Miami Getting First Ever Flights To Edmonton, Winnipeg

Canada’s Flair Airlines has announced they will be adding flights from Miami to Winnipeg, Edmonton and Toronto beginning in December.

Winnipeg and Toronto will operate twice weekly, while Edmonton will operate once per week. All flights will be operated by a 737.

They will be the first nonstop flights between Miami and Winnipeg and Edmonton.

Several other nonstop domestic flights are being added from Miami this winter, many for the first time ever. They include:

  • Buffalo (American Airlines)
  • Fort Myers (American Eagle)
  • Grand Rapids (American Eagle)
  • Greenville–Spartanburg (American Eagle)
  • Houston Hobby (American Eagle)
  • Knoxville (American Eagle)
  • Providence (American Airlines)

On the international side, the following new flights will begin this winter:

  • Georgetown, Guyana (American Airlines)
  • Pereira, Colombia (American Airlines)
  • St. Vincent- Argyle, St. Vincent and the Grenadines (American Airlines)
  • Santa Marta, Colombia (Viva Colombia)

 

 

 

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Daniel Weldy
2 years ago

Miami International Airport just keeps growing, keep up the good work. When will we have a non-stop flight from Miami International Airport to some part in Asia?

Here are some route suggestions from Miami International Airport; Portland, Maine, Portland, Oregon, Burlington, Vermont, & Lexington, Kentucky (American Airlines goes to all those airports from different airports/cities). Maybe you can also some connecting cities/routes to: Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, & Saskatoon (all cities/airports in Canada)

Daniel Weldy
2 years ago

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Anonymous
2 years ago

I would love a direct flight to Asia. It currently takes >24 hours to get to anywhere in Asia from Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

#FakeNews

Anonymous
2 years ago

OMG. I used to live in St. Vincent. Can’t believe their airport is finally open. I may have to fly AA and go back and visit.

Anonymous
2 years ago

American Miami hub must me huge

Anonymous
2 years ago

Good luck if there are IROPS.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What, did the Ghermezian family take Carlos Gimenez and Gwen Graham to Edmonton to see their mall in convincing them to support American Dream Miami?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Houston Hobby is very interesting. I wonder what the delta will be between IAH?

Anonymousg
2 years ago

MIA keeps growing.

Daniel Weldy
2 years ago

Miami International Airport just keeps growing, keep up the good work. When will we have a non-stop flight from Miami International Airport to some part in Asia?

Here are some route suggestions from Miami International Airport; Portland, Maine, Portland, Oregon, Burlington, Vermont, & Lexington, Kentucky (American Airlines goes to all those airports from different connection airports/cities). Maybe you can also some connecting cities/routes to: Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, & Saskatoon (all cities/airports in Canada)

Anonymous
2 years ago

From a geographical point of view, Asia doesn’t make sense. Take a one stop from Dallas or LAX, it’s not out of the way at all.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’ve flown to Asia via LAX about a dozen times. Going there isn’t so bad because the LAX international terminal is a pretty nice place to wait for your connection, but coming home is rough. You have to wait for your connection in the crowded domestic terminals and catch a red-eye home. Also, the customs lines are always huge.

It is one of the least convenient travel itineraries you can book.

Polo
2 years ago

There is already non stop flights from Miami to Asia. These flights go to Doha and Tel-Aviv on the western part of the continent.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah I know, but what I’m trying to say is that we need more connecting routes from Miami International Airport to other parts of Asia.

Anonymous
2 years ago

if you want to get technical, both tel aviv and doha are in the middle east. i think these people are referring to the Orient when they are talking about Asia

Anonymous
2 years ago

The best flight they have added was MIA Savannah, GA which started running in June 2018. Flights have been packed and selling out which is always good news.