Flights from Raleigh (RDU) to Meridian (MEI)

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      Raleigh-Durham International (RDU) to Jackson (JAN)
       Depart 08 Oct 14
       Return 15 Oct 14

      Flying with US Airways

      Price subject to availability

       
       

      Travel information for Raleigh to Meridian

      Photo of Mississippi   Mississippi
      Distance from Raleigh to Meridian621 miles
      Here are some alternative departure airports for Raleigh
      • Rocky Mount (RWI) is only 43.2 miles from Raleigh
      • Southern Pines (SOP) is only 57.9 miles from Raleigh
      • Fayetteville (FAY) is only 58 miles from Raleigh

        Facts and figures about flying from Raleigh to Meridian

      • The largest aircraft flying between Raleigh and Meridian is a Boeing 757 Mixed
      • The most common connection between Raleigh and Meridian is Atlanta International
      • On average, flights from Raleigh to Meridian are cancelled 0.5% of the time
      • Delta Air Lines, Inc. operates 324 flights per week between Raleigh and Meridian
      • The McDonnell Douglas MD-88 is the most popular aircraft used for flights between Raleigh and Meridian
      • Flights from Raleigh to Meridian typically have a delay of 33 mins
      • Flights from Raleigh to Meridian offer a Canadair CRJ 200 as the smallest available aircraft
      • Between Raleigh and Meridian, the delay rate is 11.4%
      • Flights between Raleigh and Meridian are rarely subject to diversions