Miami Airport Terminals and Concourses
The airport grounds are made up of three terminals and six concourses: North Terminal (Concourse D) Central Terminal (Concourse E, F, G) South Terminal (Concourse H, J)
Connection between terminals
To move between terminals, take the moving walkways on Level 3. There are also moving walkways from the Central Terminal to the MIA Mover Station that you can use to get to the Car Rental Center.
As Concourse D of the North Terminal is 1 mile long, the Skytrain travels from one end of the concourse to the other, with 4 stations (there is one every quarter mile). Use the elevators in Concourse D to go up to the Skytrain stations.
Concourse D is the only one located in this terminal with a capacity for 30 million passengers per year and consists of 45 boarding gates.
It operates with domestic and international flights, with American Airlines and American Eagle being the main airlines.
On Level 1 is the arrivals area and access to baggage claim. Passengers can find various services at this level, including taxis and other means of transportation.
On level 2, passengers will find all the check-in and Checkroom baggage area, and access to the boarding gates after the security control.
Airside (Concourse D)
The boarding gates are D1 to D60 and are located on the second level. In this room there are Duty free shops, Restaurants, Cafes, Spa, shops and other amenities and services. Also on this level is the SkyTrain (automatic passenger transporter), which allows you to move along lobby D (1.6 km) in just 5 minutes. There are 4 stations located throughout the entire satellite.
Passengers can access the parking lot or take the MIA Mover to get to the Car Rental Center or take a MetroRail, among others.
Vip lounges - Flagship Lounge - American Airlines Admirals Club D-15 - American Airlines Admirals Club D-30 - American Express Centurion
It concentrates a large part of domestic flights, being the only terminal that does not have international flights. Arrivals level On level 1 is the Arrivals area and the access to baggage claim. Passengers can find various services at this level, including taxis and other ground transportation alternatives.
It has check-in counters and security and boarding areas through concourses E, F and G. Concourse E This is where boarding gates E2 to E11 and a Satellite area with boarding gates E20 to E25 and E30, E31 and E33 are located. To get to the boarding gates, passengers must take a train located on level 4 that connects with the boarding gates from E20 to E33. In lobby E you will also find the Miami International Airport . Concourse F Lobby F has gates from F1 to F23. Concourse G Lobby G has 15 gates: G1-G12, G14-G16 and G19.
Passengers can use level 3 to access the parking lot or to take the MIA Mover to get to the Car Rental Center or take the MetroRail.
At this level you can transfer to other boarding gates.
Vip lounges - In lobby E there are the Military Hospitality Lounge, Admirals Club E and Turkish Airlines Lounge, and in concourse F Consular Lounge and Club America F.
It operates domestic and international departures and arrivals (in lobby H) with Delta Airlines being the airline with the most flights. International flight arrivals are located in lobby J.
On Level 1 there is the Arrivals hall and the access to baggage claim. There are several services here in addition to access to taxis and other means of transportation.
Check in Level
On level 2 the Check-in counters and the boarding gates are located after the security control. Concourse H It has a total of 11 boarding gates: H3-H17. Concourse J It has 15 gates, J2-J5, J7-J12 and J14 to J18 Level 3 Passengers can use level 3 to access the parking lot or to take the MIA Mover to get to the Car Rental Center or take the MetroRail.
Vip lounges - In concourse H there are Delta Airlines Sky Club and Turkish Airlines Lounge and in lobby J, The VIP Lounge (Operated by LATAM) and The Avianca Lounge.