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Miami International Airport

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Top Miami International Airport Articles

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  • MIA has virtual assistant to help passengers

    MIA has virtual assistant to help passengers
    Miami International Airport's south terminal has a new passenger assistant named Leticia, who works 24/7 to provide information about shops, restaurants and other services. Leticia is actually a virtual assistant, a small control board accompanied by...
  • Soggy September ties record for rainy days

    Soggy September ties record for rainy days
    Orlando's century-old record of 22 rainy days in September was tied Monday when thunder and a heavy downpour made another afternoon appearance. Records going back to 1892 for Orlando rainfall indicate the last time September saw 22 days of precipitation...
  • Report: Loaded shotgun found in Miami airport bathroom

    Authorities are investigating the discovery of a loaded shotgun that was found Monday inside a bathroom at Miami International Airport, WTVJ-Ch. 6 is reporting. Additionally, two boxes of ammunition were found outside the restroom in Terminal D, the...
  • Casino Miami opens Club Rio, accompanied by gambling

    Casino Miami opens Club Rio, accompanied by gambling
    ┬áCasino Miami is opening up Club Rio this weekend, a mix of entertainment and new table games such as electronic blackjack and roulette and live poker -- while offering the area’s favorite DJ’s and bottle service. ┬áDave Jonas, Casino Miami&...
  • Fees to airlines going up at Fort Lauderdale airport

    Airlines will soon pay more to operate at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The Broward County Board of Commissioners Tuesday approved the airport's request to increase rates for landing fees, gate and terminal charges, and facility use...
  • Versailles is still cooking

    Versailles is still cooking
    The upholstered green chairs and glittering chandeliers beckon hungry tourists from everywhere. The street-side counter serves Cuban sandwiches along with a side of the day's news and political gossip. For 43 years, these have been hallmarks of...
  • Dreamliner lands at MIA; another carrier to operate A380

    Dreamliner lands at MIA; another carrier to operate A380
    Miami International Airport welcomed its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner service Sunday operated by LAN Airlines. The LAN 787 is equipped with 217 seats in economy and 30 seats in premium business, and will operate daily nonstop flights between Miami and...
  • Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion

    Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion
    A plan to expand Tri-Rail service would deliver commuters smack in the center of downtowns from West Palm Beach to Miami. A proposed Tri-Rail service, called the "Coastal Link," would use the train tracks running through coastal downtown communities...
  • Roadwork drives some common questions

    Roadwork drives some common questions
    There's road construction pretty much everywhere you look in South Florida. And along with it are questions from commuters baffled by express lanes, traffic signals and SunPass. To help you navigate through the ongoing work, here are the answers to...
  • Airlines compete over flights to Brazil

    Airlines compete over flights to Brazil
    Competition is heating up for flights between South Florida and Brazil. American Airlines this week announced its intent to begin nonstop daily service between Miami International Airport and Viracopos International Airport in Campinas, Brazil, on Dec....
  • Passport-control computer failure traps hundreds in line at MIA

    It was a bad night at Miami International Airport. First, a computer failure in the passport-control system at Miami International Airport forced hundreds of international travelers to wait much longer than usual, and caused lines that snaked back far...