This Route is Operated by:
Delta Air Lines, Di, Spirit Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP Portugal, Air Europa
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
14 hours 16 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Miami|
|Flights arrive in:||Madrid|
|Airlines:||norwegian air, COPA Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Aeroflot, TAP Portugal, JetBlue Airways, privilege style, Air Europa|
Mondays to Fridays, the majority of Miami to Madrid flights take off during a two hour window in the mid-afternoon, with around 5-8 departures an hour. These flights usually require one or two changes. Over the weekend there's a much more extensive service, starting at 5:00 a.m. and continuing until 10:00 p.m., which includes some direct flights in the evening. US Airways, Aeroflot and KLM are among those offering services between the two cities, with Iberia, British Airways and Finnair flying direct.
Miami International Airport, the departure point for Miami to Madrid flights, is well connected to the city and surrounding area by an integrated public transport network. Fort Lauderdale is 50 minutes away via the Tri-Rail commuter train: passengers should change at Miami Central Station for the Miami Mover rail link to the airport. The Metrorail elevated track runs from South Miami to the airport in 21 minutes and from the Civic Centre district in 11 minutes. The number 7 bus gets from the city centre to the airport in just over half an hour, while the Miami Beach Airport Flyer covers the distance from Washington Avenue in 40 minutes.
The capital of Spain is full of magnificent sights such as the Prado Museum, the 18th century royal palace and the pleasure gardens of El Retiro Park. Madrid also offers great cuisine, high-end shopping and smart cocktail bars. Flights from Miami touch down at Madrid-Barajas Airport 16 km north-east of city. The airport is 12 minutes from central Madrid by Metro, which is directly accessible from Terminals 1-4. A train line runs from Terminal 4 to most of the city's key transport hubs, reaching Nuevo Ministerios in 18 minutes and Atocha railway station in just under half an hour. There's also a Linea Exprés bus service to Atocha which operates both day and night.