Deal alert: Lisbon to Miami from £226 return with British Airways

Oct 21, 2019

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We’re seeing return flights from Lisbon (LIS) to Miami (MIA) from £226. Starting a trip in Europe can be a great way to save money, and this deal is a perfect example of why.

There are direct flights from Gatwick (LGW), Heathrow (LHR), Luton (LTN) and Stansted (STN) to Lisbon (LIS). So no matter where you are in London, there should be an easy and cheap option for you. My advice would be to fly BA, especially if you have BA Executive Club elite status. Flights to Lisbon depart from Terminal 3, which boasts some of the best lounges in all of Heathrow including the Cathay Pacific and Qantas lounges. Then, all you need to do is book an Avios economy ticket for as as little as £0.50p.

The fares are only available in April and May next year and probably won’t be around for long. To book, head to Google Flights and select British Airways as the airline of choice. Next, set the departure airport as Lisbon (LIS) and the arrival destination as Miami (MIA). Then, all you need to do is scroll through the calendar until you find a suitable set of dates with the right price for you. Finally, head to the British Airways website to complete your booking.

Airline: British Airways
Routes: LIS to MIA
Cost: £226+ return
Travel Dates: April and May

Here are some examples of what you can book:

Lisbon (LIS) to Miami (MIA) for £226 return:

Lisbon (LIS) to Miami (MIA) for £226 return:

Lisbon (LIS) to Miami (MIA) for £226 return:

H/T: Secret Flying

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