Cheap Flights from Miami International to Orlando (MIA - ORL)
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Flight information Miami International to Orlando
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Average flight time, total distance 203 miles
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Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from Miami to Orlando
Delta, Silver Airways and Spirit Airlines all provide direct flights from Miami to Orlando. Silver Airways and Spirit Airlines both depart from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport whilst Delta flights depart from Miami International Airport. All flights for these airlines arrive to Orlando International Airport.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is located 21 miles north of Miami. There are four terminals at the airport. Silver Airways flights depart from Terminal 1 and Spirit Airlines flights depart from Terminal 4. The airport advises passengers on domestic flights to arrive at least an hour before their scheduled flight departure time.
The airport offers a great range of facilities for passengers. There’s free and unlimited Wi-Fi available throughout all terminal buildings. In Terminal 1, you’ll find Shula Burger restaurant, Urban Market where you can get a bite to eat on the run, Pronto Mercato which serves gourmet sandwiches and wraps and Starbucks for coffee and snacks. You’ll also find a variety of shops selling newspapers, books, snacks, toys, travel electronics and souvenirs. Over at Terminal 4 there’s a similar selection of international cuisine available from food and drink outlets and a duty free store as well as news kiosks and a clothes store.
Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport is located eight miles northwest of Miami city centre. The airport has just one large terminal, split into sections and concourses. Delta flights depart from the South-H concourse. Check-desks are located on Level 2.
At South Terminal H, passengers can access the Business Center which has five computers with internet access and printers, a photocopier, fax machine and a conference room. Free Wi-Fi is also available for passengers visiting selected travel-related websites. All other Wi-Fi access is charged at a rate of $4.95 for 30 minutes or $7.95 for 24 hours.
The Terminal is also home to a great selection of shops including Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors, L’Occitane and Victoria’s Secret as well as outlets where you can buy travel entertainment and essentials. Food and drink venues in the terminal include Subway, Pizza Hut, Café Brioche Doree, Starbucks and the Heineken Bar.
Orlando International Airport
Orlando International Airport is located six miles southeast of Orlando city centre. The airport is split into two terminals, A and B. Silver Airways, Spirit Airlines and Delta flights all arrive to Terminal B. After security and baggage reclaim, you’ll take a short, free shuttle ride to the central terminal where you’ll find all onward travel options. The main terminal is also home to a food court, a variety of shops and free Wi-Fi too. Car hire desks are located on Level 1 of the main terminal building and you’ll find buses and taxis waiting outside both terminal exits.
British citizens can travel to the US for tourist visits of up to 90 days without applying for a visa. This is because the US has a Visa Waiver Programme (VWP) in place. In order to take advantage of the VWP, passengers need to register their travel information with ESTA (the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation) at least 72 hours before travelling.
What to Expect in Orlando
Temperatures in Miami and Orlando are usually very similar although Miami can experience more rain during the monsoon season between May and October.
When it comes to eating out, Orlando is a little cheaper than Miami. You can expect to pay around $50.00 for a mid-range three course meal for two and $3.00 for a bottle of beer. Travelling on public transport or by taxi is also cheaper in Orlando than in Miami.
There is no time difference between Miami and Orlando.
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