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Miami Airport - MIA

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Miami Airport, known officially as Miami International Airport or MIA (IATA: MIA, ICAO: KMIA, FAA LID: MIA) is the main international airport serving Miami and located 8 miles (13 km) northwest of downtown Miami, United States.

 

Miami airport is the primary airport in South Florida and is between the 10th busiest airports in US by annual passenger count.
Miami airport is the primary airport in South Florida and is between the 10th busiest airports in US by annual passenger count.
In 2015 MIA airport handled more than 44M passengers, a record for the main airport in South Florida.
In 2017 MIA Airport handled 44,071,313 passengers, a record for the main airport in South Florida.
Miami airport has a Main Terminal with 6 concourses (D, E, F, G, H, J) lettered counter-clockwise.
Miami airport has a Main Terminal with 6 concourses (D, E, F, G, H, J) lettered counter-clockwise.
The terminal is divided in three zones: North Terminal (Blue), Central Terminal (Yellow) and South Terminal (Red).
The terminal is divided in three zones: North Terminal (Blue), Central Terminal (Yellow) and South Terminal (Red).
To go and back from Miami city or surroundings there are many options as Metrorail, Bus, Miami Beach Airport Express, Tri-Rail, taxi, shuttles or car rental.
To and from Miami city or surroundings there are many options as Metrorail, Bus, Miami Beach Airport Express, Tri-Rail, taxi, shuttles or car rental.
It stands for South Florida's main airport not only for international flights, also for long-haul ones, and a hub for Southeastern United States. MIA Airport is the largest gateway between the US, Latin America and Europe. American Airlines has its primary gateway here to Caribbean, Central American, and South America. It is also a domestic hub for domestic and regional flights owned by American Eagle. It is nowadays the 40th busiest airport worlwide in terms of passengers and the one that handles more international cargo than other in the US, being a hub for cargo carriers UPS Airlines and FedEx Express.
Miami Airport has 4 runways and is able to accommodate the Airbus A380 jumbo jet. In 2017 Miami airport reached the milestone of 44,071,313 passengers, an authentic record for the main airport in South Florida which provides long-haul international flights and domestic flights. MIA airport is between the 10th busiest airports in US by annual passenger count. The top three busiest national destinations are New York, Atlanta and Chicago. About the busiest international destinations, the top three are Buenos Aires, London and São Paulo.

 

Terminal information

Miami Airport has a Main Terminal with 6 concourses (D, E, F, G, H and J), which are named 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 belongs to the North Terminal Development project.

 

North Terminal (Blue)
Central Terminal (Yellow)
South Terminal (Red)

 

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Concourses

See below more information about the concourses at Miami Airport Terminal:

- 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.

- Concourse E: has 18 gates: E2, E4–E11, E20–E25, E30, E31 and E33. Serves oneworld member airlines. 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 a 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 a bus station.

 

- 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 a bus station

 

- Concourse J: has 15 gates: J2–J5, J7–J12 and J14–J18. It was opened in 2007 and it’s the newest concourse in 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 a bus station.

 

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Transportation at MIA Airport

To get to and from Miami Airport, passengers have at their disposal the means of transportation displayed below:

 

- Metrorail: MIA Airport is served by Metrorail Orange Line. The trip to Dadeland south just takes 15 minutes. It is required to take the MIA Mover to get straight to Miami Airport Station, from where Metrorail services depart.

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- Metrobus: Miami Airport Metrobus serves MIA Airport with 7 routes: 7, 37, 42, 57, 110, 150 and 238. Please note that all services depart from Miami Airport Metrorail Station.

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- Miami Beach Airport Express: It stands for an express service from Miami Airport to Miami Beach (from 41st Street to South Pointe Drive). It’s available from 06:00 a.m. to 11:40 p.m. 7 days a week and provides service every 30 minutes.

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- Tri-Rail: A rail system which joints MIA Airport with northern Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward counties.

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- Taxi: Transfer to downtown Miami within 15 minutes and to Miami Beach within 16 minutes by taxi or supershuttle.

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- MIA Mover train: MIA Mover stands for an automated people mover system between the Miami Rental Car Center (service lobby just east of Le Jeune Road) and MIA Airport.

 

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Car Rental

There’s a new Rental Car service in Miami Airport where are all the rental car companies are located. To get there, please take the MIA Mover from the main terminal to Miami Central Station.

 

You can also rent a car through our search engine here.

 

Contact information

Address: 1640 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33142, USA
Telephone:+1 305-876-7000
Trip Planning & Customer Service:+1 305-891-3131

 

Lost and Found center

Located at level 4, North Terminal D, in the Miami Airport Terminal. Opening hours: Daily, from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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