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Fly to Miami in The Sunshine State every day during week. Get your cheap tickets, generous child discounts as well as additional benefits the more you fly. You are also welcome to relax in our lounges before your flight.

 

FLY TO MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK

You can fly to Miami every day of the week, when you fly with SAS. We fly to Miami International Airport (MIA) via a quick stop in either Oslo or Copenhagen. 

It takes around 10 hours and 20 minutes to fly to the incredibly popular and climate-friendly Miami in southern Florida. No matter if you are flying long-haul or short-haul, we want your flight to be as comfortable as possible. 

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GET CHEAP FLIGHT TICKETS TO MIAMI – BOOK EARLY AND SAVE MONEY

You can buy cheap flight tickets for our many weekly flights to Miami. We have also made it easy for you to find the cheapest tickets with our low price calendar. 

When you use our low price calendar to find your cheap tickets, you can get a great overview on both a daily and monthly basis. We update both prices and availability each time you search – prices may vary when you proceed to booking. 

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UP TO 7 WEEKLY FLIGHTS FROM LONDON AND OTHER AIRPORTS IN THE UK

You can fly to Miami from multiple airports in the United Kingdom. This means you do not have to travel to an airport far away from your home by car or train to go to Miami. 

Fly to Miami (MIA) from: 

• Aberdeen (ABZ)

• Birmingham (BHX)

• Edinburgh (EDI)

• London – Heathrow (LHR)

• Manchester (MAN)

We have flights going to Miami from all over the UK, so you can get to Miami in a quick and comfortable way. 

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INCLUDED IN YOUR TICKET – 23 kg. BAGGAGE, ONLINE CHECK-IN AND MUCH MORE

We offer food and drink onboard our flights and we provide you with the best possible service. A wide range of entertainment is available with video on demand and music to make your journey even more relaxing. Included in your ticket is:

 

• 24-hour return policy

• 1 item of baggage weighing up to 23 kg

• Online check-in

• Free seat selection

• Tea and coffee

• Newspapers in our app

• Child discount up to 90%

• Food and drink on the intercontinental flight

You can find the best price and departures on flysas.com or you can download our app where you can find your flight directly on your smartphone. 

Read more about what is included with SAS

 

CHILD DISCOUNTS OF UP TO 90%

You always get your children’s flights at discounted prices, when you fly with SAS to Miami. First time flying with children? Contact our staff at the airport to make your flight as enjoyable as possible. 

Children under 2 (0-23 months) enjoy a 90% discount on the price of their ticket, when they travel on their parent’s lap during the flight. 

Children 2-11 years of age have their own seat onboard. They enjoy a discount of up to 25%. 

 

ENJOY MORE BENEFITS THE MORE YOU FLY USING EUROBONUS

Make your travel easier, more comfortable and more profitable each time you fly with SAS. You actually get more benefits the more you fly with us. 

Accumulate points on your flights as well as hotel stays, car rentals and everyday purchases. You can redeem your EuroBonus points at either SAS or our many partners. 

When you become a member – it is 100% free – you can make your travelling experience even more comfortable and smoother than it already is today. 

Experience and shop the world with Eurobonus

 

RELAX BEFORE YOUR FLIGHT IN OUR LOUNGES

Why not relax in our lounges before your flight? If you have a long flight, a little extra comfort makes a big difference. An SAS Plus ticket gives you even more legroom and a wider seat. 

You can also relax in our lounges as well as use Fast Track – the quickest way through the gate. We serve a tasteful buffet in our lounge area with a wide selection of beverages. 

Read more about SAS Plus

 

IMPORTANT ADVICE BEFORE YOUR TRAVEL TO THE US

There are a couple of things you need to, do before you can get on a flight and travel to Miami. 

You need to apply for an ESTA – a Visa – before you are allowed in to the country. During the application you e.g. need to fill out where you will be staying the first night. 

If you do not have an ESTA, you cannot get in to the US. 

Our guide to the US – passport and visa

 

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA)

When you fly with SAS to and from Miami, we land and depart from Miami International Airport. It is situated just 6 miles outside the city centre. 

It is easy to get to and from the airport with taxi, car and public transportation. 

The airport has a number of modern facilities you can use during your journey. There are a number of restaurants, shops, tax-free and services in the airport. Travellers can visit selected travel-related websites at no charge while at the airport.

 

TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

There are several options when you want to go to and from Miami International Airport. 

Travel to and from the airport with:

• Super Shuttle buses – departs 24 hours a day for both Downtown Miami and South Beach.

• Bus J goes directly to South Beach and takes an hour.

• Metrobus and Metrorail – departs from Miami Central Station (MCS). Take the MIA Mover train to get to MCS. The MIA Mover train is located between the Dolphin and Flamingo garages. 

• Taxi – a number of zones at a fixed rate.

• Car rental – collect and drop off your car at the airport. 

 

CAR RENTAL AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

The easiest way to get round Miami is by car. A rental car is easy to pick up and drop off at the airport and you can choose between a wide range of brands and sizes. 

If you use our booking service, you will get an overview of available cars from all rental car providers – it is quick and easy. You can also accumulate EuroBonus points while doing so. 

