Flights from Miami (MIA) to Havana (HAV)

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Miami International (MIA) to Havana (HAV)
 Depart 20 May 16
 Return 22 May 16

Flying with ABC Aerolineas S.A. de C.V.

Price subject to availability

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      Travel information for Miami to Havana

      Photo of Havana   Havana
      Number of flight deals forMiami to Havana61
      Cheapest ticket price forMiami to Havana$432
      Average deal price forMiami to Havana$675
      Miami to Havana225 miles

       How much do things cost in Havana and Miami?

      • Miami is 60% more expensive than Havana
      Miami Havana
      Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter)$2.12$1.27
      Imported beer (0.33 liter)$5.88$1.50
      Bottle of wine$13.00$4.50
      Pair of Nike shoes$71.71$79.50

        Facts and figures about flying from Miami to Havana

      • There are 160 daily seats available for flights between Miami and Havana
      • Diversions are not a regular occurrence on flights between Miami and Havana
      • Between Miami and Havana, flights are not likely to be cancelled
      • Between Miami and Havana, flights are unlikely to be delayed
      • From Miami to Havana, American Airlines Inc. operates 28 flights a week
      • The majority of flights between Miami and Havana are completed by a Boeing 737-800 (winglets)