Miami International Airport

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Miami International Airport
Location Miami, FL
Founded 1928
Terminals 3
Runways 4
Passenger Movement (2018) 45,044,312
Aircraft Movement (2018) 416,032[1]
Website
www.iflymia.com

Miami International Airport (IATA: MIA) is an airport in Miami, Florida. It is the 13th busiest airport in the United States.

Miami International Airport is a hub for American Airlines.

Terminals

Miami International Airport has 3 terminals with multiple concourses.

North Terminal

The North Terminal (also known as Blue Terminal) consists of 51 gates in a single concourse. Two American Airlines Admirals Clubs are located in this terminal. The SkyTrain provides transportation across the terminal.

Central Terminal

The Central Terminal (also known as Yellow Terminal) consists of 52 gates over 3 concourses. Gates E20-E33 are located in a satellite concourse connected by the MIA E Train.

South Terminal

The South Terminal (also known as Red Terminal) consists of 28 gates over 2 concourses.

Airlines Served

North Terminal

Central Terminal

Concourse E

Concourse F

Concourse G

South Terminal

Concourse H

Concourse J

Cargo

Transportation

Airport Car Rental

Rental car facilities are located off-site at the Miami Intermodal Center. Rental services are provided by Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, E-Z Rent a Car, Hertz, National, Payless, P & P Family Auto Rental, Royal, Sixt and Thrifty.

Parking

The airport has 4 terminal parking lots and a cell phone lot. Valet service is available curbside at each garage.

Lot Each 20 Min 24 Hr Max
Dolphin (North Terminal) $2.00 $17.00
Flamingon (Central and South) $2.00 $17.00

Public Transportation Airport Links

Support Fleet

Miami International Airport maintains a support fleet of vehicles and buses to maintain services and transport passengers around the airport.

Active

Fleet
number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
M-13, M-14, M-15 2011 Glaval Entourage
37-45 2003 Gillig Phantom 40'
(C27D102N4)
Cummins ISL
  • Some units retired.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.
46-54 2004 Gillig Phantom 40'
(C29D102N4)
Cummins ISL Voith D864.3E
  • Some units retired.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.
55-58 2006 Gillig Phantom 40'
(C29D102N4)
Cummins ISL Voith D864.5
  • Some units retired.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.
59-60 2008 Gillig Phantom 40'
(C27D102N4)
Cummins ISL Voith D864.5
  • Some units retired.
  • View the series page for detailed disposition info.
61-63 2009 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL
64-66 2013 Gillig Low Floor 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9

Retired

Fleet
number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
M-8, M-9, M-10 2004 Blue Bird Ultra LMB Cummins ISB Allison
M-11, M-12 2009 Chevrolet
ElDorado National
G3500
Aerotech
GM Duramax 6.6L
20-21 1991 Flxible Metro "C"
(40102-6T)
Cummins L10 Voith D863.2
26-29 1993 Flxible Metro "D"
(40102-6C8)
Cummins C8.3 Voith D863.2
30-36 1993 Flxible Metro "D"
(40102-4D)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison V731
8001-8009 1980 GMDD T8H-5307A Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730
  • One unit sold to Community Coach in 1998.
  • Operated by American Sightseeing Tours/American Bus Lines.
8010-8017 1985 GMDD T8H-5307A Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730 Operated by American Sightseeing Tours/American Bus Lines.

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