Extra Security Measures In Place At Miami International Airport & PortMiamiMiami International Airport and PortMiami have upped their security measures following a shooting Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International.
Fmr. Dade Aviation Director Has To Pay Back $5M After SchemeA former Miami-Dade aviation department director is facing years in prison for a fraud and kickback scheme that cost the county millions of dollars.
Travelers Stuck Waiting Around After U.S. Customs System OutageTravelers at South Florida airports are stuck waiting around after a U.S. Customs and Border Protection system outage Monday night.
Nearly 4 Million Travelers Expected To Pass Through SoFla AirportsThere are a lot of people on the move right now.
'All Clear' After Miami Int'l Airport EvacuationPolice have given the all clear after a scare at Miami International Airport (MIA) Monday evening.
Conflicting Reports About Security Scare At Miami International AirportConflicting Reports About Security Scare At Miami International Airport
Mixed Emotions On First Commercial Flight From Miami To Havana Celebrations were going on at Gate D-30 ahead of the first commercial flight leaving to Havana, Cuba from Miami International Airport (MIA).
South Florida Airports Seeing Busy Holiday TravelIt's that time of year again. In the air and on the road, millions of Americans are heading out for the Thanksgiving holiday.
These Florida Airports Charge The Highest Ground Transportation FeesAbout 50 of the busiest airports in the United States made more than $183 million last year just from travelers using taxis, shuttle buses and other forms of ground transportation, according to the Associated Press.
Nearly 1 Million Travelers Expected At Miami Int'l AirportNearly 1 million passengers are expected to go through Miami International Airport (MIA) this week.
Attorney Of Plane Fire Passengers: ‘They're Crying, They're Upset, They're Still Reliving It’A group of American Airlines passengers are suing after a plane they were on caught fire right before it took off from Chicago to Miami.
Customs Agents Disrupt Arms Shipment At Miami InternationalGuns and thousands of rounds of ammunition hidden in a shipment of what looked like car batteries bound for Venezuela was seized at Miami International Airport by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents.

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