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Direct (non-stop) flights from Birmingham to Detroit



Birmingham International, Birmingham, United States

2h 4m, 629 miles
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Detroit Metro Wayne Co, Detroit, United States Terminal EM

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Canadair (Bombardier) Regional Jet 900 and Challenger 890
Flight time:
2h 4m
Route distance:
629 miles, 1012 km

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All flight schedules from Birmingham International, United States to Detroit Metro Wayne Co, United States. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the departure time is 06:15. The distance is 629 miles.

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Birmingham International BHM

Birmingham International (BHM) is a bigger airport in United States. You can fly to 18 destinations with 4 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

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Detroit Metro Wayne Co DTW

Detroit Metro Wayne Co (DTW) is a large airport in United States. You can fly to 125 destinations with 13 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

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The flight between Birmingham (BHM) and Detroit (DTW) typically takes about 2 hours and 3 minutes.
There are 13 direct flights between Birmingham and Detroit every week.
The flight numbers are DL6214, DL4111, DL3287, DL6195, DL4112, DL3583, DL3426, DL3948 together with 12 additional flights.
From Birmingham you will fly out from Birmingham International (BHM) and you will be landing at Detroit Metro Wayne Co (DTW).
Bombardier CRJ / Challenger flies this route operated by Delta Air Lines.
Delta Air Lines have non-stop flights to Detroit.
They arrive at terminal EM.

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