Miami MIA Airport Terminal Map

Main Terminal / Concourses at Miami MIA Airport

Miami Airport layout, Getting Around at MIA, Interantional Arrivals, Terminal details, & Airline lounges.

The Passenger Terminal Complex at Miami Airport consists of three connected terminals, arranged in a semi-circle & surrouding the parking areas:  The North Terminal
with Concourse D & Customs facilities; the Central Terminal with Concourses E, F & G; and the South Terminal with Concourses H & J.   Each Concourse of all 3 terminals serves specific airlines.

Getting Around at MIA: 
1. The Skyride Connector is a moving walkway on level 3, connecting all terminals (with 4 stops inside Concourse D) and parking areas.
2. 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.
3. The MIA Mover is a 1.25-mile-long elevated people mover system that connects passengers from the airport to the rental car center.
4. Miami Metrorail: The quickest and most economical way to get to areas between Palmetto, Earlington Heights and Dadeland South, is by taking the Miami Metrorail: The new Miami Airport Metrorail Station's Orange line connects at Earlington Heights to the Green line  heading north to Palmetto - while both Orange and Green lines proceed south  to Dadeland South. 
5. APCs  (Automated Passport Control kiosks) to be used by  US & Canadian citizens, passengers of all visa waiver countries, passengers with only carry-on bags, & U.S. green-card holders - will speed up the wait times by

NOTE: Unless you have gone through US customs clearance by participating airports, you need to go through passport check, retrieve checked bags, go through customs clearance and - if transferring to another flight - re-check-in bag on level 2, from which you can then connect to your next flight.
International Arrivals from Concourses D, E & F are being processed in the North Terminal's new 3-level Arrivals Facility. Its passport control hall has 72 processing lanes, able to handle 2,000 travelers/ hour; is also houses 30 passport control kiosks for passenger who are US & Canadian citizens or citizens of visa-waiver countries. Six lanes and 12 Global Entry kiosks are specifically designed for Global Entry program members.  Level 2 houses 5 baggage claim carousels - with access to Sky Train on either side, connecting to all other gates. The first level has a large greeting lobby.
International Arrivals at South Terminal will be processed at Arrivals J. 

TERMINAL DETAILS:  Note: regardless of the Airllies listed below at each of the 3 terminals they serve - keep in mind that  ALL international arrivals arrive either at Concourse D or J.

The North Terminal houses Concourse D with gates D1-D60 and baggage claim 21-27- is presently served by  American, American Eagle, Qatar & US Airways. It is the hub for Latin America & the Caribbean. Its 1-mile-long Concourse D on level is served by the Skytrain on its roof with four stations, running between the east and west Gates - completing its route within 5 minutes:
Skytrain Station 1 stops near gate D17 at easternmost end of the Conourse and serves gates D1-19.
Skytrain Station 2 stops between gates D20-25 - with access to domestic baggage claim.
Skytrain Station 3 serves gates D26-39 (Admirals Club is at D30), passport control, exit to Central/South Terminals; and gates E1-35 of Central Terminal (with walkway to gates E10-30).
Skytrain Station 4 serves gates D40-60, and the new Regional Commuter Facility with 2 concourse level gates and covered outdoor walkways to 12 lower-level gates for American Eagle.

The Central Terminal
houses Concourses E, F & G, and has corresponding baggage claims 14, 15 & 19 for E, 12 & 13 for G, and 10, 11 for F.
Concourse E houses gates on levels 2 & 4: while gates E2-11are on level 2, satellite gates E20-35 can be reached directly by train from level 4, near Concourse E entrance. Concouse E is served by Aeroflot, Airberlin, Cayman, Iberia, InselAir, InselAir Aruba, Interjet, Surinam &  WestJet airlines. (International Arrivals will be processed in Arrivals E.)
Concourse F on level 2 with gates F3-23 is served by British Airways, BoA,  Sun Country, Virgin Atlantic & XL Airways France airlines.
Concourse G on level 2 with gates G1-19 is served by ArkeFly, Avior, Jetairfly, Miami Air, SBA, Swift Air, TAP Portugal, Transaero, World Atlantic airlines.

The South Terminal
houses Concourses H & J (H gates to the right  - J gates to the left) with baggage claims 5 - 8  for H & 1 - 4  for J arrivals. A new 'virtual reality passenger assistant, named Leticia gives passengers information regarding the 60 shops, restaurants & services.
Concourse H on level 2 is served by  Aeromexico, Air France, Alitalia, Bahamasair, Delta, LAN, Lufthansa & United airlines, and has gates H3-15;
Concourse J on level 2 is served by Aerolineas Argentinas, Air Canada, Air Europa, Avianca, Caribbean, COPA, GOL, IBC Airways (level 1), Swiss & TAM airlines, with gates J2-18. International Arrivals at South Terminal will be processed at Arrivals J.

VIP Clubs & Lounges:
1. North Terminal, Concourse D:  American Airlines Admirals Club at gates D16 (Skytrain station 1) & D30 (Skytrain station 3),
2. Central Terminal:
  
at Concourse E, pre-security: Military Hospitality Lounge on level 2;  and Executive Conference Center, at level 7 of MIA Hotel;
   at Concourse E, post-security: Flagship Lounge on level 2; Premium Lounge (AA, BA, IB) on level 5; 
   at Concourse F, pre-security: Consular Lounge on level 2; at post-security: Club America F at level 3;
3. South Terminal:
   at Concourse H post-security: Delta Sky Club on level 4.
   at Concourse J, post-security:  the VIP Lounge operated by  LATAM ( LAN /TAM airlines) at gate J5.



Miami MIA Airport

Terminal D Terminal E
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Walk Route

Walk towards Gate D31, follow signs and turn into Main Terminal, turn right into Concourse E and go through security
Walk Time: 13 min

Through Security? Yes

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