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Nonstop destinations from Miami


Atlanta: American, Delta

Baltimore: American

Birmingham, Alabama: American

Boston: American

Calgary, Alberta: WestJet

Charleston, South Carolina: American

Charlotte, North Carolina: American, US Airways

Chicago: American, United

Cincinnati: American

Cleveland: American, United

Columbus, Ohio: American

Dallas/FortWorth: American

Denver: American, United

Detroit: American, Delta

Gainesville, Florida: American

Greensboro, North Carolina: American

Hartford, Connecticut: American

Houston: American, United

Indianapolis: American

Jacksonville, Florida: American

Key West: American

Las Vegas: American

Los Angeles: American, Delta

Louisville: American

Memphis: American

Minneapolis/St. Paul: American, Delta, Sun Country

Montreal: American, Air Canada

Naples, Florida: Execair

Nashville: American

New Orleans: American

New York JFK: American, Delta

New York LaGuardia: American, Delta

New York Newark: American, United

Norfolk, Virginia: American, United

Orlando: American

Pensacola: American

Philadelphia: American, US Airways

Phoenix: American

Pittsburgh: American

Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina: American

Richmond, Virginia: American

St. Louis: American

San Diego: American

San Francisco: American

Seattle/Tacoma: American

Tallahassee: American

Tampa: American

Toronto: American, Air Canada, WestJet

Tulsa: American

Washington Dulles: American, United

Washington National: American


Asuncion, Paraguay: American

Barcelona, Venezuela: Avior

Barranquilla, Colombia: Avianca

Belem, Brazil: TAM

Belize City: American

Belo Horizonte, Brazil: American, TAM

Bogota, Colombia: American, Avianca, LAN Colombia

Brasilia: American, TAM

Buenos Aires: American, LAN Argentina, Aerolineas Argentinas

Cali, Colombia: American, Avianca

Cancun: American

Caracas: American, LAN Airlines, SBA

Cartagena, Colombia: Avianca

Cozumel, Mexico: American

Curitiba, Brazil: American

Fortaleza, Brazil: TAM

Georgetown, Guyana: Surinam

Guatemala City: American, Avianca

Guayaquil, Ecuador: American

La Paz, Bolivia: American

Liberia, Costa Rica: American

Lima, Peru: American, Avianca, LAN

Managua: American, Avianca

Manaus, Brazil: American, GOL Transportes Aereos, TAM

Maracaibo, Venezuela: American

Medellin, Colombia: American, Avianca

Merida, Mexico: Aeromexico

Mexico City: American, InterJet, Aeromexico

Montevideo, Uruguay: American

Panama City, Panama: American, Copa

Paramaribo, Surinam: Surinam

Quito, Ecuador: American, LAN Ecuador

Recife, Brazil: American

Rio de Janeiro: American, TAM

Roatan, Honduras: American

Salvador, Brazil: American

San Jose, Costa Rica: American

San Pedro Sula, Honduras: American, Avianca

San Salvador, El Salvador: American, Avianca

Santiago, Chile: American, LAN Airlines

Sao Paulo, Brazil: American, TAM

Tegucigalpa, Honduras: American


Antigua: American

Aruba: American, Surinam, Insel AirAruba

Barbados: American

Bermuda: American

Cap Haitien, Haiti: IBC

Cayman Brac: Cayman Airways

Curacao: American, Insel Air

Fort de France, Martinique: American

Freeport, Bahamas: American

George Town, Bahamas: American

Grand Cayman: American, Cayman

Grenada: American

Kingston, Jamaica: American

La Romana, D.R.: American

Marsh Harbour, Bahamas: American

Montego Bay, Jamaica: American

Nassau, Bahamas: American, Bahamasair

North Eleuthera, Bahamas: American

Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe: American

Port Au Prince, Haiti: American, Air France

Port of Spain, Trinidad: American, Caribbean

Providenciales, Turks & Caicos: American

Puerto Plata, D.R.: American

Punta Cana, D.R.: American, Air Europa, LAN Airlines, LAN Argentina

San Juan, Puerto Rico: American

Santiago, D.R.: American

Santo Domingo, D.R.: American

St. Croix: American

St. Kitts: American

St. Lucia: American

St. Maarten: American

St. Thomas: American


Amsterdam: Arkefly

Barcelona: American

Berlin: Air Berlin

Brussels: Jetairfly

Doha, Qatar: Qatar Air

Dusseldorf: Air Berlin

Frankfurt: Lufthansa

Lisbon: TAP Portugal

London Heathrow: American, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic

