DEMORAS AEROPORTUARIAS

Edinburgh, Scotland () 1 h 6 min1 h 6 min
Guangzhou, Guangdong () 54 min54 min
Rome () 29 min29 min
Dusseldorf () 28 min28 min
Beijing () 27 min27 min
Milan () 26 min26 min
Barcelona () 26 min26 min
Hanover () 26 min26 min
Washington, DC ()
Parcialmente nublado
Vientos calmos
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Atlanta, GA ()
Parcialmente nublado
Vientos suaves
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Chicago, IL ()
Parcialmente nublado
Vientos suaves
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Los Angeles, CA ()
Parcialmente nublado
Vientos suaves
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Dallas-Fort Worth, TX ()
Parcialmente nublado
Vientos suaves
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