Cheap flights to North Dakota

BOS — FAR
22 May — 29 May1
Return
1 adult
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How long is the flight to North Dakota?

Flights from Brisbane (BNE) to Fargo (FAR), North Dakota, can take anywhere from 31 to 55 hours, depending on the airline you choose and the number and duration of stops along the way. Those travelling from Sydney (SYD) and Melbourne (MEL) may be able to find North Dakota flight deals with lower transit times. Airlines like United can get you to Fargo in as little as 22 to 26 hours from both cities. Flights to North Dakota, US from Perth (PER), Western Australia tend to take the longest, with an average of around 39 hours and three stops along the way. While flights from the east coast of Australia generally include stops in the US along the way, flights from the west coast often route through Europe.

Where can you get direct flights to North Dakota from?

Unfortunately, there are currently no airlines offering direct flights to North Dakota from any Australian city. However, you can find plenty of cheap flights to the US that feature just two stops along the way before you reach North Dakota. Whether you depart from Brisbane, Sydney, or Melbourne, you will find flights operated by United Airlines that head straight to the US from Australia, stopping in cities including Los Angeles (LAX), Denver (DEN), and Chicago (ORD) before touching down in Fargo, North Dakota. United often partner with Air New Zealand, and if you take one of these flight deals, your trip may include a stop in Auckland (AKL).

What is the best way to travel around North Dakota?

With more than 183,000 km2 to explore, a rental vehicle is a fantastic way to get the most out of your time in North Dakota. Although you will find taxis and buses in Fargo, if you wish to venture outside the bounds of the city, a car will give you endless options and the freedom to set your own itinerary. Vehicles can be rented from Fargo Hector International Airport (FAR). However, it’s worth booking online in advance to ensure the vehicle type you want is available at the airport. This is also a great way to secure a good deal on your North Dakota car rental.

What are some things to do in North Dakota?

North Dakota is an ideal destination for those who like to venture away from the well-trodden tourist paths and into the great unknown. This US state features plenty of wilderness to explore, with national parks like Beaver Lake State Park (near Napoleon), Cross Ranch State Park (near Washburn), and Fort Ransom State Park (near Ransom), to name but a few. Sheyenne River and Lake Metigoshe offer plenty of opportunities for camping and canoeing, while the Lewis & Clark trail is an excellent spot for hiking and fossicking for fossils. This sparsely populated state also offers plenty of scenic drives, with long stretches of road winding through the wilderness. From Fargo, driving east to Wilston via Bismark, Medor, and Waterford City will take you through some of the state’s most stunning scenery.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to North Dakota?

Australian citizens flying to North Dakota will require a passport with six months’ validity and an empty visa page. Visits of less than 90 days are usually eligible for the US visa waiver program. Known as an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization), this can be applied for online. Though approval is generally swift, it’s worth applying in advance as the ESTA will be valid for two years. If you don’t meet the parameters for an ESTA, contact your nearest US embassy or consulate regarding your visa options.

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