Cheap Flights from Miami International to New York
Flight information Miami International to New York
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average flight time from Miami International to New York, total distance 1105 miles
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New York John F. Kennedy, New York Newark, New York LaGuardia and Stewart International
This information is correct as of March 2016
Airlines flying from Miami to New York
Direct flights from Miami to New York are operated by American Airlines, Frontier, Delta, and United. American Airlines fly into John F. Kennedy Airport, LaGuardia or New York Newark Airport. Frontier fly into LaGuardia Airport, Delta fly to LaGuardia or John F. Kennedy Airport and United fly into Newark Airport.
Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport has three terminals, North, Central and South. American Airlines flights to New York depart from the North Terminal, United and Frontier depart from the Central Terminal and Delta flights depart from the South Terminal.
Each terminal has a selection of shops and places to eat, with the South terminal having one of the better shopping experiences in the airport. You will see brands such as L'Occitane, Books 4 Travel, Tim 4 Shades, and Bead Factory. There’s a great choice when it comes to dining with Café Versailles, Quiznos, the Heineken Bar and others all available.
Wi-Fi is available in the airport though the free service is limited, you can upgrade for $7.95 for 24 hours.
New York John F. Kennedy Airport
There are six terminals at John F. Kennedy Airport. American Airlines flights from Miami arrive into Terminal 8, Delta’s flights arrive into Terminal 2.
The Airport is 12 miles south of Manhattan which you can reach by train, car rental, bus or taxi. The AirTrain shuttle service connects the terminals, car parks, hotel shuttles, the LIRR train line and the Central Terminal Area.
Buses depart from the Central Terminal Area with most stopping at subway stations if you wish to make a connection with Lines A, E, J and Z. For those who don't wish to navigate public transport, taxis may be the easiest option, leaving from stands outside the terminals. Taxis charge a flat fare of $52 to Manhattan plus tips, tax and tolls (approximately $11.50 in total).
New York Newark Airport
American Airlines flights arrive into Terminal A, United Airlines flights arrive into Terminal C. The terminals are connected by a shuttle train, which also runs to the New Liberty International Airport Station. From here you can get information about connecting services to New York and New Jersey. You will also find bus services here which run to key points within New York such as the Port Authority Bus Station, and Grand Central Bus Terminal.
A fare from Newark Airport to New York City will cost anywhere between $50 and $70 depending on where you are travelling to. You will also be required to pay tolls on top of this.
New York LaGuardia Airport
American Airlines and Frontier flights to LaGuardia Airport arrive into Terminal B, Delta flights arrive into Terminal D.
To travel from LaGuardia Airport to New York City your transport options are limited to taxi, car rental or the NYC Airporter Bus. Although the bus is considered to be the cheapest option many opt for the convenience of a taxi. A single fare will cost $25-40 plus a customary tip and any tolls.
What to expect in New York
New York is known to be an expensive city, so it will not come as a surprise that many of the costs you will face in New York cost anywhere from 20-50% higher than what you’d normally pay in Miami. A meal for two will set you back at least $80.
There is no time difference between Miami and New York.
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