Cheap Plane Tickets to Miami Florida

The displayed fares were last found on: Thu | 17 October 09:03 PM(EST) . Fares are round trip.

  • ORDChicagoMon | 13 Jan
    MIAMiamiThu | 23 Jan
    $ 140.70
  • MCOOrlandoTue | 14 Jan
    MIAMiamiTue | 21 Jan
    $ 130.40
  • EWRNewarkTue | 14 Jan
    MIAMiamiWed | 22 Jan
    $ 99.50
  • PHLPhiladelphiaMon | 13 Jan
    MIAMiamiWed | 22 Jan
    $ 132.46
  • DTWDetroitWed | 15 Jan
    MIAMiamiSat | 25 Jan
    $ 140.70
  • ATLAtlantaMon | 13 Jan
    MIAMiamiTue | 21 Jan
    $ 80.96

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Cheapest Month to fly to Miami

Check the round-trip airfare to Miami trends by month to know the answer. We have taken one end point of your journey from each of the US time zones (Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time (HAT), Alaska Standard Time (AKT), Pacific Standard Time (PST), Mountain Standard Time (MST), Central Standard Time (CST) and Eastern Standard Time (EST). 

Honolulu to Miami Fare by Month

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Cheapest Month: January

Most Expensive Month: June, September

Alaska to Miami Fare by Month

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Cheapest Month from Alaska: March, September

Most Expensive Month from Alaska: December

Los Angeles to Miami Fare by Month

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Cheapest Month from LA: March, August

Most Expensive Month from LA: September, November

Denver to Miami Fare by Month

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Cheapest Month from Denver: January

Most Expensive Month from Denver: November

Chicago to Miami Fare by Month

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Cheapest Month from Chicago: December, January, February

Most Expensive Month from Chicago: March, April

New York to Miami Fare by Month*

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Cheapest Month from NY: June, October

Most Expensive Month from NY: May, November

Note: *Same time zone. Airfares to Miami searched on September 19, 2019 (8.00 AM EST)

Best time to book the cheapest flight to Miami

When planning a visit to Miami, book your flight within two to three months of a scheduled departure. Airlines often revise their fares by the mid-night and the same is made available to the travel consolidators as well. If you book your ticket after this threshold, but without much delay, you are likely to find more flight options to compare. 

Cheapest Airline to Fly to Miami

Spirit Airlines, Frontier and JetBlue Airways are the top budget airlines operating flights to Miami from different US locations. Check their availability on your flight route, and then availability of seats in their economy, premium economy, business class or first class flights. However, there are two things to mind. First, airfare rules and, second, OTP (On-Time-Performance). Cheap air tickets, irrespective of the class, are mostly restricted. 

Cheapest Day to Fly to Miami

Fly to Miami between Tuesdays to Thursdays. Miami is an amazing weekend getaway destination and making your travel day to clash with that of weekenders may cost you. Friday becomes the most expensive date to fly to Miami. Airlines make no mistake in capitalizing on the growing demand for air tickets after all, they are for a business. 

The airfare trend (searched on September 19, 2019) for flights from ORD to MIA with American Airlines (AA) from Monday to Sunday is displayed here confirms the claim.

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Which Airlines Fly to Miami?

Airline Category: Mainline/Major

IATA Code: UA

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 3 out of 5 

Airline Category: Mainline/Major

IATA Code: AA

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 3 out of 5

Airline Category: Mainline/Major

IATA Code: HA

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 5 out of 5

Airline Category: Mainline/Major

IATA Code: AS

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 4 out of 5 

Airline Category: Low Cost

IATA Code: NK

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 4 out of 5

Airline Category: Low Cost

IATA Code: B6*

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 3 out of 5 

Airline Category: Low Cost

IATA Code: F9

Types of Flight to MIA: Nonstop, One-Stop, Two-Stop

OTP (On-time-performance) rating: 2 out of 5 

Flights to Miami Flight Distance Flight Time Time Difference
HNL to MIA 4,862 miles (7825 km) 10 hours, 13 minutes MIA is 6 hours ahead
ANC to MIA 4,004 miles/6443 km 8 hours, 30 minutes MIA is 4 hours ahead
LAX to MIA 2,342 miles/3769 km 4 hours 26 minutes MIA is 3 hours ahead
DEN to MIA 1,709 miles/2750 km 3 hours 21 minutes MIA is 2 hours ahead
ORD to MIA 1,197 miles/1927 km 2 hours 33 minutes MIA is 1 hour ahead
JFK to MIA 1,090 miles/1754 km 2 hours 32 minutes No difference

