Flights from Burbank (BUR) to San Antonio (San Antonio)

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Burbank (BUR) to San Antonio (SAT)
 Depart 12 Aug 15
 Return 19 Aug 15

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      Travel information for Burbank to San Antonio

      San Antonio photo   San Antonio
      Number of flight deals forBurbank to San Antonio13
      Lowest ticket price forBurbank to San Antonio$279
      Average flight price forBurbank to San Antonio$288
      Flight time forBurbank to San Antonio4 hrs 46 mins
      Distance from Burbank to San Antonio1208 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Burbank to San Antonio

      • Flights from Burbank to San Antonio are typically delayed by 13 mins
      • On average, flights between Burbank and San Antonio are delayed 1% of the time
      • Denver International is the most commonly used connection for flights between Burbank and San Antonio
      • Flights are unlikely to be cancelled between Burbank and San Antonio
      • Between Burbank and San Antonio Southwest Airlines Co. operates 272 flights per week
      • When traveling between Burbank and San Antonio, the most commonly used aircraft is a Canadair CRJ 200
      • Burbank to San Antonio flights are not usually subject to diversions