Madrid: American, Iberia, Air Europa

Milan, Italy: American

Moscow Domodedevo: Transaero

Moscow Sheremetyevo: Aeroflot

Paris Charles de Gaulle: American, Air France, XL Airways

Rome: Alitalia

Zurich: Swiss Air


Helsinki: Finnair (December)

Santa Cruz, Bolivia: Boliviana (no specified date)

Nonstops from Fort Lauderdale


Albany, New York: Southwest

Asheville, North Carolina: Allegiant

Atlanta: AirTran, Delta, Spirit

Atlantic City: Spirit

Austin: JetBlue, Southwest

Baltimore: AirTran, Southwest

Bangor, Maine: Allegiant

Boston: JetBlue, Spirit

Buffalo: JetBlue, Southwest

Charlotte, North Carolina: US Airways

Chicago O’Hare: American, United, Spirit

Chicago Midway: Southwest

Cincinnati: Delta

Cleveland: United, Frontier

Columbus, Ohio: AirTran

Dallas/Fort Worth: American, Spirit

Denver: Frontier, Southwest, Spirit, United

Detroit: Delta, Spirit

Fort Myers: Silver.

Gainesville: Allegiant

Grand Rapids, Michigan: Allegiant

Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina: Allegiant

Hartford, Connecticut: Southwest, JetBlue

Houston Intercontinental: United

Houston Hobby: Southwest

Huntington, West Virginia: Allegiant

Indianapolis: AirTran

Jacksonville: AirTran, Southwest

Kansas City: Southwest

Key West: Silver

Knoxville: Allegiant

Las Vegas: Southwest, Spirit

Latrobe, Pennsylvania: Spirit

Lexington, Kentucky: Allegiant

Long Island/Islip, New York: Southwest

Los Angeles: American, JetBlue, Spirit, Virgin America

Manchester, New Hampshire: Southwest

Memphis: Delta

Milwaukee: Southwest

Minneapolis: Delta, Spirit

Montreal: Air Canada, Canjet, Sunwing, Westjet

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Spirit

Nashville: Southwest

New Orleans: Southwest

New York Kennedy: American, Delta, JetBlue

New York LaGuardia: Delta, JetBlue, Spirit

Newark: JetBlue, United

Newburgh, New York: JetBlue

Niagara Falls, New York: Spirit

Orlando: Silver, Spirit

Ottawa, Ontario: Air Canada, Westjet

Philadelphia: AirTran, Southwest, US Airways

Phoenix: US Airways

Pittsburgh: AirTran

Plattsburgh, New York: Allegiant, Spirit

Providence, Rhode Island: JetBlue, Southwest

Quebec: Air Transat, Canjet, Sunwing, Westjet

Raleigh/Durham: JetBlue, Southwest

Richmond, Virginia: JetBlue

San Francisco: JetBlue, United, Virgin America

Seattle: Alaska

St. Louis: Southwest

Tallahassee: Silver, Delta

Tampa: Silver, Southwest, Spirit

Toronto: Air Canada, Air Transat, Canjet, Sunwing, WestJet

Trenton, New Jersey: Frontier

Washington Reagan: JetBlue, US Airways

Washington Dulles: United

White Plains, New York: JetBlue


Bimini: Silver

Freeport, Bahamas: Bahamasair, Silver, SkyBahamas

George Town, Bahamas: Silver

Governor’s Harbour, Bahamas: Silver

Marsh Harbour, Bahamas: Silver, SkyBahamas

Nassau: Bahamasair, JetBlue, SkyBahamas

North Eleuthera, Bahamas: Silver

San Salvador, Bahamas: Spirit

Treasure Cay, Bahamas: Silver

Aguadilla, Puerto Rico: Spirit

Aruba: Spirit, Tiara Air

Cap Haitien, Haiti: IBC

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: IBC

Kingston, Jamaica: Caribbean, Spirit

Montego Bay, Jamaica: JetBlue, Caribbean, Spirit

Port au Prince, Haiti: American, JetBlue, Spirit

Port of Spain, Trinidad: JetBlue, Caribbean

Punta Cana, D.R.: JetBlue, Spirit

San Juan, Puerto Rico: JetBlue, Spirit, Southwest

Santiago, Dominican Republic: Spirit

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: JetBlue, Spirit

St. Maarten: Spirit

St. Thomas: Spirit


Armenia, Colombia: Spirit

Bogota: Avianca, Spirit

Cancun: JetBlue, Spirit

Cartagena, Colombia: Spirit

