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Miami International Airport

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  • Northwest airliner crash bolstered air safety

    Northwest airliner crash bolstered air safety
    Northwest Orient Flight 705, a four-engine Boeing 720 jetliner, took off from Miami International Airport into a sky full of boiling thunderstorms, broke apart and plunged into the Everglades 42 miles southwest of the airport. All 43 people onboard...
  • MIA to welcome Lufthansa's new 747-8 aircraft Thursday

    Nearly two years after Lufthansa brought the world's largest passenger aircraft — the Airbus 380 — to Miami International Airport, the German airline is gearing up for another milestone there. Thursday, Lufthansa will debut its Boeing 747-...
  • Caroline Reid's "Pam Ann - the Cockpit" promises to be a bumpy ride

    Caroline Reid's "Pam Ann - the Cockpit" promises to be a bumpy ride
    Kitschy air hostess Pam Ann does not have a passport. But Caroline Reid, the Australian comedienne who plays the raunchy retro character does, and that means she can bring the R-rated comedy show “Pam Ann — the Cockpit” to the Colony...
  • World’s largest airliner, A-380, visits Orlando International Airport

     
    The world's largest airliner, an A-380, made an unscheduled visit to Orlando International Airport Sunday afternoon, only the second time the big plane set down here since being approved in 2007. The Lufthansa Airline plane with 524 people on board from...
  • TSA thefts? Well, yes, but don't forget the good, TSA rep says

     
    TSA arrest: As another incident -- an alleged theft of $5,000 at JFK airport -- casts TSA officers in a negative light, a spokeswoman stands up for their integrity....
  • What happens to unclaimed and lost luggage? Travel Channel shows us in “Baggage Battles”

     
    People who travel and check bags regularly are probably most familiar with witnessing this unclaimed luggage phenomenon. You know — those bags that circle the luggage carousel again and again and never get claimed, where eventually an airport worker...
  • Doing the airport security checkpoint dance

     
    ??Yesterday's story about??an investigation into the theft of a traveler's $6,500 Rolex watch??at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport prompted readers to send along their tips, via??Facebook,??for protecting personal property as it travels??...
  • “Airport 24/7: Miami” touches down on Travel Channel

     
    Anybody who travels with any frequency knows the routine. You’re in the line to get searched by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). You take off your coat, your shoes and maybe your belt as well, put it all into tubs and shove it on...
  • Rock band leader lived the high life on fake loans, feds say

     
    A West Hollywood rocker was in federal custody Friday after prosecutors charged him with fraudulently representing he lived the high life so he could rake in $6.25 million in bank loans....
  • Super Bowl XLV Watch Guide: 21 Places To See the Big Game in South Florida

    ALE HOUSE The local outposts of this five-state chain serve wine, liquor and 75 kinds of beer, as well as steaks, seafood, burgers and sandwiches. Specials: Every Ale House location will host a party that starts at 5 p.m. and runs until “the last...
  • Solo all-nighter at South Beach

    Solo all-nighter at South Beach
    My two jobs collided this past weekend in a very auspicious way. The music critic was dispatched to write about Paul McCartney's big concert at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, while the travel writer was assigned to make the most of that corporate travel...