|Flying Time||1 h and 10 m||When flying from Orlando to Miami, this can take around 1 h and 10 m in flying time, however this flight duration can vary due to other factors|
|Departure Airport||Orlando International||Orlando International is where you'll take off from when flying from Orlando to Miami|
|Arrival Airport||Miami International Airport||You'll land at Miami International Airport when flying from Orlando to Miami|
|Peak season||July||July is the busiest time to fly from Orlando to Miami according to search data results from our customers|
Trains are 23% more expensive in Miami than in Orlando.
A meal in Miami costs roughly the same as in Orlando.
Taxis are 20% more expensive in Miami than in Orlando.
Coffee in Miami is 5% cheaper than in Orlando.
Orlando, The City Beautiful, is Florida's largest inland city and houses The Orlando International Airport (MCO) which is the world's 29th busiest airport. The city's fame comes from its theme parks as well as its cultural assets. Orlando Museum of Art and Mennello Museum of American Art exhibits artwork and photographs from many popular artists.
Flights from Orlando to Miami leave from both the airports of Orlando: Orlando International Airport and Orlando Sanford International Airport. The first, being Orlando's primary airport, has terminals A and B with four airside concourses; the final one added is now that which is primarily used. The second is farther from central Orlando and is mostly for commercial use.
The local metro Lynx has a substation right at the Orlando International Airport, taking direct routes to and from the city center and other areas. The Amtrak and Greyhound railway stations are available in central Orlando and take routes to their stations 12-13 miles from the airport, from where the metro can be used to get to the airport. Rental cars and cabs are available at the airport in abundance. Travel time through all these methods may take anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes, although the trains take much longer than the city metro. Catch a cheap flight to Miami from either of these airports for a trip to last you a lifetime!
Miami has a sunny reputation and is famous for its beaches, white sand and the evergreen party scene. The city is brimming with tourist spots, ranging from picnic and shopping areas to cultural attractions and party places. The Everglades National Park and South Beach are places one cannot miss when in Miami. If these places aren't enough, Miami has plenty of that diverse-but-very-Spanish flavor to its air which can be very addictive when you're there. Traveling throughout the city has been made easy with the MetroMover, which is a free tram service around central Miami.
If you're traveling from Orlando to Miami, you'll land at Miami International Airport which is Miami's primary airport and America's busiest. The best way to get to the city center from there is to take the MetroBus or the MetroRail, both of which can be found at the central station. To get there you will have to take the MetroMover (for free) which also goes to the rental car center. The Metrorail then takes 15 minutes to downtown and other areas. Shared van services such as (SuperShuttle) are also good options and cost from $10 - $16 one way. Uber and Lyft services are also available at the airport.