This site FLY-MIA.COM is part of the World Airports Guide project for passengers in its versions in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Project that originated in 2007 and that over the years and thanks to the efforts of collaborators, editors and users, has grown to offer a free service to passengers at different airports around the world. Today we can be proud to say that almost a thousand airports make up this great guide.
This website FLY-MIA.COM, UNDER NO ASPECT, attempts to be labeled with the title of "Official Airport Website", but represents an alternative, complementary and original option, without any desire to compete with anyone, but to offer passengers an additional source of information to that which can be found on the official airport website (https://www.miami-airport.com/) and on other websites related to the same airport.
With the desire to continue growing, we hope that FLY-MIA.COM can be of great use to the thousands of passengers that pass through Miami International Airport daily.
What to expect from FLY-MIA.COM
A guide aimed exclusively at the MIA airport passenger. Answers to the most frequently asked questions asked by the thousands of passengers who travel through Miami International Airport each day. In addition, details of the terminals and connections with the lobbies, means of mobility and available public transport, flight status, gastronomic services, shopping and the like, VIP lounges, nearby hotels and places to rest, various services and amenities, passenger facilities with reduced mobility or with special needs, information on parking, airlines currently operating and non-stop destinations.
Contents of FLY-MIA.COM
Index - General information, details of services and summary of contents
Terminals (North, Central and South)
Concourse D - Concourse E - Concourse F - Concourse G - Concourse H - Concourse J
- Baggage services and Lost and Found
- Customer Service
- Passengers with special needs