Best Anytime fares to Florida
Cheap round-trip flights to Florida
|Dallas||Orlando||Mon, May 4 - Wed, May 13||Frontier Airlines||$118|
|Dallas||Miami||Thu, Jun 4 - Tue, Jun 9||Frontier Airlines||$98|
|Washington DC||Tampa||Tue, Apr 7 - Tue, Apr 14||Spirit Airlines||$117|
|Atlanta||Fort Lauderdale||Mon, Apr 20 - Wed, Apr 29||Frontier Airlines||$78|
|Detroit||Fort Myers||Wed, Apr 15 - Fri, Apr 17||Frontier Airlines||$118|
|Boston||West Palm Beach||Tue, Apr 14 - Tue, Apr 21||Frontier Airlines||$78|
|Washington DC||Jacksonville||Tue, Apr 14 - Wed, Apr 15||jetBlue||$118|
|Charlotte||Key West||Mon, Jul 13 - Fri, Jul 17||Silver Airways||$305|
|Washington DC||Pensacola||Wed, Apr 29 - Sat, May 2||US Airways||$215|
|Atlanta||Sarasota||Wed, Apr 22 - Sat, Apr 25||US Airways||$206|
|Louisville||Daytona Beach||Wed, Apr 29 - Tue, May 5||American Airlines||$207|
|Washington DC||Valparaiso||Tue, May 12 - Tue, May 19||US Airways||$221|
Best weekend fares to Florida
Best weekend fares to Florida
|Dallas||Orlando||Fri, May 8 - Mon, May 11||Spirit Airlines||$137|
|Dallas||Miami||Fri, May 29 - Mon, Jun 1||US Airways||$107|
|Washington DC||Tampa||Thu, Jun 18 - Mon, Jun 22||United Airlines||$137|
|Atlanta||Fort Lauderdale||Thu, May 28 - Sat, May 30||Spirit Airlines||$110|
|Detroit||Fort Myers||Thu, Dec 3 - Sun, Dec 6||Spirit Airlines||$172|
|Boston||West Palm Beach||Thu, Nov 5 - Mon, Nov 9||jetBlue||$178|
|Washington DC||Jacksonville||Thu, Aug 27 - Mon, Aug 31||jetBlue||$138|
|Charlotte||Key West||Fri, Jun 19 - Mon, Jun 22||Delta Air Lines||$308|
|Washington DC||Pensacola||Fri, Sep 11 - Mon, Sep 14||US Airways||$224|
|Atlanta||Sarasota||Thu, Jun 4 - Mon, Jun 8||Delta Air Lines||$227|
|Louisville||Daytona Beach||Thu, Jun 11 - Mon, Jun 15||Delta Air Lines||$228|
|Washington DC||Valparaiso||Fri, May 29 - Mon, Jun 1||Delta Air Lines||$224|
Orbitz has made booking inexpensive flights to Florida a breeze, so your biggest dilemma will be which beach to visit first.
Flights to Florida
Flights to Florida can be routed to most cities in Florida, but the four largest airports are in Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale. While Fort Lauderdale and Miami accept southern Florida flights, Tampa and Orlando serve central Florida. Miami International Airport is a hub for American Airlines and is the principal gateway between the United States and Latin America. Orlando International Airport is the second largest airport in Florida, following Miami, and is only six miles southeast of central Orlando. Tampa International Airport is a hub for Silver Airways and is only six miles from downtown Tampa. Fort Lauderdale International Airport is also a hub for Silver Airways, as well as a popular gateway to the Caribbean, and is only three miles from the beach. Florida flights to the panhandle area are most often routed to Tallahassee Regional Airport.
Passengers on Florida flights will want to make sure they pack two things: rain gear and sunscreen. Particularly during the summer, torrential downpours can occur at any minute, and when it is not raining the sunlight is extremely strong. Heat and humidity in the summer are high as well, and the hurricane and cyclone season peaks in August - October. For this reason, travelers may want to schedule their flights to Florida for winter months, when weather is milder and storms are less likely. Winter temperatures average 65F - 77F but fall sharply at night.
Getting Around Florida
No matter where travelers on Florida flights land, they will find copious public transportation options available. The Florida Public Transportation Association has worked tirelessly to increase transportation options statewide. It is committed to alleviating congestion on highways, providing additional jobs for citizens, and reducing Florida's impact on the environment. There are over three thousand buses operating in and between Florida's major cities, and over two hundred train cars. Miami, Orlando, and Tampa offer extensive heavy rail, bus, and trolley lines respectively, all of which have inexpensive fares. For those renting cars, be advised that Florida's toll roads are expensive and often unavoidable. Visitors will save money using public transportation, especially with the purchase of day passes for buses and trains.
Looking down on Florida's stretch of beachfront, passengers on flights to Florida may dream of spending their entire vacation with their feet in soft sands and warm waters. There is plenty to do in Florida, and popular attractions include:
- Ringling Museum Complex, the Venetian Gothic mansion-turned-museum constructed by circus titan John Ringling
- Walt Disney World, both a city and an adventure, with access to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Disney-MGM
- Clearwater Marine Aquarium, the world famous sanctuary that rescued dolphins and that sea turtles call home
- Boggy Creek Airboat Rides, a guided boat tour of the Everglades with opportunities to see wild alligators, turtles, and exotic birds
- Bahai Honda State Park, one of the best beaches in Florida for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and watching sunsets
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