MIA is Open! These Direct Flights to Miami You Can Book Now

MIA is Open! These Direct Flights to Miami You Can Book Now

Jul 14, 2021 July 14, 2021

Non-stop Flights to Miami: Direct Flights for Leisure, Entertainment, Business, Or Investment Opportunities

Whether you live in Miami or are visiting, you can count on passing through Miami International Airport (MIA) at some point. Located near Downtown Miami, MIA is America’s third-busiest airport for international passengers. Miami International Airport also acts as a crucial link between the US, Latin America, South American and Europe. It particularly serves as an important gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean, with more flights to the region than any other airport in the United States.

Offering some of the best connectivity in the world, the Miami International Airport operates at least 75 non-stop flights to international cities and 61 direct flights to domestic destinations with more planned (statistics as of February 2021). There are over 100 airline carriers that fly in and out of MIA every day, making it the perfect hub for passengers and cargo alike. You can catch a direct flight to cities in Spain, Qatar, Turkey, Switzerland, Israel, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Panama, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, and more from this international aviation hub.

Considering Miami’s ever-increasing position as not only a top tourist destination, but more recently as an important international tech and business hub, MIA continues to add new carriers, cities, and nonstop flights to its availability. Additionally, American Airlines’ hub is in Miami. By the end of 2021, American Airlines will offer more than 130 direct destinations out of Miami, more than any other airline. 

As your insider to everything Miami, we’ve listed below all the latest direct flights from Miami International Airport to every international city. Here’s a look at all the latest routes. 

Last updated July 15, 2021.

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Photo by Alexandr Podvalny from Pexels


Direct International Flights to and from Miami (MIA)



Europe - Flights to and from Miami

Now that Europe has opened its borders to international travel and tourists, many airlines have begun nonstop service again. Direct flights between Europe and Miami are available on several airlines, some offering flights multiple times a week.

  • FRANCE
    • Paris (CDG) to Miami
      • Air France
  • GERMANY
    • Frankfurt (FRA) to Miami
      • Lufthansa German Airlines
  • POLAND
    • Warsaw (WAW) to Miami
      • Lot Polish Airlines
  • PORTUGAL
    • Lisbon (LIS) to Miami
      • Tap Air Portugal
  • RUSSIA
    • Moscow (SVO) to Miami
      • Aeroflot
  • SPAIN
    As of June 7, 2021, Spain opened its borders to vaccinated travelers. Since the end of June, American Airlines and Iberia each have one non-stop flight to Madrid each day. Daily nonstop service between Barcelona and Miami is available through American Airlines.

    • Barcelona (BCN) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Madrid (MAD) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Iberia
      • Air Europa
      • Finn Air (codeshare)
  • ITALY
    • Rome (FCO) to Miami
      • Alitalia
      • Air France (codeshare)
  • SWEDEN
    • Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) to Miami
      • Finn Air (twice weekly beginning October 23, 2021, and 4xs weekly beginning November 29)
  • SWITZERLAND
    • Zurich (ZRH) to Miami
      • Swiss Airlines
  • UNITED KINGDOM
    • London (Heathrow) (LHR) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • British Airways
      • Virgin Atlantic Airways
      • Iberia
      • Finn Air (codeshare)

Middle East - Flights to and from Miami

  • ISRAEL
    • Tel Aviv (TLV) to Miami
      • American Airlines, El Al
  • QATAR
    • Doha (DOH) to Miami
      • Qatar Airways
  • TURKEY
    • Istanbul (IST) to Miami
      • Turkish Airlines
  • UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
    • Dubai (DBX) to Miami
      • Emirates

Wing of an airplane in flight


Latin America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean



MIA offers more flights to Latin America, South America and the Carribean than any other airport in the country.

Central America - Flights to and from Miami

  • BELIZE
    • Belize City (BZE) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  • COSTA RICA
    • Liberia (LIR) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • San Jose (SJO) to Miami
      • American Airlines 
  • EL SALVADOR
    • San Salvador (SAL) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Avianca
      • Frontier Airlines
  • GUATEMALA
    • Guatemala City (GUA) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
  • HONDURAS
    • Roatan (RTB) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • San Pedro Sula (SAP) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Tegucigalpa (TGU) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  • PANAMA
    • Panama City (PTY) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Copa
  • NICARAGUA
    • Managua (MGA) to Miami
      • Eastern Airlines
      • Taca 


South America - Flights to and from Miami 

  • ARGENTINA
    • Buenos Aires (EZE) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Aerolineas Argentinas
  • BOLIVIA
    • Santa Cruz (VVI) to Miami
      • Boliviana de Aviación (daily flights) 
  • BRAZIL
    • Confins (Belo Horizonte TNF) to Miami
      • Eastern Airlines (twice weekly beginning September, 2021)
    • Rio de Janeiro (GIG) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Sao Paulo (GRU) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Latam Airlines Group
  • CHILE
    • Santiago (SCL) to Miami
      • American Airlines, Latam Airlines Group
  • COLOMBIA
    • Barranquilla (BAQ) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Avianca 
    • Bogota (BOG) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Avianca
      • Latam Airlines Group
    • Cali (CLO) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Avianca
    • Cartagena (CTG) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Medellin (MDE) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Avianca
      • Viva Air
    • Pereira (PEI) to Miami
      • American Airlines 
  • ECUADOR
    • Guayaquil (GYE) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Quito (UIO) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Eastern Airlines (once weekly)
  • GUYANA
    • Georgetown (GEO) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Surinam Airways 
  • PARAGUAY
    • Asunción (ASU) to Miami
      • Eastern Airlines (3xs weekly) 
  • PERU
    • Lima (LIM) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Latam Airlines Group
  • URUGUAY
    • Montevideo (MVD) to Miami
      • Eastern Airlines (twice weekly)


