Miami International Airport is adding direct flights to Europe this winter.
On Oct. 16, Austrian Airlines will launch service to Vienna five times a week.
On Oct. 25, Turkish Airlines will begin daily flights to Istanbul, Lufthansa will increase its seasonal service to Munich to six times a week through March 26, and Swiss International Air Lines will add four flights weekly to its daily Miami-Zurich service through Nov. 30, after which three more weekly flights will be added until May 25.
On Oct. 26, Finnair will offer three weekly flights to Helsinki through March 26.
On Nov. 5, Air Berlin will begin twice-weekly service to Berlin.
And Scandinavian Airlines announced in August that it will offer nonstop service from Miami to Oslo and Copenhagen beginning next fall.
Also, beginning Oct. 25, British Airways will offer its Miami-London service aboard the larger Airbus A380 aircraft instead of its currently Boeing 747-400.
Air France also will use the A380 instead of a Boeing 777 for its daily Miami-Paris service from Oct. 25-March 25, after which time the 777 aircraft service resumes.