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Cheap flights from Knoxville to San Angelo (TYS - SJT)

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Things to know before you go. Useful info for your trip from Knoxville to San Angelo
Average temperature for February in San Angelo
68.0 °F
Avg rainfall for February in San Angelo
1.5 ″

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From Knoxville to San Angelo

What percent of flights are delayed?

Flights from Knoxville to Mathis Field are usually delayed by 44min. so prepare accordingly.

How many passenger seats are available on a flight on this route?

114,255,920 seats are available from Knoxville McGhee Tyson to San Angelo Mathis Field per day on average.

What is the cheapest airline for this route?

When searching, try setting your filters to view flights for American Eagle, Inc., as currently they have the cheapest options available from Knoxville to Mathis Field. On average you can find 80 flights for this flight path daily.

Does it rain more in Knoxville or Mathis Field?

When traveling, it's generally smart to pack in preparation for rain or any other conditions that may arise. The rainfall in Knoxville is roughly greater than that of Mathis Field. You can assume this to be the case over the next 14 days.

Is Knoxville weather warmer or cooler than Mathis Field?

With an average temperature of 97 °F, peak weather can be found in July. As a traveler, expect to see changes in flight prices during that period. The temperatures in Mathis Field are hotter than in Knoxville.