 

Contact

Miami International Airport 

2100 NW 42 nd Ave, Miami

FL 33126, USA

Telephone number: +1 305-876-7000

Website: http://www.miami-airport.com/home.asp 

 

TRANSPORTATION IN MIAMI

It is easy to get round Miami by public transportation. There are a number of different modes of transportation, that can take you to your destination. 

Some of the public transportation is free but you will have to pay for most of them. You can easily hop on the train, bus or trolley. Get an overview of the Miami-Dade County Transit system.

 

METRORAIL AND METROMOVER

The Metrorail system is a 25-mile dual track rapid transit system that runs through most of Miami. It is an ideal way to travel in Miami if you need to cover longer distances – see the Metrorail guide

The Metromover is free for everybody to use. It is a great way to travel shorter distances in Miami. 

 

METRO BUS

Miami-Dad County’s Metrobus system runs 365 days a year. You can travel with the Metrobuses all over Miami. It is a cheap and convenient way to travel long distances. They serve all major shopping, entertainment and cultural centers, as well as major hospitals and schools. 

There are more than 95 Metrobus routes and more than 800 buses in total. 

 

TAXI AND SHUTTLES

Depending on your destination you can travel to your hotel or other accommodation by taxicabs and shuttles. 

The taxicabs and SuperShuttles are available only on the arrival (ground) level of the airport. If you are looking for hotel shuttles you will find them on the upper (departure) level of the airport. 

Be sure to go to the designated Taxi and Shuttle stands to avoid illegal solicitors. 

Click here for more shuttle and taxi information

 

MIAMI IN FLORIDA – THE SUNSHINE STATE

Miami is situated at Florida’s south-eastern tip. It has a big Cuban influence which is reflected in e.g. the cafes and cigar shops – Miami is nicknamed “The Capital of Latin America”. Its beaches are famous and especially Miami Beach and South Beach are known globally. 

The city’s urban area is the fourth-largest in the US with a population of approximately 5.5 million people. It is a cultural rich city with traces of many cultures from around the world.  

Many cruise ships visit the city each year and Miami is actual the number one cruise passenger port in the world. Many people also visit one of the many theme parks during their stay in Miami.

 

HISTORY OF MIAMI

The area, in which Miami now lies, have been populated for a long time. People have been living here for more than 2.000 years. 

Some of the first people to inhabit the area was the Tequestas. There have been found evidence of an Indian village dating back to 600-500 B.C. at the mouth of the Miami River. 

From early on the city welcomed many different cultures and it quickly became a melting pot of different nations and cultures from all over the world. 

 

THE FOUNDING OF MIAMI

The founding of the city we know today took place in 1567, when a Spanish mission was built. The area was explored and claimed for Spain by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés in 1566. 

Miami, and the whole of Florida, was ceded to the United States in 1821 and in 1836 the Americans built Fort Dallas.

 

THE MAGIC CITY

In the years leading up to WW2 Miami experienced a rapid growth. 1.681 people lived in the city in 1900. That number had grown to almost 30.000 people in 1920. The city became known as The Magic City during this period. 

The surge in inhabitants prompted the need for more land and canals were made to drain water from the surrounding areas. Miami Beach was developed in 1913. 

During the 1920s many high-rise buildings was built in what is known as the Florida land boom. Miami’s population actually doubled from 1920 to 1923.  

 

SIGHTS AND ATTRACTIONS IN MIAMI

Thanks to its colourful and long history Miami has many old buildings and sights, that are worth exploring. It is also a place where people come to relax and enjoy themselves in its many theme parks. 

People flock to see the beautiful nature, such as the Everglades National Park and the Atlantic Ocean, that surrounds the city 

 

MIAMI BEACH AND OCEAN DRIVE

One of the most famous beaches in the US is Miami Beach. It is an island connected to the rest of Miami by bridges and it is best known for its many beaches and the incredible Art Deco District. It is a popular, but expensive, tourist district with numerous restaurants, shops, hotels and much more.

The Art Deco Districts is filled with beautifully restored 1930s Art Deco buildings with the characteristic pastel coloured structures and neon signs. 

Miami Beach is also where you will find Ocean Drive. It runs alongside the oceanfront and is a popular place both at night and by day with its beautiful facades and lights. 

 

LITTLE HAVANA AND CALLE OCHO

A big part of Miami culture comes from Cuba. Due to the short distance to Cuba, many people from the small island sought refuge when Castro took control. 

Little Havana has not got many tourist attractions. However, what it may lack in attractions it most certainly makes up for in cultural flavour. The feel and atmosphere is truly one-of-a-kind. 

Calle Ocho runs through the neighbourhood and much of the activity takes place on or near this street. Take some time to explore Little Havana by foot if you have the time. 

 

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK

Everglades National Park is located a short drive west of Miami. Here you will find one of Florida’s most unique natural parks. 

The 1.5-million-acre swamp lands are home to alligators, crocodiles, snakes and a wide variety of birds. The Everglades is actually the worlds slowest moving river. 

