Cheap flights to North Dakota

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Flights to North Dakota in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inAprilHigh demand for flights, 0% potential price rise
Cheapest inFebruaryBest time to find cheap flights, 2% potential price drop
Average price£623Average for return flights in May 2022
Return from£760From London to Fargo Hector Field

Cheap flights to North Dakota in May, June 2022

The best prices found for FAR flights for May, June
25 May - 8 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

FAR

Fargo Hector Field

1 stop

14h 25m
FAR

Fargo Hector Field

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

10h 20m
£759

Finnair

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Deal found 20 May 2022

29 Jun - 4 Jul
LHR

London Heathrow

FAR

Fargo Hector Field

1 stop

21h 02m
FAR

Fargo Hector Field

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

34h 45m
£760

Finnair

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Deal found 19 May 2022

2 Jun - 15 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

FAR

Fargo Hector Field

1 stop

19h 00m
FAR

Fargo Hector Field

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

27h 46m
£799

Finnair

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Deal found 20 May 2022

North Dakota 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to North Dakota found for this year
25 May - 8 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

FAR

Fargo Hector Field

1 stop

14h 25m
FAR

Fargo Hector Field

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

10h 20m
£759

Finnair

View Deal

Deal found 20 May 2022

29 Jun - 4 Jul
LHR

London Heathrow

FAR

Fargo Hector Field

1 stop

21h 02m
FAR

Fargo Hector Field

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

34h 45m
£760

Finnair

View Deal

Deal found 19 May 2022

2 Jun - 15 Jun
LHR

London Heathrow

FAR

Fargo Hector Field

1 stop

19h 00m
FAR

Fargo Hector Field

LHR

London Heathrow

1 stop

27h 46m
£799

Finnair

View Deal

Deal found 20 May 2022

When is the best time to fly to North Dakota?

Average North Dakota flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

LON - FAR

Price

£617 - £1,087

FAR

Temperature

-13 - 22 °C

FAR

Rainfall

15 - 99 mm

Which day is cheapest to fly to North Dakota?

At the moment, Monday is the most economical day to take a flight to North Dakota. Sunday is likely to be the most costly.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to North Dakota?

To get the best value, try booking a flight at midday when visiting North Dakota. Generally the prices will increase for flights in the afternoon as these tend to have higher demand.

Famed for its extreme weather, North Dakota has thunderstorms and sweltering heat in summer and biting cold in winter – along with the odd blizzard. That didn’t deter its 19th-century settlers, who flooded in from Northern Europe to claim homesteads, forcing the Native American tribes into reservations.

In the north, the city of Minot plays host to both the North Dakota State Fair in July and the Norsk Hostfest in October, a lively celebration of the state’s Scandinavian immigrant heritage. Festival-goers munch on lefse and lutefisk as they listen to a somewhat less authentically Scandinavian musical line-up: this year’s acts range from the Beach Boys to Irish crooner Daniel O’Donnell.

Former frontier town Fargo, meanwhile, is best known for its cinematic links. Inextricably associated with the Coen brothers’ film Fargo (even though almost all of the action takes place in Minnesota), the city also holds an annual film festival in its lovely 1920s theatre.

North Dakota’s big tourist attraction, though, is Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Beloved of hikers, cyclists and horse riders, its panoply of wildlife includes elk, bison and wild horses.

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North Dakota climate

North Dakota has hot summers (the record high was 53 degrees Celsius) with little rainfall and periods of drought. The winters are cold, with the average temperature in the single digits in January. Bismarck gets around 111cm (44 inches) of snow. At the top of the tornado alley, North Dakota’s peak tornado season is June, July, and August.

When is the best time to fly to North Dakota?

Peak Season:
Summer is the peak tourist season in North Dakota, but so few people visit the state that crowds are not bad, even in the Badlands. Summer is also prime canoeing weather.

The North Dakota State Fair is an annual event in Minot in late July. The United Tribes International Powwow is an annual event in Bismarck the weekend after Labor Day and one of the largest powwows in the US.

Off Season:
Autumn and hunting season are popular, but the winters are so harsh that few people seek North Dakota flights during this time.

Getting around North Dakota

The least-visited state in the country, North Dakota has more unexplored wilderness than any other state except Alaska. You need a car to see North Dakota. If you are heading for the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, US 85 takes you through the North Unit and I-94 through the South Unit. For prairies and missile silos, try US 2 (although you cannot actually see the silos).

For outdoor enthusiasts, the popular modes of transport are hiking, biking, canoeing, boating, skiing, snowmobiling, and horseback riding.

There is very limited train service within the state and somewhat less limited bus service.

What is good to know if travelling to North Dakota?

  • Theodore Roosevelt hunted in North Dakota in late-19th century and established two cattle ranches there. When he became president he said: “I never would have been President if it had not been for my experiences in North Dakota.” The United Tribes International Powwow named after Roosevelt covers 70,000 acres and is home to bison, prairie dogs, and elk.
  • The Petrified Forest is one of the largest in the US and can be reached only on foot or by horseback.
  • The International Peace Garden straddles North Dakota and Manitoba, Canada. More than 150,000 tourists visit each year and the only two floral designs that stay the same each year are the flags of America and Canada.
  • North Dakota boasts the Little Missouri National Grasslands and Sheyenne National Grasslands as well as Sully’s Hill National Game Preserve and, it claims, more national wildlife refuges than any other state.
  • The town of Rugby is the geographical centre of North America. A tall stone obelisk marks the spot.
  • The Lewis and Clark trail: Captain Meriwether Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark set out from St. Louis, Missouri, in 1804 at the behest of President Thomas Jefferson to find a land route to the Pacific Ocean. They entered North Dakota in the winter of 1804 and stayed at Fort Mandan (near Washburn). They followed the Missouri river to the Yellowstone (near Williston). The State Historical Society of North Dakota has marked 28 locations of significance to the Corps of Discovery including Lewis & Clark State Park.
  • The Enchanted Highway has huge “folk art” figures dotted along it. East of Dickinson, every few miles southbound from Interstate 94 brings you to metal sculptures, including a robot family, grasshoppers, pheasants and more. Watch for the giant geese flying over a setting sun on I-94 at the Gladstone exit.

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