MIA

Miami FL International

About The Airport

MIA is South Florida's main airport for long-haul international flights and is one of the country's busiest airports - it's also the largest gateway between the US and Latin America. It has 3 terminals in a single building: North (Concourse D), Central (Concourses E, F and G) and South (Concourses H and J).
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Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

The airport is 12km from downtown Miami.

Taxi - taxis wait on the Arrivals (ground) level outside Baggage Claim. Private sedans, SUVs, shared ride vans and non-stop vans are available from the SuperShuttle service. Reserve on the airport website.

Bus - the Miami Beach bus runs to and from Miami Beach every 30 minutes. Metro Bus operates 6 bus lines connecting the airport and the wider area.

Train - Metrorail's Orange Line and Green Line connect Miami International Airport with a range of destinations across the area. There's also the Tri-Rail service, which links the airport with Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Hotel shuttle - pick-up and drop-off areas are on the upper Departures level.

Car rental - a shuttle bus runs from the MIA Mover Station (which can be accessed from the Central Terminal) to the Rental Car Center.

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Parking

The parking lots are next to the terminal buildings. The Dolphin Garage serves the North Terminal, and the Flamingo Garage the others. Accessible parking is on the ground and third floor of each garage.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

All 3 terminals are in one interconnected building, but distances can be long to walk. A people mover operates along the length of the North Terminal (Concourse D).

The Miami International Airport Hotel is on Concourse E in the Central Terminal and has day rooms available.

Healthy Travel Tip

If you're looking to stretch and unwind, there's a yoga room in Concourse H, South Terminal.

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