Flights from Port Columbus International (CMH) to Tyler Pounds Field (TYR)

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Columbus (CMH) to Tyler (TYR)
 Depart 15 Nov 14
 Return 12 Dec 14

Flying with United Airlines

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      Travel information for Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field

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      Lowest ticket price forPort Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field$289
      Average flight price forPort Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field$289
      Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field874 miles

        Facts and figures about flying from Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field

      • Diversions are not a regular occurrence on flights between Port Columbus International and Tyler Pounds Field
      • Between Port Columbus International and Tyler Pounds Field American Airlines Inc. operates 114 flights per week
      • Flights from Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field are cancelled 0.9% of the time
      • Flights from Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field are delayed 12.2 percent of the time
      • Flights from Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field most frequently use Dallas/Fort Worth International as a connection
      • Flights from Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field offer a Canadair CRJ 700 as the largest available aircraft
      • Flights from Port Columbus International to Tyler Pounds Field are typically delayed by 22 mins
      • The Embraer ERJ 135/ERJ 140/ERJ 145 is the smallest airplane available for flights between Port Columbus International and Tyler Pounds Field