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Charlotte to Miami Route Information

Travel Distance:652 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, British Airways
Weekly Flights:514
Avg. Flight Duration:20.55 Hours

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Flights from Charlotte to Miami

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Airports in Charlotte

The city of Charlotte is served by Charlotte Douglas International Airport. It is a joint civil-military public airport located in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A. Owned by the City of Charlotte; the airport is managed by Charlotte Aviation Department. It serves as a hub for American Airlines and ViaAir. The airport is a major gateway to the Caribbean Islands. It offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic and international destinations including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Tampa, Cancun, London, Montego Bay, Punta Cana, Nassau, Saint Martin, and more. With various modes of ground transportation, passengers can easily commute to the city. These include rental cars, hotel/motel courtesy vehicles, limousine & shuttle services, taxis, Uber & Lyft, CATS airport connector, and CATS sprinter service.

Explore Miami

Located on the south-east side of Florida in United States, is the seaport city of Miami. Miami Beach and Biscayne Bay lagoon separate the city from Atlantic Ocean. Miami is rich in art and culture, which can be seen in its various buildings. The Art Deco District, Bayside Marketplace (outdoor style mall), Vizcaya Museum, Lincoln Memorial Park, and more are some of the well known places to know about the art & architecture of the region.

Things to Do in Miami

Art Deco District

The Art Deco District has been registered under the National Register of Historic Places. The place features nearly 800 historically significant structures, most of which were constructed in between 1923-43. The prime attractions here include fancy pastel buildings having ship-like railings, glass blocks, shinning terrazzo floors, porthole windows and more.

Lincoln Memorial Park

Lincoln Memorial, opened in 1924 in the Brownsville section of Miami, was for decades the black cemetery in Miami. Dana Albert Dorsey, Miami's first black millionaire, and Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry, the first black woman to serve in the Florida Legislature, are among those buried here.

Bayside Marketplace

Bayside Marketplace is a well known outdoor shopping mall located in the heart of the city. The marketplace features nearly 100 shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars, and more. Here, one can enjoy live entertainment with some of the best bands in Miami.

Best Time to Fly to Miami

The best time to visit Miami is the months from October to December (autumn and early winter). The weather during these months is great to enjoy various beach activities, water sports, and to attend Broadway Series (launched in the month of October). Book Fair International and Art Basel are held during November and December respectively.

Miami Travelers' Reviews

Orlando Fun!!

Great family vacation, lots of affordable family friendly activities!! - Carrie  Nov 19, 2021

Orlando trip

We had a great time, we went for the Disney Parks and Universal Orlando, it was a dream come true for the grandkids! - Jeffrey  Nov 18, 2021