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Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport
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Scan through all non-stop flights from Miami to Fort-de-France. The full flight schedule below gives an overview of all non-stop flights from MIA to FDF, which includes the daily timetable of every operating airline for the upcoming 12 months.
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Currently, there is only one airline operating non-stop flights from Miami MIA to Fort-de-France FDF, which is American Airlines. This section gives an overview of the flight schedules and timetables of every airline with direct flights for this route.
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Flights from MIA to FDF are operated 3 times a week, with an average of 1 flight per day. All flights depart at 10:30.
You can fly in Economy and Business Class. Premium Economy and First Class are not available on this route (at least not as a non-stop flight).
The fastest direct flight from Miami to Fort-de-France takes 3 hours and 23 minutes. The flight distance between Miami and Fort-de-France is 912 miles (or 1,467 km).
There is 1 airport in Fort-de-France: Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport (FDF).
There are 3 flights per week flying from Miami to Fort-de-France (as of August 2021).
3 hours and 23 minutes is the average flight time from Miami to Fort-de-France.
The distance from Miami to Fort-de-France is 912 miles (1,467 kilometers).
American Airlines is the only airline flying nonstop from Miami to Fort-de-France.
OneWorld is currently the only alliance flying nonstop from Miami to Fort-de-France.
You can fly non-stop in Economy and Business Class.
Aircraft types that fly from Miami to Fort-de-France:
The earliest flight departs at 10:30 from Miami and arrives at 14:10 at Fort-de-France.
The latest flight departs at 10:30 from Miami and arrives at 14:10 at Fort-de-France.
912 miles (1,467 km) · 3h 23m
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