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The cheapest times to fly from ATL to FAO are

  • January 8th to March 4th
  • early to mid May
  • August 20th to December 9th (except the week of October 22nd)

based on data collected exclusively by Champion Traveler across tens of millions of flights. Among all the dates above, the very cheapest time to fly from ATL to FAO is early to mid October. Prices can be as high as $1825 for Saturday flights during mid December, or as low as $628 for Tuesday flights around early to mid October.

 

When to Fly to Faro

Flying from Atlanta, GA (ATL) to Faro (FAO) will usually cost between $825 to $1487 per person if booking more than four weeks in advance. On average the very cheapest time to fly is early to mid October with an average ticket price of $758. Due to high demand the most expensive time to fly is mid December, with an average price of $1561. Planning your trip to low-cost times can easily save you $803 on economy flights and even more on first-class flights. Generally, any price below $1059 can be considered a good price for a round-trip ATL to FAO flight.

See below for a graph of average weekly prices for the ATL to FAO route. All prices are for round-trip tickets in USD.

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ATL to FAO Flight Prices

Compared to other flights, the ATL to FAO flight is priced close to the average and costs about as much as the average flight leaving from Atlanta. The average price per mile (for a direct flight) is $0.16, which is far below average.

 

Flight Prices by Day of the Week

Tuesday is usually the cheapest day to depart and return on this flight. Saturdays are the most expensive days to fly to Faro, and Fridays are the most expensive days to return to Atlanta. Selecting flights on the least expensive days could save you up to $143 (12%) on this flight.

Departing prices are for round-trip flights returning on the day of departure. For example, a flight departing on Tuesday and returning a week later will cost an average of $1001. Return trip prices are from the FAO to ATL flight, and often highlight the quality of our data in showing the same trend.

Departing Prices by Day

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Departure Day Prices

Return Trip Prices by Day

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Return Day Prices

 

Nonstop Flights and Layovers

Travelers looking to fly from ATL to FAO can generally find a 1-layover flight. Because there is not usually a direct flight option the real-world direct flight time of 8 hour 32 minutes may not be realistic.

 

Alternative Nearby Airports

Champion Traveler tells you which airports are nearby and whether tickets might be cheaper alternative airports nearby. Sometimes it’s worth it to fly into a closer airport and then commute to your destination. Remember that there is not usually a nonstop flight from ATL to FAO while comparing.

Destination alternative #1: Lisboa Airport (LIS) in Lisbon

  • 138 miles (222 km) away from FAO
  • Usually 9.44% less expensive than FAO
  • 1-layover flights available

See ATL to LIS flights

 

Flight Hacking ATL to FAO

Flight hacking is when you book two tickets instead of a layover, sometimes with different airlines. You will need to either bring only a carry-on bag (highly recommended) or leave yourself plenty of time to go through security again. Flight hacking is completely allowed, but airlines don’t always tell you the cheapest way to get from ATL to FAO — but Champion Traveler does!

Hack #1: New York, NY (ATL > JFK > FAO)

  • Price for both tickets: $750
  • Average savings: $310 (29.23%)

See ATL to JFK flights

Hack #2: Boston, MA (ATL > BOS > FAO)

  • Price for both tickets: $775
  • Average savings: $284 (26.82%)

See ATL to BOS flights

Hack #3: Paris (ATL > CDG > FAO)

  • Price for both tickets: $792
  • Average savings: $267 (25.21%)

See ATL to CDG flights

 

Flight Questions Answered

Still have questions about flying from ATL to FAO? We’ve got answers.

Which airlines fly this route?

You can find 20 major airlines flying this route most often: Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Air Europa, Air France, American, Austrian, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Delta, Eurowings, Finnair, Iberia, JetBlue, KLM, Lufthansa, SAS, SWISS, Tap Air Portugal, United, Virgin Atlantic, and potentially more during busy seasons.

How far away is it from Faro Airport to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport?

The distance between the two airports is roughly 4194 miles or 6750 kilometers.

How long does it take to fly from ATL to FAO?

The real-world flight time for a nonstop ATL to FAO flight is about 8 hour 32 minutes.

How many flights go between Atlanta, GA and Faro?

It depends on the day of the week and the date, but a typical day might have around 54 available flights from ATL to FAO.

 

Airport Location Info

 

Departing Airport

Origination codeATL
Origination airport nameHartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
CityAtlanta, GA
Countrythe United States
Latitude33.6
Longitude-84.4

Return Airport

Destination codeFAO
Destination airport nameFaro Airport
CityFaro
CountryPortugal
Latitude37
Longitude-8

 

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