Flights from Seattle (SEA) to Standiford Field (SDF)

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Seattle (SEA) to Louisville (SDF)
 Depart 21 Oct 14
 Return 28 Oct 14

Flying with American Airlines

Price subject to availability

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      Travel information for Seattle to Standiford Field

      Photo of Louisville   Louisville
      Cheapest flight forSeattle to Standiford Field$404
      Average deal price forSeattle to Standiford Field$404
      Flight duration forSeattle to Standiford Field8 hrs
      Seattle to Standiford Fieldonly 1944 miles

       How much do things cost in Louisville and Seattle?

      Seattle Louisville
      Cheap meal$12.00$8.00
      1 bedroom apartment downtown$1553.81$700.00
      Local draught beer (0.5 liter)$4.00$3.00
      Imported beer (0.33 liter bottle)$2.86$3.25
      One-way ticket (local transport)$2.50$1.75
      Last updated on source

        Facts and figures about flying from Seattle to Standiford Field

      • From Seattle to Standiford Field, American Airlines Inc. operates 201 flights a week
      • Flights from Seattle to Standiford Field offer a Boeing 737-700 as the smallest available aircraft
      • Between Seattle and Standiford Field, the delay rate is 0.3%
      • Seattle to Standiford Field flights are not usually subject to diversions
      • Flights from Seattle to Standiford Field most frequently use Atlanta International as a connection
      • A delay of 2 mins is common when flying from Seattle to Standiford Field
      • Flights from Seattle to Standiford Field are cancelled 0.1% of the time
      • The majority of flights between Seattle and Standiford Field are completed by a Boeing 737-800 (winglets)