Mia airport map
Map Miami airport. Mia airport map (Florida - USA) to print. Mia airport map (Florida - USA) to download. Miami-Dade Transit operates the Airport Flyer bus which connects MIA directly to the Metrorail (Miami heavy-rail system) at Earlington Heights Station, which allows for transfers to Downtown Miami and beyond, and ends in the heart of South Beach on Lincoln Road. The bus operates seven days a week from 6am to 11pm with buses running every 30 minutes between South Beach and MIA as its shown in mia airport map. The fare costs $2.35 and takes about 30 minutes to get from MIA to South Beach, and about 10 minutes from MIA to the Metrorail. The Airport Flyer, along with all other MDT buses depart from the Ground Level of Concourse E.
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Tri-Rail, Miami commuter rail system serves MIA directly at the Miami Airport Station. Tri-Rail connects MIA to Metrorail, northern Miami-Dade, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and Palm Beach County up to West Palm Beach. Until September 12, 2011, Tri-Rail operates a shuttle which connects the rail station to MIA at the Ground Level of Concourse E as you can see in mia airport map. After September 12, 2011, the MIA Mover train opened, and allows for direct connections from the MIA terminals to the Miami Airport Station and Tri-Rail, with future connections to Amtrak, Metrorail, Greyhound Lines, the Rental Car Center and all other transit type (to be completed in 2012).
Miami International Airport has direct public transport links to Miami-Dade Transit's Metrobus network; free shuttles are also provided to and from the Miami Airport and Hialeah Market Stations on the Tri-Rail commuter rail line. Both stations are close, within a 5 minute drive from the main terminal as its mentioned in mia airport map. Miami International Airport now gets passengers from the runway to the roadway faster than ever before with the MIA Mover, a 1.25-mile-long automated people mover system between MIA and the Miami Rental Car Center that opened to the public on September 9, 2011. Soon to follow will be a new airport Metrorail station, a relocated Tri-Rail station, and an Amtrak station located within the Miami Central Station, scheduled to open in late 2011/early 2012. Taxis, shuttle services, limousines, and rental cars are currently available within the airport.
Mia airport is one of the largest in terms of cargo in the United States, and is the main connecting point for cargo between Latin America and the world. Ninety-six different carriers are involved in shifting over two billion tons of freight annually and ensuring the safe travel of almost 40 million passengers, according to the Miami International Airport corporate brochure as its shown in mia airport map. It was first in International freight and third in total freight for 2008. In 2000, LAN Cargo opened up a major operations base at the airport and currently operates one of the largest cargo facilities at the airport, second only to UPS. Most major passenger airlines, such as American Airlines use the airport to carry hold cargo on passenger flights, though most cargo is transported by all-cargo cairlines. UPS Airlines and FedEx Express both base their major Latin American operations at MIA.