Facing South Florida: Soccer Stadium ProposalThe long, dragged out, on again, off again plan to bring a professional soccer team to Miami appears to be finally taking shape.
With Ebola In The Headlines, Officials Worry About Other Maladies Officials are asking travelers to stay calm after hearing the second nurse with Ebola was on a jet liner the day before her diagnosis. While Ebola is making the headlines, it’s not the only malady that could arrive by jetliner.
MIA Steps Up Effort To Identify Sick Passengers Miami International Airport is taking the threat of Ebola, and other infectious diseases, seriously. This week they're handing out thousands of cards to employees informing them what to do in the event they encounter a sick passenger.
MIA Launches Virtual Passenger AssistantTravelers 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.
TSA Opens "Pre-Check" Application Office At MIAThe next time you fly out of Miami International Airport you may not have to take off your shoes and belt. That is if you sign up to be on the Transportation Security Administration Pre-Check (TSA Pre✓™) list.
MIA's Terminal Of Tomorrow Being Planned TodayFly into the future for a moment. The year is 2025, when the county estimates nearly 46 million passengers will move through Miami International Airport on a yearly basis. This huge passenger number is the reason the airport needs to make sure it's ready for the future.
Spirit Airlines Looking To Possibly Start Service Out Of MIA Miramar-based Spirit Airlines is in discussions with Miami-Dade County to begin regular domestic and international service at Miami International Airport.
MIA Asking For More Customs & Border Protection AgentsWhile international passenger traffic has exploded at Miami International Airport, staffing for U.S. Customs and Border Protection at MIA has not kept up. That’s the focus of a meeting Monday between county and federal officials.
One-On-One With The Colonel Of The ConcourseThere's a new man in charge at Miami International Airport who oversees everything from getting wildlife off the runways to holding the feds to the fire to cut down wait times for passengers clearing customs.