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American Airlines Flight 5088 Route Deals From $101

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $188 and $101 for one-way flights to Philadelphia Intl. for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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FAQs about AA5088

What route does flight number AA5088 take?

You'll be landing into Philadelphia, PA (PHL-Philadelphia Intl.) from Norfolk, VA (ORF-Norfolk Intl.) if you're traveling on flight number AA5088. You'll be airborne for 1 hour and 4 minutes during this trip. What's more, it conveniently travels direct.

How often is AA5088 on time?

If you've booked tickets on American Airlines flight number AA5088 between Norfolk, VA (ORF-Norfolk Intl.) and Philadelphia, PA (PHL-Philadelphia Intl.), 84% of these services touch down on schedule. If you happen to be delayed, you can expect to wait roughly 53 minutes on average. Thanks to this carrier's high standard of service, this trip has a 2.2-star rating.

What kind of plane is on flight number AA5088?

The route for flight number AA5088 is most commonly Norfolk, VA (ORF-Norfolk Intl.) to Philadelphia, PA (PHL-Philadelphia Intl.), and the Bombardier CRJ700 is the aircraft model you'll probably be jetting off with.