Find Cheap Flights from Port Of Spain (POS) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

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Port Of Spain to Fort Lauderdale Route Information

Travel Distance:1,629 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:JetBlue Airways, Caribbean Airlines
Weekly Flights:4
Avg. Flight Duration:3.52 Hours

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Flights from Port of Spain to Fort Lauderdale

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Airports in Port of Spain

Piarco International Airport is the primary airport serving the island of Trinidad and is one of two international airports in Trinidad and Tobago. It is also called Piarco International, Piarco Airport and Piarco. The airport is in the town of Piarco, about 19 miles away from Downtown Port of Spain. Passengers can avail direct scheduled flights to several destinations in the United States, Canada, Central America, South America and Europe. It is also a major transit hub for the Southern Caribbean and Guyana.

Explore Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is a famous coastal city on the Atlantic Ocean in Florida, US. It is nicknamed the ‘Venice of America’ because of its 165 miles long of waterways. The city is a part of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach metropolitan area, which is famous for its beaches. Fort Lauderdale had famous as a spring break destination until 1980s but now is a frontrunner of resort lifestyle in the region. A proper yachting vacation destination, Fort Lauderdale is home to about 42000 boats, and nearly 100 marinas and boatyards. The city also hosts the world's largest annual boat show called Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Things to do in Fort Lauderdale

Las Olas Boulevard

Las Olas Boulevard (or ‘The Waves’ in Spanish) is a street in Fort Lauderdale. Its eastern end is dotted with canals and waterfront homes. Other sections of the street are dotted with tourist attractions like bars, nightclubs, art galleries, an art museum, restaurants and a historic house.

Stranahan House

The Stranahan House is a period home built by Ohio businessman Frank Stranahan in 1901. Subsequently used as a restaurant and boarding house, it features a Victorian parlor, bayside windows and tropical gardens. This is just the place in the city to admire some classic Victorian furniture.

Bonnet House

The Bonnet House was built by a famous lawyer Hugh Taylor Birch in 1895 and given to his son-in-law and artist Frederic Clay Bartlett in 1919. This house is a classic example of Caribbean plantation-style architecture. You should visit here for its Bonnet House Museum & Gardens.

Best Time to Fly to Fort Lauderdale

The best time to fly to Fort Lauderdale is between December and April. The city’s warm climate makes it a top destination for beach lovers. Visitors can also attend festivals like Christmas on Las Olas and Las Olas Art Fair during this time.