AF 2817 Salt Lake City to Pasco Flight Status

Air France Flight AF2817 from Salt Lake City International Airport SLC to Pasco Tri-Cities Airport PSC is not scheduled for today July 5th, 2020.
The last time the flight was scheduled was on November 2nd, 2019.
Check the table below for AF2817's most recent flight history:

AF 2817 Flight Status & Schedule

Date Departure Arrival Status
02/11 20:31 20:49
Landed
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02/11 20:19 21:13
Landed
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01/11 20:19 21:15
Scheduled
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30/10 20:19 21:15
Scheduled
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28/10 20:19 21:15
Scheduled
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Air France AF 2817 Salt Lake City to Pasco Flight Information

Air France Flight AF2817 connects Salt Lake City, United States to Pasco, United States, taking off from Salt Lake City International Airport SLC and landing at Pasco Tri-Cities Airport PSC.

How long is the AF2817 flight from Salt Lake City to Pasco?

The average flight time from Salt Lake City to Pasco is 1 hour. The flight distance is 837 km / 520 miles and the average flight speed is 829 km/h / 515 mph.

What is the average delay of flight AF2817?

The average delay of flight AF2817 is 0 minutes and the flight is on-time 100% of the times.

When was the latest AF2817 flight?

The latest flight took off on Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 with the flight status being Landed on 20:49.

How else can the flight AF2817 be referenced as?

This Air France flight can also be referenced as AFR2817, AF 2817, AFR 2817.

My AF2817 flight was cancelled or delayed. Can I get Compensation?

If your AF2817 flight was cancelled or you arrived to Pasco with a delay of 3 hours or more, you are entitled to 250€ in compensation, according to the EC 261/2004 regulation.

See our AF2817 Flight Tracker above for more details.

Other Salt Lake City SLC to Pasco PSC Flights

Flight AF2817 is a code-share Air France flight of the SkyWest Airlines operated OO3848

There are flights connecting Salt Lake City SLC to Pasco PSC.

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AF2817 Air France Flight: Salt Lake City to Pasco Route Map

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