Miami International Airport ended 2013 by reaching the 40-million passenger mark for the first time in the airport’s 85-year history and setting a new record for annual passengers for the fourth year in a row. Since 2010, when MIA hit the 35.7 million passenger mark for the first time, annual passenger traffic at the airport has increased by more than 12 per cent.
Qatar Airways has announced Miami to be its sixth destination to the US beginning June 10th, 2014. The airline will offer non-stop flights from its hub in Doha four-times per week aboard a Boeing 777.
Overnight visitors to Greater Miami and the Beaches increased by 3.5% to a record-breaking 13.9 million overnight visitors in 2012, fueled by a 5.2% increase to a record 6.8 million international visitors and an increase of 1.8% to a record 7.1 million domestic visitors, according to Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB).
This holiday season, travelers are heading towards sun soaked Miami to escape the chilly or freezing winters, thanks to Half Price Tour Tickets. The company is the undisputed leader in providing Miami to Key West tours, activities, and other travel options in the region.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners today approved a resolution authorizing Miami-Dade Transit to contract heavy rail-car manufacturer AnsaldoBreda to replace Metrorail’s aging fleet.
Miami and The Beaches is solidifying its place as a global spa capital as Miami Spa Month returns for a fifth year with a record 38 participating spas.
Beginning this August, international passengers flying American Airlines to Miami International Airport will be welcomed to the United States by a new three-level, 400,000- square-foot Federal Inspection Service area twice the size of the existing Concourse E facility. The dazzling new area is located in the middle of North Terminal and is adjacent to Concourse D skytrain station 3, for quick access from any of the 47 gates in North Terminal within four minutes.
Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced overnight visitors to Greater Miami and the beaches grew 6.7 per cent to a record-breaking 13.4 million in 2011. This was fuelled by a 7.2 per cent increase to a record 6.5 million international visitors and an increase of 6.2 per cent to a record 6.9 million domestic visitors.
New Underwater Helmet Diving Experience at Miami Seaquarium brings park guests up close to Reef Aquarium Residents.
Miami travelers looking to reserve their rental car online can now take advantage of up to 25% off their car rental.
Frederick P. Wong Jr., Seaport Operations Manager, North America’s Leading Cruise Port: Miami
Passenger traffic at Miami International Airport continued to surge in the first half of 2011 with total volume up 6.8 percent through June, according to statistics from the Miami-Dade Aviation Department.