Miami International Airport
The boots are out, the sweaters are on—South Florida is experiencing some of the chilliest weather of the season.
Travelers expecting to be home Sunday night were frozen at Miami International Airport.
An assembly line of flower inspectors were sifting through boxes of roses and baby’s breath Tuesday during the busiest plant processing week of the year.
Another wintery blast up north has cause flight delays and cancellations at South Florida’s airports.
For the second time in less than a week, a winter storm is slamming a large swath of the Midwest with snow.
Stranded in paradise, travelers trying to get to cities in the northeast, like New York or Boston, are in a mad scramble to book flights at South Florida’s airports.
Getting from here to anywhere along the upper northeast coast was a bit of challenge on Tuesday.
As Friday marked the start of eased travel restrictions between the United State and Cuba, the biggest difference was seen in the international arrivals area, where passengers carried alcohol and tobacco products brought over from the communist island.
The U.S.’s ease on travel and trade restrictions has had an effect on South Florida’s travel industry from those boarding the planes to those selling the tickets.
Its business as usual for travelers Tuesday at Miami International Airport—but a look behind the scenes paints a different picture.