Business Class Seats Selling Out Quickly On New Flights From Miami To Israel & Ireland

Miami is seeing new flights being added this week to Israel and Ireland, and there appears to be strong demand for business class seats on both routes.

On October 29, American Airlines is adding daily service from MIA to Tel Aviv for the first time ever.

AA is increasing flights on the route that began around 17 months ago. AA first launched service between Miami and Tel Aviv in June 2021, with three weekly flights.

In the first two weeks of the new daily service, business class is sold out on all but two flights from Tel Aviv to Miami. More than half of flights in the reverse direction are also sold out in business during the same period.

Service from Miami to Dublin was resumed by Aer Lingus earlier this week, with three weekly flights.

Nearly every flight from Miami to Dublin is now sold out in business class in November and December, according to Google Flights. Most business seats in the reverse direction are also sold out.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

American Airlines to Lisbon please

wanderer34
1 month ago

There’s already a route between Miami and Lisbon via TAP Air Portugal!

Euro-Flyer
1 month ago

Yes, the Portuguese carrier, TAP is awful. AA can easily do a better job!

Anonymous but you can call me Mike
1 month ago

At this point MIA connects directly to every major European country. If not correct, what is missing?

Jonathan
1 month ago

Brussels, Belgium is missing. Another airline needs to provide flights from Miami to Brussels. Not sure what happened with TUI, since it was partially owned by a Russian oligarch. Belgium may not be a major country but Brussels has so many headquarters (EU, Nato) and it’s a nice country to visit, everything is under 1hr by train (Bruges, Ghent)

TuiFly
1 month ago

TUIfly still flies between Miami and Brussels, but only during the summer months. Service just ended for the season.

Jonathan
1 month ago

That’s good to know. Would be nice if it could be year round. There should be a demand as well in the fall/ winter time! Not an expert so not sure what the business model is but isn’t peak tourist season in Miami from October to April, to have enough passengers come to South Florida?

Antennae
1 month ago

Vienna, Athens, Budapest, Prague

nobody
1 month ago

What is meant by major? No direct flight to Sweden yet 🙂

Anon
1 month ago

SAS has direct flights to ARN

SAS
1 month ago

SAS flies Miami-Stockholm 4 times a week.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Athens missing for the summer months. Greece became major tourist destination in Europe and i need straight flight to my homeland for my summer holidays.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Common sense, because Ireland is barely a major European country, and Israel is in Asia.

Not Nancy
1 month ago

We need a flight to BRU (Brussels) and AMS (Amsterdam).

No road, No rail, No future
1 month ago

It is nice to see, but until there are direct flights to the two most populated nations in the world, India and China, then it cannot be a world city.

wanderer34
1 month ago

There’s already plans for Qantas to connect Miami from Sydney and Melbourne. If there are flights that are planned from Miami to Australia, then a flight to Asia from more than likely. An Asian flight will happen sooner or later.

wildcard4376
29 days ago

The closest thing that Miami has right now to direct flights to Asia go straight to the Middle East.

Qatar Airways to Doha, Qatar
Emirates to Dubai, UAE
Turkish Airlines to Istanbul, Turkey
El Al to Tel Aviv, Israel

Over time, the new technologies seen on airplanes will allow people to travel such long distances.
A few years ago, EVA Airways of Taiwan showed interest in establishing a Taipei to Miami flight.
I would like to see a Seoul to Miami flight or Tokyo-Miami flight in the not to distant future.