Flights from Miami (MIA) to New York (NYC)

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$64RT including taxes
Feb 07 2018 Feb 11 2018
4 nights
Miami International (MIA) to New York (LGA)
Flying with: Frontier Airlines
$72RT including taxes
Jan 27 2018 Jan 30 2018
3 nights
Miami International (MIA) to New York (NYC)
Flying with: United Airlines
$75RT including taxes
Jan 23 2018 Jan 29 2018
6 nights
Miami International (MIA) to New York (LGA)
$86RT including taxes
Dec 04 2017 Dec 11 2017
7 nights
Miami International (MIA) to New York (NYC)

Travel information for Miami to New York

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Number of flight deals forMiami to New York272
Cheapest flight forMiami to New York$64
Average flight deal forMiami to New York$513
Flight time forMiami to New York2 hrs 56 mins
Miami to New Yorkonly 1091 miles

How much do things cost in New York and Miami?

Miami is 13% cheaper than New York
3 course meal for 2
Miami
$70.00
New York
$80.00
Large bottle of water
Miami
$1.75
New York
$2.33
Local draught beer (0.5 liter)
Miami
$5.00
New York
$7.00
Taxi - fixed fee
Miami
$2.95
New York
$2.50
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Additional useful information for New York

The bright lights of the "Big Apple" beckon visitors from around the world to experience Broadway shows, gourmet dining and some of the best shopping in the country. From towering skyscrapers to the peaceful calm of Central Park, New York offers a one-of-a-kind vacation for just about every traveler. Daily service to Miami, both direct and with layovers, is available for your exciting trip to New York.

How long is the flight from Miami to New York City?
The flight from Miami, FL, to New York City takes just under three hours if you've booked a nonstop flight. A layover or two can add as much as seven hours or more to your travel time.

Which airlines operate flights from Miami to New York City?
Multiple major airlines offer flights from Miami to New York, and many offer several departure times. Carriers that fly to New York include jetBlue, American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta.

How frequent are flights between Miami and New York City?
Flights between Miami and New York City run fairly frequently as both cities are vacation destinations and also busy with business travel. Departure times range from early morning take-offs to options available later in the day.

Which airports serve Miami to New York City?
The majority of air travel from Miami originates from Miami International Airport, although Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is located a short 45 minute drive north of the city, and many Miami-based travelers begin their travels from there. Three major airports serve the New York Metropolitan area: LaGuardia, in north Queens, JFK International Airport, in south Queens, and Newark Liberty Airport, in nearby New Jersey. Research your airports before you book your flight, so you get an idea of how much time you'll need to get to the airport, where to go once you make it through security and arranging ground transportation at your final destination.

Which direct flight route between Miami and New York City is cheapest?
The cheapest direct flight route between Miami and New York is from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to LaGuardia Airport. The savings is minimal, however, when compared to similar routes from Miami International Airport to Newark Liberty International Airport. If you're looking to save time and money on gas, consider booking a fare directly from Miami International Airport depending upon where you are driving in from.

While both New York City and Miami are major metropolitan cities featuring thriving populations, the similarities end there. Miami features a mild subtropical climate that offers moderate temperatures all year long, while New York experiences all four seasons from snow to warm, humid summers. Spring and fall travel to New York offers a welcome respite from the high temperatures of Florida, making it an ideal time to visit Manhattan and the surrounding Burroughs. Whereas Miami is home to multiple spicy Cuban and Latin-American inspired eateries, New York offers visitors everything from kitchen-style Italian diners to high-end gourmet enclaves frequented by the rich and powerful and everything in between.

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Facts and figures about flying from Miami to New York

  • A delay of 41 mins is common when flying from Miami to New York
  • The smallest plane flying between Miami and New York is the Boeing 737-800 (winglets)
  • Traveling between Miami and New York typically provides 2208 seats for passengers on a daily basis
  • When traveling between Miami and New York, the most commonly used aircraft is a Boeing 757 Mixed
  • The Boeing 747-400 (Domestic) is the largest aircraft operating flights between Miami and New York
  • American Airlines Inc. operates 184 flights a week from Miami to New York
  • Diversions are not a regular occurrence on flights between Miami and New York
  • Charlotte/Douglas International is the most commonly used connection for flights between Miami and New York
  • The standard cancellation rate when flying from Miami to New York is 0.7 percent

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