Non-stop flights to Madrid are available from Miami International Airport aboard Spanish airline Air Europa 4 times each week. The service began on March 23, 2010 and is in addition to Air Europa’s non-stop flights from JFK airport in New York to Madrid.
In addition, Air Europa is scheduled to begin non-stop flights from Miami to Tenerife in the Canary Islands on June 19, 2010.
The service from Miami provides convenience to travelers in southern Florida who can now fly non-stop to southern Europe. Connections from Madrid on Air Europa are available to many cities in Spain in addition to Rome, Paris, Milan, Prague, Tunis and Budapest.
Additionally, Air Europa is part of the SkyTeam airline alliance and offers code-share flights on Air France, KLM, Alitalia and Continental.
Checking the pricing on Air Europa’s flights to Madrid from Miami during the high summer season in 2010 (the end of May through the first week in September), there were still some cheap flights to Europe available. A random check of the cost of a flight from Miami revealed it was over $400 less than the Air Europa flight from JFK for similar dates.
Considering cheap airfare to Europe is expected to be almost impossible to find as the high season approaches, if you’re planning your summer vacation, check out flights to Madrid from Miami on Air Europa before the costs increase.