Flights from Lubbock (LBB) to Miami (MIA)

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      Lubbock (LBB) to Orlando (MCO)
       Depart 23 Mar 15
       Return 07 Apr 15

      Flying with United Airlines

      Price subject to availability

      Lubbock (LBB) to Tampa (TPA)
       Depart 06 May 15
       Return 13 May 15

      Flying with United Airlines

      Price subject to availability


      Travel information for Lubbock to Miami

      Photo of Miami   Miami
      Lubbock to Miamionly 1404 miles
      Here is an alternative departure airport for Lubbock
      • Only 90.2 miles separate Lubbock from Clovis (CVN)

       How much do things cost in Miami and Lubbock?

      • Lubbock is 15% cheaper than Miami
      Lubbock Miami
      Cheap meal$10.00$15.00
      Imported beer (0.33 liter)$5.00$5.50
      Cinema ticket$9.25$12.00

        Facts and figures about flying from Lubbock to Miami

      • The average delay time for flights between Lubbock and Miami is 23 mins
      • On average, flights from Lubbock to Miami are cancelled 3.1% of the time
      • Dallas/Fort Worth International is the most commonly used connection for flights between Lubbock and Miami
      • Between Lubbock and Miami American Eagle, Inc. operates 224 flights per week
      • The percent of flights delayed between Lubbock and Miami is 10 percent
      • The most popular aircraft flying between Lubbock and Miami is an Embraer ERJ 135/ERJ 140/ERJ 145
      • Flights between Lubbock and Miami are rarely subject to diversions