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Cheap Flights from Miami International to Chicago in 2019

Flight information Miami International to Chicago

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$100

Non-stop airlines

5

Flights per week

87

Average flight time, total distance 1207 miles

3h 10min

Most popular airline last month

American Airlines

Chicago O'Hare International, Chicago Pal-Waukee, Chicago Dupage County, Chicago Midway and others

5 airports

Miami International to Chicago

If you look at the weather they experience, these two cities could not be more different. Miami gets hot early in the year and stays that way, lending tropical flair and promoting an easygoing, laid-back attitude on the part of denizens. Chicago is brisk and oh-so-windy; perhaps the fast pace at which life moves here is a mere result of folks' effort to warm themselves with activity. Regardless of the reasons for this difference, many delights await the Floridian who ventures to this hub of Midwestern culture.

American Airlines offers non-stop flights from Terminals D, E, G and H of Miami International Airport to Chicago. Terminal D is lengthy, so you may have to allow for the additional time necessary to trek to your departure gate.

Miami's airport features many amenities to ease your travel. Relax before your flight with a spa treatment, or practice your Downward Dog in the dedicated Yoga room. Expectant mothers can take advantage of a convenient nursing suite while those dependent on service animals have a pet relief center at hand to keep their animal happy and avoid a mess.

Arriving in Chicago

One of the advantages to visiting Chicago from Miami is that it provides a soothingly chill respite from the overly hot weather that Florida is known for. Think of the sweltering heat back home while enjoying copious amounts of refreshing breezes in the "Windy City".

Cuisine in Chicago is sure to make an impression. Chicago dogs are known all over the country, so try the real thing while you're here. See for yourself the appeal of Chicago deep-dish pizza and discover why it is such a close competitor with the thin-crust New York style.

Chicago is the birthplace of skyscrapers. Experience history up close and first-hand by gazing upon the revolutionary facades of iconic early constructions by Louis Sullivan, William LeBaron Jenney and the rest of the Chicago School. Chicago boasts a veritable timeline of architectural history, as an observer can pinpoint buildings dating from practically every decade of the 20th century.

Be sure to utilize the second-largest transportation system in the U.S. Whether you travel by bus or by the light rail know as the "L", the CTA can get you anywhere you need to be within the city limits.

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