Cheap Flights from Miami International to Paris in 2019
Flight information Miami International to Paris
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 4574 miles
Most popular airline last month
Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais
What To Expect While Flying This Route
Flying from Miami International Airport to Paris is extremely popular, and you’ll be able to have your pick of airlines and flight types while planning your trip. British Airways, Finnair, SAS, Iberia, TAP Portugal, and WOW air serve this flight route.
Flying to Paris typically requires a layover or two, though there are nonstop flights if you’re willing to hunt them down. With the average number of layovers, expect for the trip to take at least 15 hours. If you fly nonstop, you’ll still need about 9 hours to make it to Paris.
Like with many transatlantic international flights, there are often departure and arrival delays which can be caused by air traffic, weather, or security concerns, so buckle in for a long ride.
Be sure to check out the best prices for this route on Skyscanner, as the costs of flying from Miami to Paris tend to fluctuate wildly depending on your booking provider.
When you depart from Miami International Airport, your flight will leave from Concourse E in the Central Terminal. The Miami International Airport is ultra-modern and well-managed, meaning that you’ll be able to easily navigate it. You’ll also be able to pick from a huge number of eating and shopping options, all of which should be affordable and not too busy.
The Miami International Airport has quite a few passenger amenities, so killing time there will be a snap. You’ll be able to charge your devices, use free WiFi, and wash up with ease.
Arriving In Paris
Most flights from Miami will land at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport, one of France’s largest. A small number of flights will land at Orly Airport, though this is becoming less common as of mid-2017.
The Charles de Gaulle Airport is a typical well-designed and well-operated European airport, meaning that you’ll have access to a bevy of transit options after landing. It’ll be easy to navigate the Charles de Gaulle Airport, as most signs are in English as well as French.
Upon landing, you’ll likely find yourself in Terminal 2.
Paris is one of the world’s major tourist destinations and boasts a rich history of art, cuisine, culture, and internationality that few other cities can trump. Paris has a continental climate and a well-functioning public transit system which includes subways, buses, and connections to the European railway system. Paris is accustomed to being a tourist destination, so you should find it easy to navigate.
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