      Meal at McDonald's or similar$6.00$3.45
      Large bottle of water$1.53$1.32
      Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter)$1.47$0.82
      Cappuccino$3.14$1.47
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        Facts and figures about flying from Port Columbus International to East London

      • Flights are unlikely to be cancelled between Port Columbus International and East London
      • There is rarely a delay for flights from Port Columbus International to East London
      • Flights between Port Columbus International and East London are rarely subject to diversions