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FAQs about UA278

What route does flight number UA278 take?

UA278 takes around 2 hours and 52 minutes to fly non-stop from Chicago, IL (ORD-O'Hare Intl.) to Austin, TX (AUS-Austin-Bergstrom Intl.). We all know there's magic in the destination, but half the fun is in the journey!

How often is UA278 on time?

Roughly 67% of flight number UA278 services depart according to schedule — so think about leaving some space in your itinerary. In the event of a delay, the standard wait is roughly 38 minutes. Be aware of this if you need to link up with a connecting journey or your friend is collecting you from the airport. This route has a rating of 0.35 stars.

What terminal does UA278 fly out of?

You'll likely be hopping on the plane at Terminal 1 if you're flying on UA278 direct from Chicago, IL (ORD-O'Hare Intl.) to Austin, TX (AUS-Austin-Bergstrom Intl.).

What kind of plane is on flight number UA278?

The route for flight number UA278 is generally Chicago, IL (ORD-O'Hare Intl.) to Austin, TX (AUS-Austin-Bergstrom Intl.), and the Airbus A319 is the type of aircraft you're likely to be taking off on.