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Miami Airport, known officially as Miami International Airport or MIA (IATA: MIA, ICAO: KMIA) is located 8 miles (13 km) northwest of downtown Miami, United States.
The airport serves the Miami area, in United States and also the unincorporated area in Miami-Dade County (Florida) and Fontainebleau neighborhood. MIA airport serves as a hub for its regional affiliate American Eagle, and Eastern Air Lines; cargo carriers UPS Airlines and FedEx Express; and charter airline Miami Air. It is also the American Airlines’ primary Latin American gateway.
Miami airport has a Main Terminal with 6 concourses (D, E, F, G, H and J) lettered counter-clockwise. Baggage removal tapes are located on the lower level and checkup and exit doors are located on the upper level. The terminals are divided in three sections: North terminal (Blue) and includes Concourse D. The; Central Terminal (Yellow) and includes Concourses E, F and G; South Terminal (Red) includes Concourse H and J. Concourses A, B and C forms part as the North Terminal Development project.
North Terminal (Blue)
Concourse D: has 45 gates: D1-D12, D14-D17, D19-D25, D29-D33, D37-D40, D42-D51, D53, D55 and D60. It has a bus station.
Central Terminal (Yellow): 52 gates in total.
Concourse E: has 18 gates: E2, E4–E11, E20–E25, E30, E31 and E33. Serves oneworld member airlines British Airways, Air Berlin, Iberia, Finnair and Qatar and also some American Airlines flights. It has two bus stations.
Concourse F: has 9 gates: F3–F12 and F14–F23. A part of the level 1 of the concourse is used for domestic baggage claim and cruise line counters. The level 2 provides check-in facilities for European airlines. It has one bus station.
Concourse G: has 15 gates: G2–G12, G14–G16, and G19. It is the only concourse in MIA airport that does not serve international arrivals. It has one bus station.
South Terminal (Red): 28 gates in total.
Concourse H: has 13 gates: H3–H12, H14, H15 and H17. Delta Air Lines uses all but one of the gates on the west side of the concourse. It has one bus station
Concourse J: has 15 gates: J2–J5, J7–J12 and J14–J18. Was opened in 2007 and it’s the newest concourse in the Miami airport. Once the North Terminal is completed, oneworld member airlines will be housed in Concourse D (North Terminal), with Star Alliance members and SkyTeam in Concourses H and J. It has one bus station.
Metrorail: Orange Line. Metrobus Routes Serving MIA: 7, 37, 42, 57, 110 (J), 150 (Miami Beach Airport Flyer), 238 (East-West Connection), 338 (Weekend Express), 297 (27th Avenue Orange MAX) and 133 (Airport-Tri-Rail Shuttle).
Bus: Miami-Dade Transit operates the popular Airport Flyer bus which connects Miami airport to South Beach.
Miami Beach Airport Express: from Miami Airport to Miami Beach (from 41st Street to South Pointe Drive). It’s available from 6 a.m. to 11:40 p.m. 7 days a week and provides services every 30 minutes.
MIA Mover train: an automated people mover system between the Miami Rental Car Center (service lobby just east of Le Jeune Road) and MIA airport.
Tri-Rail: a rail system which connects MIA airport to northern Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward counties.
Taxis and shuttles: You can pick up a taxi or a shuttle at the Miami Central Station or at the ground floor Arrivals in MIA airport.
Rental car: There’s a new Rental Car service in Miami airport where are all the rental companies. To arrive there, take the Mia Mover from the airport to Miami Central Station.
Address: 2100 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126, United States
Trip Planning & Customer Service:+1 305-891-3131
Located at level 4 in the Miami Airport terminal. Opening hours: from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. daily.1