Snake On A Plane? TSA Intercepts Baby Python Inside Checked Luggage At MIA A passenger on his way to Barbados was stopped Sunday by TSA officers at Miami International Airport for attempting to sneak a snake on a plane.
Man Ends Up On Airport Tarmac, Says He Was LostA man on the tarmac caused quite a security scare at Miami International Airport (MIA.)
Airlines Working To Get Flights Back Up After Hurricane IrmaFlights in and out of the South Florida are getting back up and running after Hurricane Irma hit the state earlier this week.
MIA & FTL Remain Closed Monday After IrmaMiami International Airport will be closed Monday because of water damage from Hurricane Irma.
Flight Makes Emergency Landing At Miami Int'l Airport- Authorities are investigating a situation where a plane had to make an emergency landing at Miami International Airport (MIA) on Friday.
MIA To Offer Direct Flights To Tel Aviv, The Only One In Florida Miami International Airport will soon offer direct flights to Tel Aviv - the only one in Florida.
'All Clear' After Miami Int'l Airport EvacuationPolice have given the all clear after a scare at Miami International Airport (MIA) Monday evening.
Nearly 1 Million Travelers Expected At Miami Int'l AirportNearly 1 million passengers are expected to go through Miami International Airport (MIA) this week.
Miami Int'l Airport Travelers, Expect Stepped Up Security This WeekendTravelers planning on catching a flight this weekend should expect stepped up security.
Travel Up At Miami Int'l Airport Despite Drop In Brazil TravelersThe amount of passengers traveling from Miami International Airport (MIA) is up within the first six months of 2016.
MIA Opens Another Checkpoint, Adds TSA Staff For Summer TravelMiami International Airport is getting a little more help just in time for the summer travel season.
Half A Million Travelers Expected At MIA This WeekendMore than half a million travelers are expected to pass through Miami International Airport (MIA) this Memorial Day weekend, airport officials said Thursday.