The cheapest times to fly from FAR to ATL are
- January 8th to February 25th
- April 9th to July 15th (except the weeks of June 18th and July 2nd)
- October 15th to November 18th
- December 3rd to December 16th
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 FAR to ATL is late May to early June. Prices can be as high as $826 for Sunday flights during early August, or as low as $276 for Tuesday flights around late May to early June.
When to Fly to Atlanta
Flying from Fargo, ND (FAR) to Atlanta, GA (ATL) will usually cost between $316 to $466 per person if booking more than four weeks in advance. On average the very cheapest time to fly is late May to early June with an average ticket price of $325. Due to high demand the most expensive time to fly is early August, with an average price of $459. Planning your trip to low-cost times can easily save you $134 on economy flights and even more on first-class flights. Generally, any price below $371 can be considered a good price for a round-trip FAR to ATL flight.
See below for a graph of average weekly prices for the FAR to ATL route. All prices are for round-trip tickets in USD.
Compared to other flights, the FAR to ATL flight is much cheaper than the average and costs much less than the average flight leaving from Fargo. The average price per mile (for a direct flight) is $0.21, which is below average.
Flight Prices by Day of the Week
Tuesday is usually the cheapest day to depart and return on this flight. Sundays are the most expensive days to fly out or take a return trip. Selecting flights on the least expensive days could save you up to $95 (22%) 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 $330. Return trip prices are from the ATL to FAR flight, and often highlight the quality of our data in showing the same trend.
Departing Prices by Day
Return Trip Prices by Day
Nonstop Flights and Layovers
Travelers looking to fly from FAR to ATL can generally find a 0-layover flight. Because there is a direct flight option the real-world direct flight time of 3 hour 0 minutes may 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 a nonstop flight from FAR to ATL while comparing.
- 134 miles (216 km) away from ATL
- Usually 2.16% less expensive than ATL
- 1-layover flights available
Flight Questions Answered
Still have questions about flying from FAR to ATL? We’ve got answers.
Which airlines fly this route?
You can find 4 major airlines flying this route most often: American, Delta, Frontier, United, and potentially more during busy seasons.
How far away is it from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Hector International Airport?
The distance between the two airports is roughly 1123 miles or 1807 kilometers.
How long does it take to fly from FAR to ATL?
The real-world flight time for a nonstop FAR to ATL flight is about 3 hour 0 minutes.
How many flights go between Fargo, ND and Atlanta, GA?
It depends on the day of the week and the date, but a typical day might have around 47 available flights from FAR to ATL.
Airport Location Info
|Origination airport name||Hector International Airport|
|Country||the United States|
|Destination airport name||Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport|
|Country||the United States|
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