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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
10 hours 39 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Miami|
|Flights arrive in:||London|
|Airlines:||norwegian air, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP Portugal, Swiss, privilege style|
Visiting the UK's capital is easy, thanks to regular direct flights from Miami to London. Travelers can expect a choice of 6 direct flights from Monday to Friday, and a similar frequency at weekends. Journey times vary between 8 hours 20 minutes and 8 hours 50 minutes.
Numerous airlines cover the Miami to London route. Norwegian offers budget fares to London Gatwick, while Finn Air (in combination with British Airways) and Virgin Atlantic both fly into London Heathrow Airport.
Direct flights from Miami will reach London in between 8 hours 20 minutes and 8 hours 50 minutes. The fastest services with a single change tend to take just over 11 hours, with a short stop in Atlanta.
The Miami to London route operates all year-round, 7 days a week. Passengers can take their pick from 6 daily direct flights, with options departing throughout the day. There should be 3-5 indirect flights with durations under 12 hours.
Departure airport: All flights from Miami to London will depart from Miami International Airport, and there are various ways to get to the airport. Metrorail services offer good connections from Miami suburbs like Okeechobee and Northside, while Tri-Rail services run from downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Cheaper transfers are available from Metrobus numbers 37, 42, and 57, along with the Miami Beach Bus. And there is plenty of on-site parking (maximum stays of 60 days apply). All car parks have rapid rail links to the terminals, where travelers can dine, shop, and use log onto the Miami-Wifi network if required.
Arrival airport: Flights from Miami could arrive at either London Heathrow or Gatwick Airports. Heathrow is slightly closer to the center of town. Travelers can quickly transfer via the Heathrow Express rail service, which takes under 20 minutes to Paddington Station, or take the subway or National Express coaches. The Gatwick Express rail connection runs into London Victoria Station, which is not far from the popular West End district, and National Express coaches also run into the city center. Both airports provide free wifi connectivity, and there will be banking and car rental services in the arrivals halls.