Cheap Flights from New York to Miami International in 2019

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10+ direct flights per week to Miami International

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Flight information New York to Miami International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


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Average flight time, total distance 1105 miles

2h 53min

Most popular airline last month

American Airlines

Miami International

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Miami International: Miami International.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New York to Miami International is $71. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
2h 53min is the average flight time from New York to Miami International.
There are 9 airlines who fly non-stop from New York to Miami International.
There are 259 flights per week flying from New York to Miami International, as of October.

NYC is the critically acclaimed heart of the U.S., and this is clearly illustrated by it being the home of many major headquarters. The United Nations, Wall Street, the New York Stock Exchange, and a slew of globally famous universities (e.g. Rockefeller, Columbia, etc.) are just a few of the places that can be found in the Big Apple. Over 20 million people reside in the city’s Five Boroughs, which together create its $1.5 trillion GMP.

Miami offers a warm and relaxing (yet still bustling city atmosphere) retreat for residents up north; the iconic Florida city is 1,089 miles to the South of NYC. Regardless of what airport you choose to depart from, be prepared for delays. The average trip time is just over 3 hours, and flights from New York to Miami can be secured with Delta, US Airways, American, United, and Continental Airlines.

LaGuardia or JFK: the choice is yours

New Yorkers wishing to depart from the city proper have two choices: LaGuardia or John F. Kennedy International airports. Combined with New Jersey’s Newark Liberty, these airports make up the second busiest air traffic system on the planet. London is the only area that trumps the NYC metro with respect to total flight and passenger movements.

Both JFK International and LaGuardia are based in Queens (albeit on opposite sides of the city), but JFK commands double the annual flight traffic. In 2013 alone, the airport transported 50 million foreign and domestic passengers, compared to the 27 million processed through its sister airport. While LaGuardia is a lot less congested, its facility and passenger services/amenities are not as quite on par with those offered by JFK.

Enjoying your time in Miami

When you want to take a break from soaking up the rays on its many sandy beaches, feel free to dive into Miami’s upbeat nightlife. After a long day spent on the water, a day drive through Coral Gables will offer breathtaking views of extravagant residential architecture. This is arguably the wealthiest neighborhood in America, but it is neat and scenic nonetheless.

The local Fruit and Spice Park is another worthwhile attraction, as is the Wynwood Art Walk and Bayside Marketplace! Skyscanner wants you to have the time of your life in Magic City, so feel free to book cheap flights from New York to Miami any day out of the year!

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.