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Reviewed on May 3, 2021
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Reviewed on Mar 15, 2021
Wasn't able to sit with my husband during either flight from SNA to DFW and DFW to FLL. The flights were 6 hours total and starts vacation in less than a positive note.
Travelers over 300 pounds should not be seated on both sides of a 135 pound girl
would be nice to have a bit of movement like a mild recline on the seats.
Other than not being able to sit together on the connecting flight everything went well
|Number of Daily Flights||25|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 19|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 20|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Dallas/Ft Worth International (DFW) is the largest airport serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area and is the biggest hub in the country for American Airlines. The airport is reachable via highways 114, 121 and 183. Typical flight times are three to five hours in duration to Miami International Airport (MIA), and upon landing, transportation is conveniently available on highways 826, 836, 27, 112 and Interstate 95.
The Miami Dolphins of the National Football League play their home games here in Sun Life Stadium, and the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association play their home games at American Airlines Arena. Miami Beach is an island just offshore which is connected to the mainland by bridges, and which has some of the great beaches in the region, as well as a popular Art-Deco District.
Bayside Marketplace is home to more than 150 boutiques and specialty shops, very popular with visitors. The Vizcaya Museum and Gardens features a mansion built in 1916, which is centered on a well-maintained courtyard and garden area, and has 34 rooms. Little Havana is known for its distinctive Cuban atmosphere and cultural appeal.
Miami has hot, humid summers, with temperatures averaging in the high 80s and low 90s, while winters usually dip into the 50s and 60s. From May through October, Miami receives most of its rainfall, and this can be abundant at times, so pack accordingly if you visit during this timeframe.