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2014 Florida City Pairs

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Note: This page shows historic data from 2014. Click here to see 2020 Florida Cities.

The table below shows all cities in Florida with departing contract flights through the City Pair Program (CPP) in 2014.

There are 16 cities across Florida with City Pair fares. There are a total of 851 contract fares out of Florida including flights out of Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, Pensacola and Ft. Walton Beach.

The average one-way fare for City Pair Program flights departing from Florida in 2014 was $396.75 for Unrestricted Coach Fares (YCA), $279.38 for Capacity Controlled Fares (XCA), and $5,023.11 on average for Business Class Fares.

Click on cities in the table below to see flight information to/from or use our City Pair Flight Search Tool.

Florida Cities with Contract Flights

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Showing 16 of 16 City Pairs
Cities Flight Passengers Fares
Unestricted Capacity-Controlled Business
Orlando 136 175,581 $358.00 $295.00 $6,583.00 More Info 
Tampa 119 147,527 $412.00 $365.00 $6,052.00 More Info 
Jacksonville 117 137,840 $418.00 $366.00 $5,006.00 More Info 
Miami 123 109,271 $413.00 $215.00 $1,732.00 More Info 
Pensacola 77 85,118 $434.00 $339.00 $6,335.00 More Info 
Ft. Walton Beach 74 77,785 $467.00 $396.00 $7,505.00 More Info 
Ft. Lauderdale 60 44,617 $322.00 $240.00 $5,856.00 More Info 
Panama City 50 28,029 $539.00 $460.00 $5,552.00 More Info 
West Palm Beach 26 12,043 $329.00 $207.00 More Info 
Key West 27 11,835 $369.00 $150.00 $587.00 More Info 
Tallahassee 15 6,355 $406.00 $262.00 More Info 
Ft. Myers 12 4,171 $263.00 $175.00 More Info 
Gainesville 5 2,450 $428.00 $256.00 More Info 
Melbourne 5 2,322 $419.00 $287.00 More Info 
Sarasota-Bradenton 3 1,739 $354.00 $181.00 More Info 
Daytona Beach 2 843 $417.00 $276.00 More Info 
Totals: 851 847,526 $396.75 $279.38 $5,023.11

† Denotes average fares, rather than totals.

‡ Note that intrastate flights are counted twice in this table because these flights are included in both the origin and destination city totals. As a result, total passenger count and flight count are slightly inflated. See the statistics page for accurate totals.

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