Miami airport arrivals
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Recommendations after arriving at Miami airport
Carry on luggage
Don’t forget to pick up all your belongings from the airfcraft.
If you’ve checked luggage, go to the baggage claim area and look for the carousel that corresponds to your flight. In some cases there may be two flights sharing the same carousel. If your luggage is missing, go to your airline counter. View airlines at MIA airport
Follow the signage to do migrations. If you are a foreigner, depending on your nationality, you will need to present a passport and visa (as applicable) and hotel reservation or address and phone number and name of the person where you will stay: Get ready for some questions that may be asked (they do not always ask) and just refuse to answer what they ask without giving additional explanations that may compromise you.
After you leave U.S. Customs at North D and Central E terminals, you’ll be at level 1. If you go out in South Terminal J, you’ll be on the 3rd level. There take the elevator up to the 2th level to connect with other airlines or parking garages. Use the Skyride on the 3rd level to connect between terminals, parking garages and MIA Mover station. From there, Mia Mover takes you to the car rental center, train and bus services. You can find ground transportation on the 1st level. If you expect a connecting flight and arrive in the early hours, the airport has 24-hour dining and shopping services available.
For further information check out the Frequenly Asked Questions (Faqs)