Intruders have breached fences and gates surrounding Florida’s four busiest airports almost 40 times since 2004.
If your summer vacation plans include a flight, be warned, some airlines are making changes and if you are not careful, you could end up missing your plane.
As a powerful Nor’easter moves up the East Coast, thousands of travelers are finding themselves stuck in airports, their flights a ‘snow go’, if you pardon the pun.
A south terminal at Miami International Airport was temporarily evacuated Wednesday morning after something suspicious was found at a check point.
If you’ve ever been to Miami International Airport, you know just how busy it can get. Last year they set a record.
Adding to the already hectic pace at Miami International Airport, an upper level concourse had to be evacuated Monday after a suspicious item was found in a bag.
As the holidays arrive, you might be concerned about your holiday hustle becoming a hassle.
Approximately 100,000 travelers pass through Miami International Airport on a daily basis. To get them where they are going safely, and on time, it takes a virtual city of employees.
International passengers arriving at Miami International Airport on American Airlines and other airlines in concourses D, E and F on Tuesday were the first pass through the new three-level, 400,000-square-foot international arrivals facility.
The readers of Travel and Leisure magazine have named Miami International Airport as one of the ten best in the nation.