Flights from Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh) to Lynchburg (LYH)

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      Pittsburgh (PIT) to Norfolk (ORF)
       Depart 13 May 15
       Return 20 May 15

      Price subject to availability


      Travel information for Pittsburgh to Lynchburg

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      Pittsburgh to Lynchburgonly 214 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Pittsburgh
      • Latrobe (LBE) is only 32.5 miles from Pittsburgh
      • Morgantown (MGW) is only 56.1 miles from Pittsburgh
      • Johnstown (JST) is only 61.2 miles from Pittsburgh

        Facts and figures about flying from Pittsburgh to Lynchburg

      • Pittsburgh to Lynchburg flights are not usually subject to diversions
      • Flights from Pittsburgh to Lynchburg are delayed 13.6 percent of the time
      • US Airways operates 202 flights a week from Pittsburgh to Lynchburg
      • The average delay between Pittsburgh and Lynchburg is 51 mins
      • The Airbus A321-100/200 is the largest aircraft operating flights between Pittsburgh and Lynchburg
      • The most popular connection between Pittsburgh and Lynchburg is Charlotte/Douglas International
      • Flights from Pittsburgh to Lynchburg are cancelled 0.4 percent of the time
      • The majority of flights between Pittsburgh and Lynchburg are completed by an Airbus A319