Miami International Airport (MIA) – Arrivals and Ground Transportation Guide | Travel Guide | Ep#1

This Miami International Airport (MIA) guide for arriving passengers with detailed information on – Domestic and international Arrivals and Ground Transport options at Miami Airport.

1). Miami International Airport (MIA) Information – MIA Terminals – North Terminal, Central Terminal and South Terminal – All terminals have three levels
2). Miami International Airport (MIA) arrival process for travelers – Domestic and International arrivals, transfer to catch another flight inside MIA International Airport – including Skytrain in North Terminal Concourse D and moving walkways on Level 3 connecting all terminals outside of secured area
3). Information on Miami Airport Level 1 – Baggage Claim, Private Pickup, Shared Super Shuttles and Taxi for arriving passengers
4). How to take Taxi, Shared Shuttle, Hotel Shuttle and other transport at Miami Airport (MIA)
5). Information on Miami Airport Level 2 – Ticketing, Check-in counters, and Departure gates
6). Information on Miami Airport Level 3 – Moving walkways connecting all terminals and MIA Movers train station at Miami Airport
7). Information on MIA Movers (Automated People Movers) or ‘trains’ that shuttle passengers between MIA Airport and Miami Airport Central station where Rental Car Center, Metrobus, Metrorail and Tri-Rail airport are located
8). Tips for arriving travelers for Miami International Airport (MIA) – (Miami Travel Guide)

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5 Replies to “Miami International Airport (MIA) – Arrivals and Ground Transportation Guide | Travel Guide | Ep#1”

  • dadalala says:

    PAP airport is not in Miami?

    • Hipfig Travel-Channel says:

      PAP Airport code shows – Boulevard Toussaint Louverture, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (Definitely not in Miami)

  • Michel MALLIA says:


  • aracams says:

    really we have to do the recheck of the bags?? (connecting flight) or can pass internally from the plane inboune to the plane to final dastination??

    • Hipfig Travel-Channel says:

      All international arriving passengers to US has to clear Customs (CBP) with their all Carry-on and Checked-in bags after immigration at the first port of entry in US….no exceptions. Once you clear customs outside customs area there will be a baggage transfer belt for connecting flights. Drop your checked-in bags again there on that belt for final destination. Direct inbound flight to outbound flight passage is available only for Domestic passengers.
      Happy Travels!