Flights from New York (NYC) to Yellowstone Regional (COD)Edit search
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Travel information for New York to Yellowstone Regional
Here are some alternative departure airports for New York
- Distance between New York and White Plains (HPN): 28.8 miles
- Distance between New York and Islip (ISP): 47.5 miles
- Distance between New York and Trenton (TTN): 51.9 miles
Additional useful information for Yellowstone Regional
- In New York, the weather for the next ten days is 42°F, but in Yellowstone Regional it’ll be 42°F.
- Over the next ten days, the expected rainfall is likely to be 0.11 inches more in Yellowstone Regional than in New York.
- Over the next ten days, the expected sunshine is likely to be 43% in Yellowstone Regional as opposed to 36% in New York.
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Facts and figures about flying from New York to Yellowstone Regional
- From New York to Yellowstone Regional, United Air Lines Inc. operates 132 flights a week
- The smallest plane flying between New York and Yellowstone Regional is the Airbus A319
- Flights from New York to Yellowstone Regional are cancelled 1.4% of the time
- The majority of flights between New York and Yellowstone Regional are completed by an Airbus A320-100/200
- Flights from New York to Yellowstone Regional typically have a delay of 1 hr 9 mins
- The most popular connection between New York and Yellowstone Regional is Denver International
- The largest aircraft operating flights from New York to Yellowstone Regional is the Boeing 757 Mixed
- Flights between New York and Yellowstone Regional are rarely subject to diversions