Airports in Miami, United States
Miami has one major airport, namely, Miami International Airport. Nearby airports include: Fort Lauderdale International Airport (20.3 miles), Bimini North SPB (58.8 miles), West Palm Beach International Airport (63.2 miles) and Marathon Flight Strip Airport (90.6 miles). The abbreviation for Miami International Airport is MIA.
Miami International Airport is a hub of several passenger airlines, handling flights from the America's and Europe. Situated just 9 miles outside of central Miami, the airport has many fine facilities. Within the airport you will find ATMs, bureau de change, restaurants, fast food outlets, bars, shops, duty-free stores, hair salon, health club, chapel, art gallery as well as a swimming pool. Excellent facilities and services are available for the disabled. Miami airport parking is extensive. Transport from Miami Airport to the city is possible by means of the city bus service, TriRail commuter train, the mass-transit metro-rail, fixed rail system, taxi cabs and shuttle services. Car rental is available just outside the airport building.
Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) located 25 miles out of Miami is also an outstanding airport. Facilities include ATMs, restaurants, business centers, shops and facilities for the disabled. Car rental is also available here. Transfers to the city are provided by shuttle vans, TriRail stations and taxis.
Opa-locka Executive Airport (OPF) is an airport that serves private, business and pleasure flights. Situated just 7 miles from Miami International Airport, it occasionally acts as a reliever for MIA. With a runway of 8002 feet, the airport can handle most aircraft.
You are sure to have a pleasant experience when arriving at Miami International Airport.