Deal Alert: London to Miami From £260 Return

Aug 13, 2019

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Miami is the perfect destination to escape the impending doom of winter. And thanks to Norwegian and Virgin Atlantic, you can get there for a very reasonable price. Even in October and November, temperatures hover around the mid-20s — the palm trees, beaches and cocktails are calling your name.

In terms of what the airlines offer, both of their basic fares don’t include baggage. Virgin, however, does include an in-flight meal whilst Norwegian does not. Other factors to consider is that Norwegian flies from Gatwick (LGW) and Virgin from Heathrow (LHR).

To book the Norwegian flights, head to the airline’s website for its very easy-to-use calendar where you can find the dates that work for you.

To book the Virgin flights, click here.

Airline: Norwegian, Virgin Atlantic
Routes: LGW/LHR to MIA
Cost: £260+ return
Travel Dates: September to November 2019

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London Gatwick (LGW) to Miami (MIA) for £260 return:

London Gatwick (LGW) to Miami (MIA) for £260 return:

London Heathrow (LHR) to Miami (MIA) for £303 return:

London Heathrow (LHR) to Miami (MIA) for £303 return:

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