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Terminals Miami Airport

Miami Airport is not only a major airport in the US, 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.


Currently, it has 6 different concourses (D, E, F, F, H and J) divided between North Terminal (Blue), Central Terminal (Yellow) and South Terminal (Red).



Transfer between terminals

All three terminals are connected to each other, distributed in a semi-circle.


In that sense, moving walkways are located in the third level. Some of them are also located in the Central Terminal and takes you to the MIA Mover Station, which leads to the Rental Car Center.


By the Elevated Skytrain, which is located at the North Terminal, passengers may connect with Concourse D, which stands for a 1-mile long concourse. It consists of four stations located between Gates D17 and D46, only taking 5 minutes. See below the stations location:


- SkyTrain Station no.1: Close to gate D17 at the easter-most end, serving gates D1-19.

- SkyTrain Station no.2: Between gates D20-25. Passengers may access to the Domestic Baggage Claim from this station.

- SkyTrain Station no.3: Grants service to gates D26-39 and gates E1-35 (Central Terminal), please note that it is possible to get to gates E10-30.

- SkyTrain Station no.4: Service to gates D40-60.


The MIA e Train also provides transportation to E gates satellite building to the main terminal.

On the other hand, the MIA Mover train stands for an automated people mover system that serves Miami Rental Car Center and MIA Airport.

Additionally, the Economy Park & Ride Shuttle takes you to and from MIA Airport level 2 to level 3.




The Terminals at Miami Airport consists of three levels:


- First level: Arrivals and Baggage Claim area. Find also here the ground transportation options to and from downtown Miami. U.S.


- Second level: Departures, check-in and ticketing. Concourses D, E, F, F, H and J can be found in this level. Valet parking, hotel shuttles and the economy park and ride shuttle are located in the second level. Access to the SkyTrain. Services: Miamamas' nursing mothers' room, indoor pet relief areas.


- Third level: Rental Car Center and Parking (Dolphin Parking, Flamingo Parking). The MIA Mover Station is also located here. Please note that some International Arrivals, the ones from Concourses D, E and F, are processed in the North Terminal level 3.




See the information below to get more details about the terminals at Miami Airport:


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).

Airlines: American Airlines and American Eagle.

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-E20, E30, E31 and E33.

Airlines: American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Interjet and Qatar.

- Concourse F: F1-F23

Airlines: Aeroflot, Aer Lingus, Air Europa, Air Italy, Avior Airlines, BOA, Cayman Airways, Eurowings, Finnair, Flair Air, Miami Air, Sunwing, Suriname Airways, Swift Air, TAP, TUIfly, Volaris, Westjet, World Atlantic, XL Airways France.

- Concourse G: G2-G19

Airlines: Aruba Airlines, Bahamasair, Eastern Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Sun Country, United Airlines.

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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.

Airlines: Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air France, Delta Air Lines, GOL, KLM, Turkish Airlines.

- Concourse J: J2-J18.

Airlines: Air Canada, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Avianca, Caribbean Airlines, COPA Airlines, El Al, GOL, LATAM, Lufthansa, SAS, Swiss International, Virgin Atlantic, VivaAir.

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