Flights from London to Miami

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London to Miami

  • £255 was the cheapest return price from London to Miami last month
  • The most popular airline flying from London to Miami last month was American Airlines
  • Miami is served by 3 airports. These are Fort Lauderdale International, Miami International, Miami SPB.
  • London to Miami is 4,431 miles
  • The average flight time from London to Miami is 9h 20min
  • 7 airlines fly direct from London to Miami
  • There are 49 flights a week from London to Miami

Flights from London to Miami

This information is correct as of September 2015

Airlines that fly from London to Miami

Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines and British Airways fly direct to Miami from London-Heathrow. Indirect flights are available from Delta and United, with stopovers in other American airports like Atlanta and New York-JFK. You can also fly with Lufthansa with a layover in Frankfurt.

Terminal Information – Departing

Flights to Miami leave from terminals 3 and 5. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout Heathrow Airport. If you need a more powerful connection you can upgrade to pay-as-you go, or book into one of the luxurious executive lounges. There are two lounges in Terminal 3: Servisair and No.1 Traveller. Terminal 5 has an Aspire Lounge. Each one offers complimentary food, drink and Wi-Fi. Terminal 3's No.1 lounge also has a spa, showers and bedrooms, while the Aspire lounge has a spa and a quiet zone.

Terminal 5 is British Airways exclusive terminal (although Iberia sometimes use it too). It offers a wide range of luxury shops and restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay's Plane Food eatery. Terminal 3 also has plenty of high-end stores, with the likes of Alexander McQueen and Chanel if you fancy a spot of window shopping. There are plenty of places to grab a coffee and a bite, whichever terminal you're leaving from.

Remember: this information is a guideline only. Always check your boarding card to find out which terminal you'll be leaving from. Terminals 4 and 5 have separate stops on the Piccadilly Line and Heathrow Express, so it's important to confirm your terminal before you arrive at the airport.

Terminal Information – Arriving

The MIA Mover electric train runs between the car parks opposite the arrivals area, and goes to Central Station. From here you can catch public transport using MetroBus and MetroRail, and it's also where you can pick up your rental car. If you're considering hiring a car, remember to compare prices with Skyscanner first: it's the easiest way to save money.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly to Miami. Make sure it's valid for your entire stay. Depending on how long you're visiting for, and your reason for visiting, you might need to contact your local American consulate to organise a visa. Under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP) you won't need a visa if you're visiting for a holiday of less than 90 days.

What to expect in Miami

Miami is five hours behind London, and the currency is the US Dollar ($). Miami is generally cheaper than London, and you can get a three course meal for two for less than £40. The weather is pleasant throughout the year. It can be really hot in summer, when the average temperature is 28°C. Even in the coldest month, January, the average temperature is a lovely 20°C

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