Miami international airport (MIA)
Flights – final boarding calls
Information provided by third parties, and subject to change without notice. Fly-mia.com is not responsible for any error, modification or omission of data that may have been made.
Miami International Airport (IATA: MIA) serves the Miami, Florida area, with international and domestic flights and being among the most important airports in the United States (50.7 million passengers in 2022), as it represents a point of connection with many air routes in Europe and Latin America. Located 13 km (8 miles) west of Miami financial center (See Map)
Photo by Andrés Dallimonti - Unsplash
Hotel in the airport or the surroundings
The International Airport Hotel (MIA Hotel) it is located inside the airport terminal, on Concourse E, at the departures level. In turn, there are several alternatives of commuter accommodation at Miami Airport.
Miami airport is divided into three terminals: North (D), Central (E, F, G) and South (H, J). The North Terminal, also known as Blue Terminal, has a capacity for 30 million passengers per year and has a single Lobby (D) with 45 boarding gates. The Central Terminal, also known as Terminal Amarilla, has three Concourses (E, F, G) and 52 boarding gates. The South Terminal, also known as Red Terminal, has 26 boarding gates in two Concourses (H and J)
The airport has a wide variety of restaurants, fast food and cafeterias (there are a couple of options available 24 hours), as well as a wide variety of shops, including 24-hour duty free, clothing, perfumeries, souvenirs, computers, telephony and accessories. Currency exchange agencies, banking services, convenience stores, VIP rooms, prayer room, yoga room, luggage storage, medical emergencies, spa services, children's play area, etc. are also available.
Public and Private Transport
Taxi cab services:
Taxis, transfers to hotels and ride-sharing apps such as Uber or Lyft are available outside the arrivals area
Miami Beach Express Bus, Metrobus, Long-distance buses (Greyhound, Megagus). The stops are at Central Station which is accessed by the free Mia Mover, which can be taken at the 3rd level between Dolphin and Flamingo garages.
SkyTrain (transfers along concourse D), MIA Mover (connection between the airport and the central station the bus stops, trains and the Car Rental Center are), MetroRail (which stops in Miami Dade County), Tri-Rail (commuter train services connecting the airport with Fort Lauderdale y West Palm Beach)
14 companies have counters at the Car Rental Center (connected to the terminal by MIA Mover).
List of airlines operating in Miami and location of check-in counters
In North Terminal, Concourse D: Flagship Lounge, Admirals Club D-15 and D-30, American Express Centurion Lounge - Learn more
In Central Terminal, Concourse E: Turkish Airlines Lounge and Military Hospitality Lounge - Learn more
In South Terminal, Concourse J: Turkish Airlines Lounge, The VIP Lounge (operated by LATAM) and Delta Airlines Sky Club - Learn More
Dolphin Garage serves the North D and E terminals and Flamingo Garage serves the central area of terminals F and G as well as the southern part of terminals H and J. MIA Airport has Valet Parking, spaces reserved for passengers with reduced mobility, waiting lots and parking for electronic vehicles. Rates: $2.00 every 20 minutes. Maximum daily rate $25.00 (maximum rate applies after 2 hours and 40 minutes). Learn more
Luggage services: lost and found office, luggage storage services, luggage wrapping services and trolleys. Learn more
Assistance and facilities for special passengers: Wheelchair Assistance, Security Screening / TSA, pet areas, Aira app for blinds, Multi sensory waiting room, adapted restrooms and telephones. Learn more
Answer to the Frequenly asked questions made by Miami airport passengers and visitors.