The listed NYC to Miami airfares is for a round-trip. Fares are based on historical trend (Date and Time mentioned) and are likely to change, and hence, are non-guaranteed. The fares are inclusive of base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airport taxes, and our service fee. Use the booking engine to find the latest low-cost cheap flights to Miami from NYC.
Search cheap flights to Miami from New York. Customize the travel itinerary as round-trip, one-way or multi-city as per your travel plan. It’s important to take note of the departure and arrival timings along with time difference between the departure and arrival cities.Try to get nonstop NYC to Miami flights. Perhaps, you can find it easily from all US airports including John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK / KJFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR / KEWR), and LaGuardia Airport (LGA/ICAO), Orlando International Airport, to name a few. In case of unavailability of a nonstop flight, you may book a connecting flight. Talk to our travel expert to find the best New York to Miami flights, where you have to spend less time at your layover airport.
1. Economy class fare from NYC to Miami
Buy economy class flight ticket from NYC to Miami with American Airlines, Alaska Airlines or United Airlines. We have shown economy class airfare with these airlines in our fare table. You may also find the latest economy fare using our flight booking engine. Airlines may offer three choices: Basic Economy, Economy, and Economy (Flexible).
2. Premium economy class fare from NYC to Miami
Premium economy class is available with American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. United Airlines doesn’t have the premium economy.
3. Business class fare from NYC to Miami
No airlines operate business class flight from NYC to Miami from or to any of the airports.
4. First class fare from NYC to Miami
You may find first class flights to Miami from NYC with American Airlines, Alaska Airlines or United Airlines. Select cabin-type – First in our flight booking engine to get started with the first class flight search.
1. John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK / KJFK)
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK / KJFK) is 13 miles from NYC. The airport has international and domestic flights from New York. The airport ranks as the 22nd-busiest airport in the world and the sixth-busiest airport in the United States. It is a major hub for American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and JetBlue Airways.
2. Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR / KEWR)
Located in the U.S. state of New Jersey, EWR is one of the major airports of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The airport has international and domestic flights from Newark, New Jersey. EWR is situated 23 miles from NYC. The airport is a hub for FedEx Express and United Airlines.
3. LaGuardia Airport (LGA/ICAO)
LaGuardia Airport sits in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens in the United States. If you’re booking a flight, check the airlines serving LGA. You can book international and domestic flights at LaGuardia Airport. The airport is a hub for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines. However, if you are looking for a nonstop flight to London from NYC, you are likely to get disappointed. Currently, no nonstop flights take off from LGA to London. Only connecting flights with a layover at Montreal – YUL, Toronto – YYZ and other locations are available.
1. Miami International Airport (MIA)
The nearest major airport is Miami International Airport (MIA / KMIA). A 13 miles drive from the center of Miami takes you to the airport. This airport has international and domestic flights. MIA has three terminals as follows: North Terminal, Central Terminal and South Terminal. Popular airlines taking off or arriving at the airport are American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia and Qatar Airways.
2. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
Three miles (5 km) southwest of downtown Fort Lauderdale takes you to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). The airport is situated in Broward County and is easily accessible with Interstate 595, U.S. Route 1, Florida State Road A1A, and Florida State Road 5. There are four terminals, viz., Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 4. It’s a major hub for Silver Airways, Spirit Airlines, IBC Airways, and Tropic Ocean Airways.
A nonstop flight takes around 3 hours to reach Miami from NYC. In the table below, we have mentioned the flight distance between some popular departure and arrival airports and the time you will spend on the flight on your way to NYC to Miami.
|Flight||Flight Distance||Flight Time|
|JFK to MIA||1,090 miles/1754 km||2 hours 32 minutes|
|EWR to MIA||1,085 miles/1746 km||2 hours 32 minutes|
|JFK to FLL||1,069 miles/1720 km||2 hours 31 minutes|
|EWR to FLL||1,064 miles/1713 km||2 hours 30 minutes|
|LGA to MIA||1,096 miles/1764 km||2 hours 32 minutes|
|LGA to FLL||1,075 miles/1713 km||2 hours 30 minutes|
Note: The flight distance and time are for a nonstop flight (excluding any layover). The actual distance and time might vary, and are non-warranted. Check with your airlines to know precise information.
Time is an essential factor when it comes to booking a cheap flight. Here are things to mind.
1. Go for offseason ticketing
Every destination has three tourism seasons: High season, low season and shoulder season. Weather-wise, June through August (summer) is the high season, September through February is the low season, while March to May is the shoulder season. If you are looking for the cheapest flight and hotel rental, plan your Miami holiday between September and February. There is a strong possibility of you getting a business class flight ticket at the cost of a premium economy flight ticket. However, delaying your vacation until March and April means getting the best of both worlds – affordable fares and a great season to explore Miami’s top attractions.
2. Go for mid-week flight tickets
Schedule your New York to Miami trip on Wednesday or Thursday. A significant fare drop can be observed across the weekdays, which becomes more noticeable during the mid-week.
3. Go for the best time
A flight ticket with a plane departing before 8:30 Am or after 9 PM comes at a lower rate than a flight ticket with a plane departing between the standard 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM slot. The more you delay your departure in the night, the cheaper it becomes. Consider traveling with a red-eye flight to reduce your travel budget.
4. Avoid Clashing your Dates with Events/Festivals
Airfares to Miami are bound to go up with the increase in the demand for flight ticket, which is standard in the run-up to New Year, President’s Day, Valentine Day, Fourth of July, and so on.