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Compare cheap flights from Columbus airport (CUS), USAClosest Airport to Columbus

There are 3 flights from Columbus airport, USA, operated by 1 airlines. You can find a cheap flight and then book directly with the agency or airline website Columbus airport to 3 cities in 3 countries.

We suggest that you check for flights departing from the following airports near Columbus:

- Grant County at 101km (63 miles) has 0 flights
- Ciudad Juarez at 116km (72 miles) has 544 flights
- El Paso, TX at 118km (73 miles) has 237 flights

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"Group" tickets: The price of the tickets for lowcost flights increases with the number of tickets sold. So it may happen that there is only one ticket left at the lowest price (e.g. 30Euro) and that the others cost more (e.g. 40Euro). If you buy two tickets, you will be paying the higher price multiplied by the number of passengers (in our case 40*2=80Euro, instead of 30+40=70Euro). Always check that the total price for the group is not higher than the initial price per person multiplied by the number of people in your group.