Miami International Airport
Acronym

Miami International Airport Code

MIA is the abbreviation code for Miami International Airport. According to Abbreviation Finder, MIA can also mean:

  1. English Marine Insurance Act
  2. Mactan International Airport
  3. Made in America
  4. Magazine Index Assembler
  5. Maine Innkeepers Association
  6. Malaysia International Aerospace Exhibition
  7. Malaysian Institute of Accountants
  8. Malta International Airport
  9. Managed Internet Access
  10. Management Information and Analysis
  11. Management Initiated Attrition
  12. Manager-Is-Alive
  13. Mandatory Instructor Assistance
  14. Manifestación de Impacto Ambiental
  15. Manila International Airport
  16. Manitoba Islamic Association
  17. Manual Incident Action/Actuation
  18. Marble Institute of America
  19. Marine Industries Association
  20. Marine Interdiction Agent

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport, FL (MIA)

The Miami International Airport, also known as Miami – Wilcox Field is one of the frequented most airports in the State of Florida and is a key operational base of airlines American Airlines and Miami Air International. Miami is also a very important hub for route connections to Central and South America.

  • URL: Miami International Airport, FL (MIA)
  • Time zone: GMT -5
  • Service phone: +1 305 876-7000; +1 800-TALK-MIA
  • Address: Miami International Airport, PO Box 025504, 2100 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33142, USA
  • Operator: Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD)
  • Parking spaces: yes, subject to a charge; 2 short-term parking spaces, 2 parking garages for long-term parking (“Dolphin” and “Flamingo”)
  • Nearby cities: Hialeah (7 km), Miami (10 km), Pembroke Pines (24 km), Hollywood (28 km), Fort Lauderdale (39 km), Coral Springs (53 km)
  • Accessibility: Via Florida State Road 112 (Airport Expy) at Exit 2 and 3 and via Florida State Road 953 (N. LeJeune Road).
  • Train Connections: Miami Airport Station (Tri-Rail Station); Miami Amtrak Station, connection to the “Silver Star” + “Silver Meteor” (New York – Miami)
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.32%), Tuesday (13.88%), Wednesday (14.03%), Thursday (14.39%), Friday (14.40%), Saturday (14.55%), Sunday (14.43%)
  • other spellings: Majamis, Maiami, Mayami, Мајами, Майами, Маямі, Маями, Μαϊάμι, ميامي, میامی, מיאמי, Մայամի, მაიამი, मियामी, মায়ামি, イ, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, మయామి, मायामी, மயாமி, మయామి, ಮಿಯಾಮಿ, मायामी, மயாமி, 邁阿密

Most popular destinations from Miami International Airport, FL (flights per week)

  1. Atlanta International Airport (160, 4.46%)
  2. New York – La Guardia Airport, NY (117, 3.26%)
  3. Nassau (81, 2.26%)
  4. Dallas – Fort Worth International Airport, TX (79, 2.20%)
  5. Mexico City – Juarez International (78, 2.18%)
  6. New York – John F. Kennedy International Airport, NY (72, 2.01%)
  7. Washington DC – Ronald Reagan National Airport, VA (71, 1.98%)
  8. Houston – George Bush Intercontinental Airport, TX (71, 1.98%)
  9. Los Angeles International Airport, CA (71, 1.98%)
  10. Havana – Jose Marti International (64, 1.78%)
  11. Other (75.91%)

Top airlines (share of take-offs / landings)

  1. American Airlines (2555, 13.07%)
  2. British Airways (2095, 10.72%)
  3. Iberia (1852, 9.48%)
  4. LATAM Chile (1771, 9.06%)
  5. LATAM Brazil (1395, 7.14%)
  6. Iran Air (1130, 5.78%)
  7. Royal Brunei Airlines (594, 3.04%)
  8. LATAM Argentina (553, 2.83%)
  9. United Airlines (438, 2.24%)
  10. Delta Air Lines (355, 1.82%)
  11. Other (34.82%)

Location
The airport, which opened in 1928 under the name Pan American Field, is located approximately 8 kilometers northwest of Downtown Miami, between the suburbs, Doral, Miami Springs and West Miami. The terminal area can be reached via Florida State Road # 112 (Airport Expy) at exits 2 and 3 and via State Road # 953 (N. LeJeune Road). The MIA Mover runs regularly between the airport and the nearby Miami Central Station, from there there is a direct connection with the Tri-Rail to a total of 18 train stations on the west coast, including the Amtrak train stations at Fort Lauderdale Int. Airport and the Palm Beach International Airport.

Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) has an extensive public transport network, for example ” Bus route J ” runs regularly from the airport to Miami Central Station and Miami Beach, which also stops at the Allapattah Metrorail Station (Green Line). Furthermore, the bus route # 7 to Downtown, bus route # 37 to South Miami, bus route # 42 to Coconut Grove, bus route # 57 to Palmetto Bay, bus route # 133 (Tri-Rail Shuttle), bus route # 150 (Airport Flyer) to Miami Beach and bus route # 238 (Earlington Heights Metro Station – Dolphin Mall). You can find out all current departure times either directly on site or on the Internet. Otherwise, traveling to and from the airport is also possible with a taxi, rental car or limousine.