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Travel information for Grand Junction to Baton Rouge
- Montrose (MTJ) is only 55 miles from Grand Junction
- Moab (CNY) is only 65.9 miles from Grand Junction
- Telluride (TEX) is only 89.8 miles from Grand Junction
Additional useful information for Baton Rouge
- In the next ten days, Grand Junction will be 50°F, whereas Baton Rouge will be 62°F, that’s 12°F warmer.
- At this time of year, it’s likely that there will be 0.02 inches less rainfall in Baton Rouge than in Grand Junction.
- Over the next ten days, the expected sunshine is likely to be 77% in Baton Rouge as opposed to 59% in Grand Junction.
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Facts and figures about flying from Grand Junction to Baton Rouge
- The Boeing 737-700 is the most popular aircraft used for flights between Grand Junction and Baton Rouge
- There is a very low cancellation rate for Grand Junction to Baton Rouge flights
- There are 4 daily seats available for flights between Grand Junction and Baton Rouge
- Grand Junction to Baton Rouge flights have a very slim chance of being delayed
- The most popular connection between Grand Junction and Baton Rouge is Dallas/Fort Worth International
- From Grand Junction to Baton Rouge, Southwest Airlines Co. operates 1 flight a week
- Grand Junction to Baton Rouge flights are not usually subject to diversions