Florida Miami Private Jet Charter

Miami International Airport, also known as MIA and historically as Wilcox Field, is the primary airport serving the greater Miami metropolitan area with more than 1,000 daily flights to 167 domestic and international destinations, including most countries in Latin America. The airport is located in Miami-Dade County, 13 km northwest of downtown Miami, in an unincorporated area adjacent to the cities of Miami and Miami Springs and the village of Virginia Gardens.

In 2021, Miami International Airport surpassed John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City to become the busiest international cargo airport in the US and the busiest gateway for international passengers in the US. By 2021, it is the 10th busiest airport in the US with 17,500,096 passengers. It is the busiest airport in Florida by total aircraft operations, total cargo traffic, private jet passengers and total passenger traffic. The airport is American Airlines’ third largest hub and serves as its primary gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean. Miami also serves as a focus city for Avianca, Frontier Airlines and LATAM for both passenger and cargo operations.

Miami International Airport covers an area of 1,335 hectares. It is South Florida’s main airport for long-haul international flights and is a hub for the Southeastern United States with passenger and cargo flights to cities in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia. It is the largest gateway between the US and Latin America and the Caribbean and one of the largest airline hubs in the country.

United States of America private jet charter prices

Although Miami Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Florida are as follows.

Heavy Jet116.100 EUR
Long Range Jet131.950 EUR
VIP Airliner175.650 EUR
Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 seats), VIP Airliner (17-60 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

General history of Miami Airport

The airport opened in 1928 as Pan American Field and served as a base for Pan American Airways Corporation, headquartered on the north side of the current airport. Pan Am shifted most of its operations to its seaplane base at Dinner Key after acquiring the New York, Rio and Buenos Aires line, so Pan Am Field was little used until Eastern Air Lines began operations there in 1934, followed by National Airlines in 1935.

Pan Am and Eastern remained the principal users of Miami Airport until 1991, when both airlines were forced to cease operations due to bankruptcy proceedings. Their hubs at MIA were taken over by United Airlines and American Airlines.

For many years, the airport was a frequently used transfer airport for passengers traveling between Europe and Latin America. However, after September 11, 2001, stricter visa requirements for foreigners in transit led to a sharp decline in this function of Miami Airport. On July 31, 2012, the airport opened a new arrivals area to reduce arrival times.

Attractions in Miami

Miami is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. The city offers both natural beauty and historical sites. In addition, Miami’s Latin culture is a big attraction for visitors. Here are some of the places to visit in Miami:

Miami Beach is one of Miami’s most popular tourist attractions. It is known for its long white sandy beaches, bright turquoise sea, colorful hotels and vibrant nightlife. South Beach is the most popular area of Miami Beach and is famous for its Art Deco architecture. It is the ideal place to take a stroll, swim in the sea or watch the sunset.

Little Havana is the perfect area for visitors who want to discover Miami’s Cuban culture. Here you can discover Cuban music, delicious food, cigarettes and Cuban art. You can also visit the street art and art galleries on the main street, Calle Ocho.

The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a must-visit in Miami. This historic Italian villa was completed in 1914 and has a large garden overlooking Biscayne Bay. The rich art collection in the interiors and the ancient sculptures in the gardens leave visitors mesmerized.

Miami airport transportation details

Miami International Airport is located nine kilometers northwest of downtown Miami and Miami City Hall. The passenger terminals connect to Florida State Route 953, Florida State Route 948 passes north of the airport, Florida State Route 826 passes west of the airport and Florida State Route 836 passes south of the airport. US Highway 27 passes northeast of the airport and Florida State Route 112 begins northeast of the airport.

Miami International Airport is accessible by rail, elevated train and bus. Passenger terminals are connected to Miami Airport Station via the MIA Mover people mover. Tri-Rail, Metrorail Orange Line and numerous Metrobus lines stop at the station. There are also plans to relocate Amtrak’s Silver Meteor and Silver Star lines to Miami Airport Station.

Taxis are available at the port exit as well as offices of different car rental companies within the port.