Cheap flights from Toronto Island to Miami International Airport
Flight information Toronto Island to Miami International
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Why burn through your budget when Skyscanner can help you plan an affordable flight from Toronto Island to Miami International? The route is serviced by multiple airlines including Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta, United, and WestJet. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is the departure location of choice for this specific route, and Miami International Airport is the final destination. While Air Canada and American Airlines offer nonstop flights, other airlines can include layovers in North Carolina (Charlotte Douglas International Airport), Atlanta (Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport), Philadelphia (Philadelphia International Airport), and Queens (LaGuardia Airport).
Departing from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Located just 17 minutes from Toronto’s city centre, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) welcomes 2.7 million visitors every year. The two-floor single terminal airport contains several hangars and plenty of amenities to keep passengers content. Major commercial airlines include Air Canada Express, Eagle Aircraft, Greater Toronto Airways (located in Hangar 6), and Porter Airlines.
Always arrive at least an hour early, or two if boarding an international flight, to avoid any hassle and ensure a smooth departure. Amenities at YTZ include free WIFI, a designated rest area and first-class lounges, art exhibits, children’s play areas, and showers. A spa, gym, and 24-hour concessions are also available to ensure plenty of relaxing and enjoyable activities before, after, and between flights.
Arriving at Miami International Airport
Located 13 km northwest of Downtown Miami, Miami International Airport (MIA) is the primary airport of the Greater Miami Area. Serving over 44 million passengers annually, MIA is not only one of the largest airports in the U.S. with three extensive terminals, it’s also American Airlines’ primary gateway to Latin America. If you’re heading elsewhere from Miami, international departures encourage passengers to arrive no less than two hours prior to their flight. Be sure to claim all baggage before going through U.S. customs to avoid any problems.
Canadians don’t need a visa to visit America, but they will require an active passport or valid NEXUS card. Passengers exiting customs in North Terminal D end up on the first level of the airport. Those who exit customs in South Terminal J will end up on level three. Visitors thereby can decide whether to head straight for the parking garages/ground transportation options or enjoy Miami International Airport’s multiple amenities. A chapel, kids play areas, art exhibits, salon and spa services, a yoga room in Terminal H, and even therapy dogs are available for passengers who need a snuggle after their trip.
Miami Travel Tips
Change currency to USD prior to leaving Canada whenever possible to avoid headaches across the border. Miami summers can peak in the high 20s, so know the weather forecast prior to heading south. The beaches fill fast and the crowds can be sweltering. Low season is often wet, but it’s much cooler. Opt for fall or winter travel for special deals. And always let Skyscanner help secure the best possible Miami vacation.
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