Flights from Salt Lake City International (SLC) to Laredo International (LRD)

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Salt Lake City (SLC) to Laredo (LRD)
 Depart 12 Nov 14
 Return 27 Nov 14

Flying with United Airlines

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      Travel information for Salt Lake City International to Laredo International

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      Cheapest flight forSalt Lake City International to Laredo International$380
      Average deal price forSalt Lake City International to Laredo International$380
      Salt Lake City International to Laredo Internationalonly 1157 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Salt Lake City International to Laredo International

      • Dallas/Fort Worth International is the most commonly used connection for flights between Salt Lake City International and Laredo International
      • SkyWest Airlines operates 145 flights per week between Salt Lake City International and Laredo International
      • The largest plane flying between Salt Lake City International and Laredo International is the Boeing 737-900
      • The most popular aircraft flying between Salt Lake City International and Laredo International is a Canadair CRJ 700
      • A delay of 22 mins is common when flying from Salt Lake City International to Laredo International
      • On average, flights from Salt Lake City International to Laredo International are cancelled 0.2% of the time
      • 6.2 percent of flights from Salt Lake City International to Laredo International are delayed
      • Salt Lake City International to Laredo International flights are not usually subject to diversions