Take a tour on one of the many high speed boat trips out in the marshes and experience the beautiful wildlife and nature.

 

DISNEY WORLD, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS AND SEAWORLD

Miami is the place to visit if you love theme parks. You will find many theme parks – and water parks – that will thrill you. Many of them are located close to each other, so you can take a tour of different theme parks if you book a hotel in Miami. 

Disney has many theme parks placed close together, so you can travel between the different theme parks via their own monorail - they also have a water park. 

If you are interested in animals and the sea, you should visit SeaWorld with its many shows and rides for children of all ages. 

 

SHOPPING IN MIAMI 

You can do your shopping in Miami at different places. The city has something for everyone – from glittering luxury items to great deals. 

Shopping in Miami is mostly done in the big malls you can find all over the city. You can also find small and cosy shops if you prefer to do your shopping here. 

 

SHOPPING MALLS IN MIAMI

There are lots of malls in Miami where you can do all of your shopping. If you want to be sure to find what you are looking for, you should try shopping at the huge mega-malls. 

Some of the shopping centers in Miami: 

 

• Aventura Mall – 300 retailers and many of the big department stores

• Dadeland Mall – more than 185 stores in 1.4 million square-feet 

• Dolphin Mall – designer brands at affordable prices and more than 240 stores

• Miami International Mall – located close to the airport with many major retailers

• Mall of the Americas – many affordable retailers and interesting stores

 

THE BAL HARBOUR SHOPS

If you are looking for a place to do some luxury shopping, then the village of Bal Harbour is the place for you. After its opening in 1965 it became Florida’s first exclusively high fashion shopping center. 

The shops used to be old WW2 army barracks but are now transformed to a luxury shopping mall. 

Many of the biggest luxury retailers can be found here such as Chanel, Gucci, Balenciaga, Chloe and Caroline Herrera. 

 

ART AND CULTURE IN MIAMI

There is a lot of things to do and see when you visit Miami. The city is filled with artists and it is an important cultural hub in Florida. 

You can enjoy a quiet night out at the movies, take a trip to the many venues and enjoy some music or explore the artwork of many great artists in the city’s museums. 

 

MUSEUMS IN MIAMI

Miami houses many interesting museums representing almost every conceivable genre. 

If you are into experimental art, up-close-and-personal exhibits at a beautiful venue, you should visit Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) with approximately 200.000 square feet of art and culture. 

Closely situated to PAMM you will find Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science. One of the big attractions is a Gulf Stream aquarium filled with more than 500.000 gallons of salt water. 

Other museums worth mentioning are: Miami Children’s museum, HistoryMiami and MDC Museum of Art + Design.

 

PERFORMANCE SPACES IN MIAMI

Interested in ballet, theatre, live music or opera? You will find all this and much more at The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. 

If you are looking for major entertainment centers and events, you might want to think about visiting AmericanAirlines Arena on the edge of Biscayne Bay. It is home for the Miami HEAT basketball team and many of the biggest musical headliners often perform at this location.

 

SPECIAL EVENTS – DOWNTOWN ART DAYS

Downtown of Miami are flooded with exhibitions, artistic open studios, art tours, arts conferences, film screenings and much more during the Downtown Art Days.

This takes place every year in September and is a Mecca for people interested in all kinds of arts. 

 

DINING AND NIGHTLIFE IN MIAMI

After a hard day of shopping, sightseeing or relaxation at the pool, you are ready to try the delicious Miami cuisine. 

You can find a little bit of everything in the city with its rich multi-cultural background. If you are into trying new things, you should visit the city during Miami Spice – a two-month long restaurant promotion that takes place every summer.

 

RESTAURANTS IN MIAMI

If you are looking for a great culinary experience, you need to try out The Sarsaparilla Club. Here you can enjoy contemporary American dining and the dining is all about the total experience. 

Are you more into fresh and fragrant Eastern Mediterranean cuisine, you should try Byblos in South Beach. Indulge in crispy eggplants, aromatic olive oil and tahini aioli. 

Just in the mood for a good steak and beer? Head for Edge Steak & Bar in the Four Seasons Hotel. They serve local meat with a wide range of side dishes. 

 

BARS AND CLUBS IN MIAMI

Enjoy a nice drink at one of the city’s many rooftop bars, grab a cold beer in its many bars and lounges or dance the night away in the clubs. 

There are a number of rooftop bars in Miami, where you can enjoy a nice drink while soaking up the spectacular view over Miami. Area 31 is a beautiful restaurant on the 16th floor at the Epic Hotel. You can sample the delicious menu or simply have a nice cocktail with an outstanding view. 

Dance the night away with some of Miami’s top DJ’s at Fifty Miami Ultra Lounge. Enjoy cocktails and the spectacular view before showing off your dance moves. 

 

about MIAMI 

Population: 5.5 million

Religion: 39 % Protestants, 27 % Roman Catholic

Currency: Dollar

Time difference: -5

Country code: +1

Languages: English, Spanish

Embassy: 24 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London W1A 2LQ, UK

United Kingdom’s embassy: 1001 Brickell Bay Dr, Miami, FL 33131, United States 

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