Guatemala City: Spirit

Lima, Peru: JetBlue, Spirit

Managua: Spirit

Medellin, Colombia: JetBlue, Spirit

Panama City, Panama: Copa (July)

Panama City, Panama: Spirit

San Jose, Costa Rica: JetBlue, Spirit

San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Spirit

San Salvador, El Salvador: Spirit

Toluca, Mexico: Spirit


Copenhagen: Norwegian

Frankfurt: Condor

Oslo: Norwegian

Stockholm: Norwegian



Dallas Love Field: Southwest (November)

Houston International: Spirit (September)

Jacksonville: Silver (August)

Las Vegas: JetBlue (October)

New Orleans: Spirit (August)

Pittsburgh: JetBlue (October)

Washington Dulles: Frontier (September)


Cartagena, Colombia: JetBlue (October)

London Gatwick: Norwegian (July)

Special to the Miami Herald

Summer is vacation time, and South Florida’s two big airports are providing more nonstop destinations than ever this year.

Airlines operating out of Miami International Airport will fly to almost 150 nonstop destinations this year, most of them international — a new high. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, meanwhile, will serve about 120, more than half of them domestic, including new flights to be added later this year.

“Since I arrived at MIA in April 2013, one of my top priorities has been adding direct routes to areas of the world we have yet to reach, and our efforts are beginning to pay dividends,” said Emilio T. Gonzalez, Miami-Dade Aviation Director. “With each new route, we’re meeting our goal of providing customers with more travel options, connecting our passengers to points on the globe that previously required one or more stops, and strengthening the economy of Miami-Dade County.”

Travelers also will have more options this year as additional airlines join those already operating out of the two airports. For instance, in May XL Airways joined the fleet flying from Miami to Paris, and Norwegian Air Shuttle will start nonstop service out of Fort Lauderdale to London (Gatwick) in July.

The World Cup games in Brazil have spurred travel to that country, which is Miami’s busiest international destination. This year, airlines already serving Brazil added flights to accommodate soccer fans, and TAM started service to Fortaleza, the 11th Brazilian city to be served nonstop from Miami.

To the Caribbean and Latin America, JetBlue added service from Fort Lauderdale in May to Trinidad, Montego Bay (Jamaica) and Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) and will add Cartagena (Colombia) in October. Copa has just begun flying to Panama City (Panama) from the Broward airport in July. From Miami, Inselair started service to Aruba earlier this year.

On the domestic front from Fort Lauderdale, Frontier, which started flying to Cleveland this month, will add Washington Dulles in September. Other new service coming this year: Spirit to New Orleans in August and Houston in September, Silver to Jacksonville in August, JetBlue to Pittsburgh and Las Vegas in October, and Southwest to Dallas Love Field in November.

More flights to Europe are in the works as well as the summer season gets underway. In addition to airlines increasing the number of flights to their existing European destinations, Air Europa has started service to Madrid three times a week. Adding service for winter travelers, Swiss International Airways will increase its service to Zurich to 14 flights weekly Oct. 17.

Finnair will start twice-weekly nonstops to Helsinki Dec. 16. Helsinki will be the 16th European destination served nonstop from Miami.

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