Cheap Flights from Miami International to New York in 2019
Flight information Miami International to New York
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Average flight time, total distance 1105 miles
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New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International
Flights from Miami to New York: Frequently Asked QuestionsHow Much Does it Cost to Fly from Miami to New York?
Depending on the season and time of day you travel this route, Skyscanner can help you find cheap round-trip airline tickets for as little as $102. Check out our article 7 Secrets of Finding the Best Low Cost Flights to learn how to properly research cheap flights. To ensure you are getting the best possible deal, use the flight booking tool to research and purchase your airfare. If you are flying this route during the holidays, check out the Black Friday deals page where you can find special pricing on some of the most popular holiday destinations.
What is the Cost of Living Difference Between Miami and New York?
When traveling to New York from Miami, you should account for a cost of living increase of as much as 17% depending on where you stay and what you do while visiting The Big Apple.
When Should I Fly from Miami to New York?
To take advantage of the best airfare rates and avoid the summer tourist crowds, it is best to fly to New York between September and January. Be prepared to bundle up if you fly up to New York in the winter, as the average daytime temperature can hover around 25°F. If your travel plans are flexible, book a night-time flight to get the best possible deal.
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What New York Airports Can I Fly to from Miami International Airport?
New York has several airports located all throughout the state. The main airports you can fly directly to from Miami International Airport are Newark Airport (EWR), John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). Be flexible when planning the airport to land at so you can maximize your savings.
If you’re flying from the balmy waterfront of Miami to bustling New York City, Skyscanner is here with the best tips to make sure you know all the best options for your trip up the East Coast.
Airline and flight route options
Flights from Miami International airport connect to New York City at either of the three airports in the greater NYC area: JFK, La Guardia and Newark Liberty International. There are numerous options for direct flights, with an average journey time of 2 hours and 55 minutes. Flights between Miami and JFK are run by Delta and American Airlines, which also fly between Miami and La Guardia. The route from Miami to La Guardia is also covered daily by Frontier Airlines. Finally, United and American connect Miami to Newark. Flights with connections are also available through these and other national and international airlines.
What to expect at Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport has three main terminals, the North, Central and South Terminal. Check the terminal map to determine which terminal your flight will leave from, since that will depend on which airline you choose to travel with. Parking for the North terminal is in the Dolphin Garage, while parking for the Central and South Terminals is found in the Flamingo Garage or South Lot. If you park in one of these lots, it’s a good idea to stamp your parking ticket before entering the airport, as it will record the garage, level and aisle where your car is parked, so you can remember where it is when you return. While you are allowed to be dropped off at your terminal curb, unattended cars are not allowed to wait at the curbside, and will be towed, so make sure that your car is parked in the correct location if you want to leave it for a longer time. More information on parking fees and locations, as well as the valet service are available on the airport website.
Once in the airport, the skyride on level 3 will connect you between terminals and the parking garages. Miami airport also has an official App that you can download from their website to keep you updated on your flight information, plus anything you might want to know about shopping and dining.
Make sure you bring a passport or other form of government issued photographic ID to the airport – you’ll need it to be allowed through security and onto your flight. Driver’s licenses are also permitted for domestic flights within the US, but do check the official TSA website if you have any questions about acceptable forms of ID, travelling with children, or any other matters of security.
What to Expect in NY
No matter which airport you fly into in NYC, you’re guaranteed to be well-connected to whichever transport options you might require. All three airports are linked by public transportation to both the city and surrounding areas via bus, train and metro. If you’re landing in either JFK or La Guardia and staying within NYC, you may want to consider one of these methods to get to your destination, since both airports are on Long Island, and you might therefore run into some city traffic jams, especially if you’re arriving during rush hour. Newark Liberty is located just offshore (or onshore, technically) in Newark, NJ and is within sight of the Manhattan skyline as well as an easy travel time to the city. If you’re continuing farther afield, train connections provided by AmTrak connect New York to the other major cities on the East Coast, and buses can take you into surrounding states as well. Taxi and car rentals are available in all three airports, and if you’re interested in renting a car, Skyscanner’s NYC car rental page can help you find the best option for you!
Time Zone and Climate
Miami and New York City are both in the Eastern Time Zone. New York has much greater climatic variation than Miami, whose tropical climate remains hot and muggy through most of the year, and is only broken by a brief, dry, but warm winter. New York, while also located coastally, experiences four distinct seasons, with hot summers, cold winters, and warm springs and autumns as the temperature transitions. While Miami’s high temperatures only range on average from highs of 76°F in winter, to 91°F in summer, New York has averages highs in the mid-80s in summer and wintertime highs ranging in the upper 30s and low 40s, with overnight lows dropping to temperatures between 26°F and 32°F in winter months. Precipitation in New York is relatively evenly spread throughout the year.
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