Miami international airport (MIA)
Flights – final boarding calls
Frequenly Asked Questions (FAQs)
- How to move between the terminals and the central station?
- What’s the best way to get to South Beach?
- Where to wait for the UBER?
- What to do in case a long layover?
- Is there any direct connection between MIA airport and Orlando parks and hotels?
- Is there any direct connection to Fort Lauderdale Airport?
- What to do in case of losing personal belongings at the airport?
- Where to find the information desks?
- Is there free Wifi internet access?
- Is there any hotel inside MIA Airport?
- How much does it cost to park at MIA Airport?
- Is there any breastfeeding room?
- Is there a smoking area?
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 (45.9 million passengers in 2019), 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) The airport has three terminals North (Concourse D), Central (E, F, G) and South (H, J)
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 (connection between the terminals), 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)
15 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 Concourse J: The Avianca Lounge after the security checkpoint in front of J4
Latam VIP Lounge after the security check point, near Gate J-3
In lounge H: Delta Airlines Sky Club level 2, after checkpoints.
In lounge D: Flagship Lounge After the Security Checkpoint, Terminal D, in front of Gate D-34
Admirals Club After the Security Checkpoint, Terminal D, in front of Gate D-15
American Express Centurion Lounge close Gate D-12
In lounge E: Military Hospitality Lounge 2nd level
See Lounges BOOKING A LOUNGE PASS
The Miami 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.
Currency exchange services
There are currency exchange counters in all terminals, as well as ATMs and a Bank of America branch.
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 $17.00 (maximum rate applies after 2 hours and 40 minutes).
Eating and Shopping
For eating and drinking, the airport has a variety of restaurants, fast food, cafes and bars. For shopping, there are big-ranked shops in all the concourses, plus Duty Free.
Luggage services: lost and found office, luggage storage services, luggage wrapping services and trolleys
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. See more