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  • terminal connections
    Dec 27, 2012
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    quickest way from D42 to H11

     

    On arrival at MIA at North Terminal, Concourse D, use the Skytrain to the South Terminal, Concourse H. Signs will guide you.

     

  • Connect from Terminal D to Terminal E
    Dec 24, 2012
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    I was re-routed at the last minute by British Airway, and flying from LAX to MIA on American Airlines, then connecting at MIA to British Airway to London. What is the best way to get from Terminal D to Terminal E (with little time between connecting flights)?

     

    1. Open miami-airport.com/terminal_gates.asp - on arrival at the North Terminal's Concourse D (1-mile long), the Skytrain stopps 4 times - Station 3 serves gates D26-39 and gates E1-35 of the Central Terminal, with a walkway to gates E10-30.

     

  • Baggage and customs
    Dec 16, 2012
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    I'm from Brazil and go to Orlando, with connection in MIA. My air company is AA

     

    Assuming that you use American Airlines for both legs of your trip, note that AA uses both Concourse D in the North Terminal and Concourse E in the Central Terminal. All international arrivals will be processed in the new North Terminal's Arrivals Facility. There you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and re-check-in bag on level 2, from which you can then connect to your next flight. On the second level are 5 baggage claim carousels, and there is access to the Sky Train on either side, connecting to all other gates. MIA is easy to navigate with plenty of directional signs.

     

    Thank you very much

     

  • WALKING TIME
    Oct 27, 2012
    1
    At Miami Int. airport can you walk from one end of concourse D to the other end in 40 minutes? Does the people mover cover the distant quicker?

     

    At Miami Airport, North Terminal's Concourse D is one mile long and has 60 gates. It is served by the Skytrain on its roof with 4 stations, running between the east and west Gates and completing its route within 5 minutes: Station 1 stops at gaste D17; Station 2 stops at domestic baggage claim and serves gates D20-25.; Station 3 serves gats D26-39; and station 4 serves gates D40-60.

     

  • Baggage, checkpoint and customs
    Oct 20, 2012
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    Travel from Spain to MIA with AA to a domestic destination in the Caribbean... How is the drill?????? Thanks.

     

    All international arrivals at MIA need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag (the tag should indicate layover and final destination Airport Codes). There are two Immigrations & Customs areas - international arrivals will be processed either at (a) Arrivals E, level 1 of the Central Terminal, or at (b) Arrivals J, Level 3 of the South Terminal - depending on their airline - in your case AA arrives in Concourse E. Assuming you use AA also for your connecting flight, you will depart from the North Terminal, Concourse D - due to its length this Concourse is served by the Skytrain, stopping near gates D17, then at gate D20-25 area nd D26-39 area. The Skyride connector - a moving walkway - also connects all terminals.

     

  • ARRIVAL FROM MADRID AND DEPARTURE TO SJU
    Oct 20, 2012
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    I will be on AA from Madrid arriving in Miami and departing to SJU with a 2 1/2 hrs. at MIA airport. Where is the AA international arrival and where is Customs, do I have to pick up luggage before, etc and afterwards, to the AA terminal for my SJU flight? Thanks for your help!

     

    All international arrivals at MIA need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag (the tag should indicate layover and final destination Airport Codes). There are two Immigrations & Customs areas - yours (for AA) will be Arrivals E, level 1 of the Central Terminal. Your connecting flight may be in Concourse D of the North Terminal (AA uses only D & E Concourses) - your ticket and the overhead screens should indicate your departure flight, gate & time. The Skyride connector - a moving walkway - connects all terminals, while the elevated Skytrain makes four stops t the 1-mile-long Concourse D (at D17; for gated D20-25, D26-39 & E1-35.

     

  • MIA
    Oct 8, 2012
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    Can you walk from the Airport Hotel (terminal E) to the American Airlines check in counter terminal D? How long of a walk since I'm traveling with someone who's in a wheelchair?

     

    The Central Terminal of MIA houses Concourses E (E gates); while the North Terminal houses Concourse D (D gates). Both Concourses are accessible from their terminal's level 2. The Skyride Connector a moving walkway on level 3, connects the terminals, while the elevated Skytrain at the North Terminal makes its round at Concourse D - with 4 stops: near gate D17, between gates D20-25, and D26-39 and D40-60. Ask the hotel clerk at for directions.

     

  • quickest way from gate d38 to gate d3
    Oct 4, 2012
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    What is the quickest way to get from gate d38 to gate d3? Is there a people mover or monorail?

     

    At MIA Airport, the elevated Skytrain at the North Terminal services the 1-mile-long Concourse D, with 4 stations between east and west Gates D17 & D46 and completing its route within 5 minutes: (a) Skytrain Station 1 stops near gate D17 at easternmost end of the Conourse and serves gates D1-19. (b) Skytrain Station 3 serves gates D26-39.

     

  • coonecting from AA to TAM
    Oct 1, 2012
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    Can I go from the AA gates to get a TAM flight withing two hour. and will I have to go through security again. - Thanks so much

     

    At MIA, assuming that you are a domestic arrival with AA, you arrive at the North Terminal's Concourse D (the D gates are a mile long and use the elevated Skytrain with four stations between the east & west gates D17 & D46), To get to your connecting South Terminal, Concourse J (TAM uses J gates) you need to take the Skyride Connector, connecting all 3 terminals on level 3. Signs will clearly guide you - You will need to go through security check (Concourse J is at the left end with gates J2-18. you have enough time. Caution: make sure AA transfers your bags to TAM - if not, you need to claim your bag on arrival and check it in at the South Terminal's TAM counter.

     

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