Caribbean & Bahamas - Flights to and from Miami

  • BAHAMAS
    • Freeport (FPO) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • George Town (GGT) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Marsh Harbour (MHH) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Nassau (Int'l) (NAS) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
    • North Eleuthera (ELH) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  • CUBA
    • Havana (HAV) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
    • Puerto Plata (POP) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Punta Cana (PUJ) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
      • Latam Airlines Group
    • Santiago (STI) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Santo Domingo (SDQ) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
  • HAITI
    • Port Au Prince (PAP) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  • JAMAICA
    • Kingston, (KIN) to Miami
      • American Airline
    • Montego Bay (MBJ) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
  • NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
    • Aruba (AUA) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Bonaire (BON) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Curacao (CUR) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • St. Maarten (SXM) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  • PUERTO RICO
    • San Juan (SJU) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
  • VIRGIN ISLANDS
    • St. Croix (STX) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • St. Thomas (STT) to Miami
      • American Airlines
      • Frontier Airlines
  • WEST INDIES
    • Antigua (ANU) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Barbados (BGI) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Cayman Brac (CYB) to Miami
      • Cayman Airways
    • Grand Cayman (GCM) to Miami
      • Cayman Airways
    • St. Lucia (UVF) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Bermuda (BDA) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • Grenada, Windward Islands (GND) to Miami
      • American Airlines
  •  Guadalupe
    • Pointe-a-Pitre (PTP) to Miami
      • Air France (twice weekly)
    • Providenciales, Turks & Caicos (PLS) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • St. Kitts, Leeward Islands (SKB) to Miami
      • American Airlines
    • St. Vincent & Grenadines, St. Vincent (SVD) to Miami
      • American Airlines


Mexico - Flights to and from Miami

  • Cancun (CUN) to Miami
    • American Airlines, Frontier Airline
  • Cozumel (CZM) to Miami
    • American Airline
  • Guadalajara (GDL) to Miami
    • Volaris
  • Merida (MID) to Miami
    • American Airlines
  • Mexico City (MEX) to Miami
    • American Airlines, Aeromexico, Volaris
  • Monterrey (MTY) to Miami
    • American Airlines

Singapore Airport

Singapore Airport. Photo by Phyo Hein Kyaw from Pexels


More Direct International Flights Coming to Miami - Winter 2021



American Airlines

  • Chetumal (CTM), Mexico to Miami
    • Twice weekly as of December, 2021
  • San Andres Island (ADZ), Colombia to Miami
    • Twice weekly as of December, 2021
    • Both destinations will have weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
  • Guadalupe
    • Pointe-a-Pitre (PTP) to Miami
    • 5x weekly as of October, 2021

Spirit Airlines

  • Columbia
    • Barranquilla (BAQ) to Miami
    • Daily as of November, 17, 2021
  • Bogota (BOG) to Miami
    • Daily as of October 6, 2021
  • Cali (CLO) to Miami 
    • Daily as of November 17, 2021
  • Medellin (MDE) to Miami
    • Daily as of October 6, 2021
  • Costa Rica
    • San Pedro Sula (SAP) to Miami
    • Daily as of November 17, 2021
  • San Jose (SJO) to Miami
    • Daily as of November 17, 2021
  • Dominican Republic
    • Santo Domingo (SDQ) to Miami
    • Daily as of October 6, 2021
  • El Salvador
    • San Salvador (SAL) to Miami
    • 3x weekly as of October 7, 2021
  • Guatemala
    • Guatemala City (GUA) to Miami
    • Daily as of October 6, 2021
  • Haiti
    • Port-au-Prince (PAP), Haiti
    • Daily as of October 6, 2021
  • Puerto Rico
    • San Juan (SJU), Puerto Rico
    • Daily as of November 17, 2021
  • Virgin Islands
    • St. Thomas (STT) to Miami
    • 3x weekly as of November 18, 2021


How accessible is Miami International Airport (MIA)?



Getting to and from MIA is also important to your travel plans. Here’s a quick look at your options for travel to and from the airport when in Miami and the Miami Beaches:

  • MIA Mover – This free shuttle train runs 24/7 and offers a connection to the Miami International Airport Station.
  • Metrorail – This rapid transit system (Orange Line) runs from 5 AM to midnight, offering a connection from the Miami Airport Station to the urban core.
  • Tri-rail – This inter-city commuter rail system connects directly to the Miami Central Station, which further connects to the airport via the free MIA Mover.
  • Miami Beach Bus – This bus service connects the Miami International Airport Metrorail station directly to Miami Beach.
  • Metrobus – Routes 37, 42, 57, J, and East-West Connection take you directly to and from the airport.
  • Taxi and Ride-share – You can easily book a SuperShuttle, Uber, Lyft, or any other ride share service to and from the airport in Miami. There are also plenty of taxis available outside the baggage claim area.
  • Car – With a Dolphin Garage near terminal D and E plus Flamingo Garage near Terminals F, G, H, and J, you could drive your own or rental car to the airport.

For more details on your transit options, schedules, and access to the Miami International Airport, go here.



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