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The above table displays round-trip flights from Miami to Los Angeles with fares. Fares are dynamic and, hence, are non-warranted until ticketed with a successful payment transaction. The airfares are inclusive of base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airport taxes, and our service fee.
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Airports in Miami
Miami International Airport (MIA)
Miami International Airport (IATA: MIA, ICAO: KMIA), also known as MIA, is located 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Downtown Miami, in metropolitan Miami. MIA handles over 1,000 daily flights to 167 domestic and International destinations. Miami has flights to LAX with American Airlines, United Airlines and Frontier Airlines, all leading flagship carriers. On this route, American Airlines offers three types of fare: Basic Economy, Main Cabin, and First.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (IATA: FLL, FAA LID: FLL) is in Broward County, Florida, United States. The airport is three miles (5 km) southwest of downtown Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles (34 kilometers) north of Miami. JetBlue Airways operate nonstop flights to LAX. Spirit and Frontier Airlines also operate but mostly flights with a stop or two
Airports in Los Angeles
Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX / KLAX) is 19 miles from Los Angeles, CA south of the Westchester district. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, the airport handled 28,758,400 domestic and international passengers in 2018. Nonstop and connecting flights from Miami has LAX as their arrival airport.
Bob Hope Airport (BUR / KBUR)
BUR is 17 miles from the center of Los Angeles, CA. This airport has domestic flights from Burbank, California. BUR has two terminals, A and B. Terminal A has nine gates numbered A1 to A9, and Terminal B has five gates numbered B1 to B5. Only connecting flights from MIA or FLL arrive at this airport.
Long Beach Airport (LGB / KLGB)
Long Beach Airport (LGB / KLGB) has domestic flights from Long Beach, California and is 23 miles from Los Angeles, CA. It has three runways and six helipads. Prominent airlines include JetBlue Airways, American Eagle, Delta Connection, Hawaiian Airlines, and Southwest Airlines. Only connecting flights operate from Miami to LGB, Los Angeles.
LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT / KONT)
LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT / KONT) has international and domestic flights from Ontario, California, and is 40 miles from Los Angeles, CA. United Airlines and American Airlines have their arrivals from MIA. Mostly the flights from Miami are connecting.
How Much Time Does a Flight from Miami to Los Angeles Take?
The flight time from Miami to Los Angeles is based on assumption that the speed of the aircraft is 500 miles/hour or 804.67 km/hour.
|Flight||Flight Distance||Flight Time|
|MIA to LAX||2,339 miles/3764 km||5 hours 04 minutes|
|MIA to BUR||2,399 miles/3764 km||5 hours 04 minutes|
|FLL to LAX||2,343 miles/3770 km||5 hours 08 minutes|
|MIA to LGB||2,327 miles/3745 km||5 hours 09 minutes|
|MIA to ONT||2,296 miles/3696 km||5 hours 06 minutes|
Note: Los Angeles is three hours behind Miami.
How to Book Cheap Flights from Miami to Los Angeles?
Some fundamental yet effective flight booking tips can help you to save big on your airline ticket purchase.
1. Go for offseason ticketing
Summer, from June through August, marks the low tourist season in Los Angeles. The city witnesses hot and humid climatic conditions. Temperature soars to mid 80°F (26.7°C) and tourists flock to the ocean making it crowded and uncomfortable. If entertainment and fun is on your mind, this could be the best time. Summer in Los Angeles welcomes many entertainment and food-oriented festivals like Coachella, Stagecoach Festival, and Lightning in a Bottle.
2. Go for midweek flight
Weekday flights are cheaper than weekend flights. If yours is an extended vacation, book a trip that departs on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Los Angeles is one of the prominent weekend destinations and it receives a good crowd comprising locals and international guests.
3. Go for a red-eye flight
Taking a redeye flight to Los Angeles from Miami is a good idea to beat the competition and price. Look for flights departing late night from MIA or FLL. Los Angles is three hour behind Florida. If you board a flight between 9 pm to 12 mid night from Miami you are likely to reach between 5 to 8 am in Los Angeles. So, you have a whole day to explore Los Angeles.