Flights from Raleigh-Durham International (RDU) to Las Palmas (LPA)

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Raleigh-Durham International (RDU) to Las Palmas (LPA)
 Depart 28 Sep 16
 Return 17 Oct 16

Flying with KLM

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      Travel information for Raleigh-Durham International to Las Palmas

      Photo of Las Palmas   Las Palmas
      Lowest ticket price forRaleigh-Durham International to Las Palmas$854
      Average deal price forRaleigh-Durham International to Las Palmas$854
      Raleigh-Durham International to Las Palmasonly 3681 miles

       How much do things cost in Las Palmas and Durham?

      Durham Las Palmas
      Pair of jeans$43.26$72.33
      One-way ticket (local transport)$1.62$1.58
      Pack of Marlboro cigarettes$5.75$2.82
      Imported beer (0.33 liter)$5.00$2.54
      Large bottle of water$1.79$0.61
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        Facts and figures about flying from Raleigh-Durham International to Las Palmas

      • Flights are unlikely to be cancelled between Raleigh-Durham International and Las Palmas
      • Flights are unlikely to be delayed between Raleigh-Durham International and Las Palmas
      • Flights between Raleigh-Durham International and Las Palmas are rarely subject to diversions