Spring, that is, March to May is the best time to visit Miami. The average high temperature stays in the 80s°F (26 to 32°C), while the lower range stays in the mid-60s and the highs of 70s°F. This is also the time when the humidity stays at its lowest around 67-70%, and it’s also the direst time of Miami. Though the average number of rainfall days stays around 6 per month. All the factors contribute towards making it the best time to explore Miami, the Keys and Everglades around it. Spring is the peak tourism season, so to get low cost flights to Miami, consider booking tickets in advance.

Explained in Details with our Travel Guide: How to Find Cheap Flights

Miami and its suburbs sits on a plain between the Everglades to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east, which extends from Lake Okeechobee southward to Florida Bay. The average altitude of its territorial area is 6 ft (1.8 m) above sea level, and the highest is 40 ft (12 m). If like many travelers, you think that Miami Beach is part of Miami, you could be wrong. Miami Beach has its own municipality. Miami Beach is located on a barrier island east of Miami and Biscayne Bay. 

Miami International Airport (MIA)

The presence of Miami International Airport (MIA) and the all-round network of metro rail makes it easier for travelers to plan their trip and make the most of it. MIA is one of the busiest airports in the country and is also touted as its economic engine. The AirportLink that connects to the airport also witnesses a higher frequency in this southern state. An estimated 15, 000 passengers travel a day via this route.

Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (FLL)

It’s a Nearby Miami Airport 21 miles (34 kilometers) north of Miami. The airport is located in in Broward County, Florida. It has four terminals: Terminal 1 (Yellow Terminal), Terminal 2 (Red Terminal), Terminal 3 (Purple Terminal) and Terminal 4 (Green Terminal).

NOTE

First time fliers should take note of the airline’s guidelines regarding the list of items permitted or restricted in carry-on or checked-in baggage. This helps with a smooth airport screening and boarding. Check travel documents you need to prove your identity at the airport.

1. South Beach

Popularly known as “American Riviera” and the “Art Deco Playground,” South Beach has everything for everyone. Whether you are a 24-hour partier, love buzzing nightlife and amazing food, getting pampered at an opulent spa, or want to experience the perfect tranquility in the lap of pristine sand and azure sea, South Beach is all set to make your vacation unforgettable.If you have kids with you, don’t forget visit the Miami Children’s Museum. Unrestricted festivals and events like pro volleyball tournaments, Art Deco Weekend, art exhibitions and music shows are there to entertain them.

2. Ocean Drive

Caressing the Atlantic sea waves running parallel to its shoreline, this boulevard welcomes you with its dazzling hotels, club fronts and promising shopping malls. The best way to get acquainted with the place is to walk down the street — day or night the choice remains with you. If unrestricted parties and nightlife have made you tired, it’s best to resort to beach activities and spend time with yourself. Finding a hotel accommodation in Ocean Drive is a good option as that keeps you in the thick of things. However, the expertly decorated hotel accommodation, amenities, food and drink all come at a high price tag.

3. Haulover Beach Park

The beach makes its way to the numerous lists of top 10 nude or clothing-optional beaches in the world. Every year thousands of travellers head towards it to enjoy sunbathing on its spotlessly-clean and pristine sand beaches. The beach, which remains opens from sunrise to sunset all days, has its own website, where you can book hotels and seek guidance to fully explore its beauty. Travellers love visiting it because of its more laid-back option.

