Flights from Liverpool (LPL) to Cologne (CGN)

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      Liverpool (LPL) to Berlin (TXL)
       Depart 29 Oct 14
       Return 12 Nov 14

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      Availability last checked 3 days ago

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      Liverpool (LPL) to Berlin (SXF)

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      Travel information for Liverpool to Cologne

      Photo of Germany   Germany
      Flight time forLiverpool to Cologne1 hr 35 mins
      What is the currency?Cologne€1.00 = £0.79Source: Oanda
      Distance from Liverpool to Cologne454 miles
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      • Distance between Liverpool and Blackpool (BLK): 23.6 miles
      • Distance between Liverpool and Manchester (MAN): 30.2 miles
      • Distance between Liverpool and Bradford (LBA): 62.8 miles

       How much do things cost in Cologne and Liverpool?

      • Liverpool is 7% more expensive than Cologne
      Liverpool Cologne
      Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre)£1.18£1.54
      Pair of jeans£56.67£64.34
      Bottle of wine£5.40£3.56
      Large bottle of water£0.85£0.19
      Last updated on source

        Facts and figures about flying from Liverpool to Cologne

      • Rarely are flights from Liverpool to Cologne cancelled
      • There is rarely a delay for flights from Liverpool to Cologne
      • Liverpool to Cologne flights are not usually subject to diversions