Frontier $106 SNA–Miami or AA, DL, UA LAX to Miami $216–$240 round trip

A British Airways inflight magazine September article: All Through the Night major cities listed Miami as a true 24-hour city. Some of the other cities featured came up short.

  • Sydney, Australia 16 hours
  • Stockholm, Sweden 18 hours
  • London, UK 19 hours
  • Hong Kong 20 hours
  • New York 21 hours
  • Miami 24 hours

That description of Miami stuck in my head. You can test it out in October or November with $216.20 round trip tickets flying nonstop Los Angeles LAX to Miami MIA. Who cares about the flight schedule. Miami is 24 a hour city.

Los Angeles was not mentioned in the article, so if you want to do your own survey and get out of Miami, give Los Angeles a try.

American Airlines  Los Angeles LAX – Miami MIA (nonstop)

$216.20  Tuesday October 16 – Saturday October 17

LAX-MIA $216 AA Oct 13-17

This fare appeared two weeks ago with far more availability for September to December and United flights too. San Francisco is about $50 more.

Fare availability: Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday in October.

Airlines: Delta and United have similar fares.


United Airlines  Los Angeles LAX – Newark EWR – Miami MIA

$233.20  Tuesday October 13 – Friday October 16

LAX-MIA $233 UA Oct 13-16


Delta Airlines  Los Angeles LAX – Miami MIA – Atlanta ATL – LAX

$244.70  Monday November 2 – Saturday November 7

LAX-MIA $244 Nov2-7

Frontier has a very low $106 round trip from Orange County SNA to Miami via Denver on these same dates.

Frontier Airlines Orange County SNA – Denver DEN – Miami MIA

$105.20  round trip Monday November 2 – Saturday November 7

SNA-MIA $106 Frontier Nov 2-7

This Frontier deal is hard to beat.

Loyalty Traveler curated September Airfare Deals and Google Flights tutorials.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined in 2008.

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