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Miami International Airport

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  • 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....
  • Tuesday: Has airport security improved?

    Tuesday: Has airport security improved?
    People are getting through security checkpoints at South Florida airports quicker. But are they getting through safer? It now takes an average of 10 minutes to get through the security checkpoints. In 2007, it sometimes took an hour or more....
  • New South Florida hotels bring buzz, options

    New South Florida hotels bring buzz, options
    The newest hotels in South Florida are already making a name for themselves. Open just since March, the Metropolitan by COMO, Miami Beach has earned the top spot for the city on TripAdvisor, followed in second place by another newcomer, The Redbury...
  • More Americans to travel for July Fourth, AAA says

    Many more Americans will be watching fireworks away from home this Independence Day. About 41 million travelers will travel 50 miles or more during the Fourth of July holiday weekend, up 1.9 percent from the 40.3 million people who traveled last year,...
  • Accused Spanish drug lord convicted in Miami for drug money laundering

    Accused Spanish drug lord convicted in Miami for drug money laundering
    MIAMI (Reuters) - The head of a transatlantic cocaine smuggling ring dubbed 'Los Miami' has been convicted of laundering more than $26 million in the United States through multimillion-dollar waterfront condos and exotic sports cars. Alvaro Lopez...
  • 3 ways a Titusville Logistics Center could serve Central Florida

    3 ways a Titusville Logistics Center could serve Central Florida
    Real estate firm Flagler is pushing ahead with plans to build a new cargo handling facility, Titusville Logistics Center, near the Space Coast Regional Airport. Robert Richter, VP of business development with Coral Gables-based Flagler, said there are...
  • New airline on tap for MIA in 2015

    New airline on tap for MIA in 2015
    Miami International Airport will welcome international carrier Thomas Cook Airlines in May 2015, airport officials announced recently. Thomas Cook plans to operate twice-weekly flights between Miami and Manchester, England. The seasonal flights...
  • Brazil's Azul airlines eyes South Florida airports as part of U.S. launch in 2015

    For South Floridians with ties to Brazil, a new avenue for traveling to the country known for its samba dance, Rio Carnival showcase and strong U.S. trade relations could soon open up. Azul Brazilian Airlines announced Wednesday it plans to launch...
  • SunRail commuter train practicing now, starts for real May 1

    SunRail commuter train practicing now, starts for real May 1
    By now, it would seem that just about anyone living or working in downtown Orlando or any town north to DeBary in Volusia County has seen the brightly colored SunRail commuter train rolling along the tracks. Back and forth the locomotive and two...
  • Fetish model in animal torture porn case granted bond

    Fetish model in animal torture porn case granted bond
    A fetish model charged with animal cruelty after making a series of porn videos that depicted the decapitation of chickens and deaths of other barnyard animals has been granted bond, the Miami Herald reports. Stephanie Hird, 29, a South Florida...
  • 'Shooters' band together to keep MIA safe

    'Shooters' band together to keep MIA safe
    They love to hang out at airports and shoot planes – with cameras. Now a band shutterbugs is shoring up security at Miami International Airport by informing law enforcement anytime they spot something or someone suspicious. They have been...