|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 6% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||January||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 581||Average for round-trip flights in December 2021|
|Round-trip from||C$ 299||From Toronto to Miami|
|One-way from||C$ 13||One-way flight from Toronto to Miami (MIA)|
Information is based on travel restrictions for travel to Miami within the United States
Most visitors from USA need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Miami.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from USA must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 24 hours before departing to Miami.
Visitors from USA are not required to quarantine after entering Miami.
Returning to USA from Miami
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Miami must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to USA.
Visitors from Miami are not required to quarantine after entering USA.
YTO - MIA
C$ 349 - C$ 837
26 - 33 °C
44 - 265 mm
Many people associate Miami with stunning beaches, chilled out people and glorious weather. This lively city certainly boasts all three of these features in abundance, but there is so much more to this glamorous destination. This is a city where Latin America and the Caribbean come to form a melting pot of cultures that gives Miami a truly unique and exciting atmosphere. Miami is fast becoming one of America’s most exciting destinations.
After you catch your cheap flight to Miami you will find yourself in a place of diverse culture, rich history, stunning surroundings, fabulous weather, fascinating attractions and thrilling entertainment. This is a city that caters to all ages, preferences and tastes. So, whether you’re looking for rest and relaxation, exploration and adventure, or fun and excitement, you will find it all in Miami.
From lazy afternoons on the beach to days exploring the history and culture of the area, there is something different to enjoy every day. South Beach – the surf capital of Miami – is the perfect place to chill out. You’ll be able to catch the waves, relax on the golden sand, or rollerblade down Ocean Drive. Visit Little Havana for a taste of Cuba or dine in style at a classic Miami restaurant.
After spending the day visiting the range of local attractions or soaking up the sunshine, you can enjoy a vibrant Miami evening. If you have the stamina, you will also find no shortage of bars and clubs that will keep you up until the early morning hours.
South of Miami are the laid back Florida Keys, sometimes referred to as America’s Caribbean. The islands, numbering more than 800, have a languid tropical feel that rivals the atmosphere of the nearby Bahamas. The only living coral reef in the United States is just off Key Largo — a perfect spot for divers.
With some great deals on cheap flights to Miami available, getting to this popular destination won’t break the bank. In fact, you will find a trip to this exciting part of the United States is surprisingly affordable.
Whether you are flying from Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary, you’ll find several flight options going to Miami. From Calgary, flights will vary from 7h 53m to 14h 8m. Toronto to Miami offers the shortest flights. If flying out of Toronto Pearson International Airport (the largest airport in Canada) its quickest flight lasts 4h 44m. Out of Vancouver, you can get to Miami in just under 8h.
Montreal offers a nonstop flight to Miami aboard American Airlines. It lasts only 3h 43m and departs from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Other direct flights are possible from Toronto with Air Canada and American. There are no non-stop flights to Miami from either Vancouver or Calgary. However, you’ll find a number of one-stop flights aboard American, Delta and United.
The Metrorail is the most affordable mode of transportation from Miami International Airport to the heart of downtown Miami. You can catch the train on the third floor of the airport, or you can hail a taxi from just outside of the arrival terminal. Another option includes the airport shuttle service which is beyond the doors of the airport’s baggage claim area. Known as the SuperShuttle, this is a shared van service making it a lot more economical than a taxi. However, you might have to make several stops to drop off other passengers which could make the trip a lot longer. If you still prefer to drive yourself, you can also rent a car. Simply catch the shuttle to the rental car center which is just a few minutes away from the main airport. Downtown Miami is less than ten miles from the airport.
Water sports and outdoor activities such as boating, parasailing, jetskiing, and snorkeling are popular with tourists visiting Miami. While in Miami, you might want to explore the Everglades National Park. You can do this by airboat or you can sign up for a nature walk tour. There is also a Little Havana neighborhood where you can experience Cuban culture including ethnic food, art, and history. With Miami’s lively nightlife, you can also learn to salsa or listen to live music.
Although a passport is not required for entrance into the United States from Canada, it is recommended. Travelers without a passport or visa can present an Enhanced Driver’s License or NEXUS card to the airline crew upon boarding. If traveling with a child, be sure to bring their birth certificate with you if you don’t have a passport or NEXUS card for them.
Semi-tropical. Miami enjoys a long, hot summer with plenty of rainfall and mild, dry winters. It is the second-most humid city in the U.S. Humidity levels are in the 86-89 percent range during the day.
Situated 8 miles (13km) north-west of downtown Miami, Miami International Airport (MIA) is South Florida’s main airport. Due to a vast number of tourist attractions and sizable local populations, it’s one of the largest hubs in the US and acts as the country’s main gateway to Latin America. Having served just fewer than 36 million passengers in 2010, the airport is the 28th busiest in the world, with flights to Miami International Airport coming in from most continents.
Unfortunately, though, the airport has a reputation for being slow and disorganized, especially when it comes to luggage procedures. Passengers in transit often miss flights as they are required to clear immigration before collecting their baggage, after which they must then transfer it to their connecting flight. Moreover, it’s common practice for staff to remove bags from carousels and place them on the floor, leaving passengers to crowd around heaps of luggage and compete for a chance to locate theirs. Signage is lacking and unclear, and many airport personnel speak Spanish only.
However, MIA has a wide variety of eateries, bars and retail outlets to keep layover passengers amused. Musical performers also provide entertainment throughout the airport’s public spaces and numerous wall paintings add colour and vibrancy to the interior of the terminal building.
Booking a flight to Miami (MIA) is your only option if you intend on flying to Miami. It is only a 9.8 km journey from Miami to Miami’s city centre.
Flights to Miami have seen a 89% increase in demand compared to the previous year.