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Miami Airport Informational Guide to Miami Airport (MIA) - NON OFFICIAL

Miami Airport Terminals

Miami Airport is not only a major airport in the US, but it is also an airport of a worldwide scale, ranked between the 25th busiest airports in the globe.

Regarding its size, it stands for a large airport, which its infrastructures and facilities are huge and complex.

Miami International Airport (MIA) has three terminals and 6 concourses. 

The three terminals are connected, distributed in a semi-circle within the same building. 

North Terminal (Blue)

Miami International Airport North Terminal is home of Concourse D, being the main hub for Caribbean and Latin America services.

Boarding gates: D1-D60 (45 gates).

Passengers may transfer to their boarding gates in Concourse D by the SkyTrain within 5 minutes.

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Central Terminal (Yellow)

Miami International Airport Central Terminal hosts Concourses E, F and G.

Boarding gates: (52 gates)

- Concourse E: E2-E11, Satellite gates: E20-E21, E30, E31 and E33
- Concourse F: F1-F23
- Concourse G: G2-G19

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South Terminal (Red)

Miami International Airport South Terminal handles Concourse H and Concourse J.

Boarding gates: (28 gates)

- Concourse H: H3-H17.
- Concourse J: J2-J18.

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transfer between terminals 

The free MIA Mover connects the airport with Miami Intermodal Center, where the car rental facility and bus terminal has relocated.

The MIC also houses the airport Metrorail station and Tri-Rail terminal.


To get to the MIA Mover, passengers need to take it at the third level, in the central terminal.