Miami-Dade Aviation Department
Making a bomb threat is no laughing matter—especially for a Venezuelan man had to cut the airport thousands of dollars for telling a gate agent he had explosives in his luggage.
Travelers passing through Miami International Airport might feel like they’ve been transported to the future. Just like the holograms someone would see in sci-fi films like “Stars Wars” or “Total Recall”, MIA is implementing futuristic holographic technology for a new digital passenger assistant.
Thursday is the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the Miami-Dade Aviation Department will take time to pause and pay tribute.
A plane heading to Barbados made a quick return to Miami International Airport after apparently experiencing mechanical problems just after takeoff.
New vehicles were just added to the fleet at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s Airport Division.
If driving is bad in South Florida; it may be the worst at Miami International Airport. Standing on the corner for 30 minutes, CBS4 cameras rolled as drivers stopped, swerved and rolled right past the wrong way signs. The same is true of drivers of big buses and trucks.
A “jumper wire” improperly installed in a people mover train at Miami International Airport caused it to crash into a wall injuring six people almost three years ago, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded Tuesday.