Dinning and Nightlife Scene in Miami

1. South Beach

Overly crowded with mega-clubs hosting international DJs, hip-hop artists and pop stars, South Beach is a must-go place for party lovers. From intimate luxury lounges to affordable funky cocktail bars, with plenty of options available at South Beach, a trip to Miami doesn’t mean breaking your bank.Places to Explore: LIV, Story, Icon, FDR, Hyde Beach, Rec Room, Wall, Bodega, Basement, Delano, Broken Shaker, Regent Cocktail Club, Sweet Liberty, Radio.

2. Wynwood and Midtown

Both neighbors complement each other well. If Wynwood is a hangout destination for devotees of art who believe in the laissez-faire doctrine, Midtown is home to career-oriented professionals. However, their ardent love for nightlife unites them well. Wynwood and Midtown feature premium to affordable beer gardens with open laidback options where you can relax and wander in fantasy with music of your choice doing the desired job.Places to Explore: Wynwood: Wood Tavern, Gramps, Wynwood Brewing Company, Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, Coyo Taco. Midtown: Bardot, Lagniappe House.

4. Downtown and Brickell

Separated by the Miami River, both neighboring cities are home to party lovers.From sports bars to chic hotel lobby bars – with unlimited nightlife options to revel in, one can witness a high footfall seven days and seven nights of the week. Downtown teases travellers with its after hour night clubs. Mary Brickell Village tops the list when it comes to weekend party thanks to the mushrooming night clubs and bars within a close circle.Places to Explore: Downtown: The Corner, E11EVEN, Space. Brickell: Blackbird Ordinary, El Tucan, Fado Irish Pub, Area 31, MO Bar & Lounge.

5. Coconut Grove

If you are a maverick and love breaking the convention, Coconut Grove is the perfect place for hangout. Located in close proximity to Biscayne Bay and Dinner Key Marina, the place provides an ultimate range of laidback waterfront bars, sports bars and laidback lounges. Adventure the aqua world with a sailboard or have a view of the pristine glittering bay sipping your favorite beverage. Being situated close to the University of Miami, the place is also frequented by college students looking for a nightlife options at an affordable price.Places to Explore: Barracuda, Monty’s, Sandbar Sports Grill, LoKal.

Miami is a heaven for shopping freaks. Whether you are looking for luxury designer boutiques, concept shops or outlet malls, everything is within a stone’s throw away distance. Some key malls or areas are discussed below

1. Design District

Sandwiched between Midtown and Wynwood, Design District has gained prominence in terms of offering luxury shopping experience in Miami. The place is home to multiple renowned stores like Marc by Marc Jacobs, Cartier, Emilio Pucci, Celine, Louis Vuitton and Hermes, to name a few.

2. Lincoln Road Mall

Located north of Collins Avenue, this outdoor shopping mall presents a great deal of shopping and dining options. The place is home to retailers, like Kiko, Urban Outfitters, Victoria’s Secret, Penguin, Gap, Banana Republic, Anthropologie, Athleta and more, and can fulfill all kinds of shopping needs from clothing and beauty to art, technology, books, stationary and a lot more. After shopping, relish the best cuisines of Flordia at Spris or other cafes.

3. BalHarbour

Being home to major designers like Chanel, Chloe, Gucci, Alexander McQueen and many more, BalHarbouris hyped as the luxury shopping center of Florida that offers unlimited season- and culture-oriented trendy merchandises. Making shopping a rewarding and convenient affair, the mall presents shopping avenues like Specialty Department Stores, Women’s Fashions, Men’s / Women’s Fashions, Men’s Fashions, Shoes, Bags & Leather Goods, Jewelry, Children’s Wear, Books, Gifts & Home, to name a few. You can also explore and book restaurants of your choice.

4. Bayside Marketplace

If you want to find authentic Latin Food, great live music and the best of the brands’ stores, Bayside Marketplace is the place for you. This two-story open air shopping center located in downtown Miami has been rated as the number one attractions in Miami by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitor’s Bureau. You can shop everything to your heart’s content. Experience entertainment, mouth-watering seaside food, and great music at this popular shopping place in Miami. With everything at one place, you can spend as much time as you want. 

Note: Departure, arrival, flight distance and flight time information is for reference purposes and may vary.