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MIA Gate Connections DISCUSSION

I am looking at an itinerary, my domestic flight gets in at 2:50 PM and my outbound flight AA to Lima is at 3:41 PM. Is this enough time?
Will 2.5 hours transit time be adeuqate for transit at Miami airport,i.e. Havana - Miami airport - Philadelphia airport, or should I opt for a longer layover
I don't see "CE" on any of the MIA maps! Heading to Providenciales out of concourse "CE". Is sunscreen/duty free after security as we are only taking carry on.Can anyone shed some light on where CE is? If it doesn't have any, can we walk to an area that does and still stay within the security?
Flight delayed out of St. Lucia - will land around 9 pm - have about 1 hour to make connecting flight to DFW. Will that be enough time to get bags, make it through customs and re-check?
We arrive in MIA terminal D and have just under one hour to connect to a flight going to Georgetown Bahamas, terminal E (international). is that enough time??
I have a flight from boston to Miami with a sjo connecting flight. The connecting time is 1hr 11 minutes. will I have time for the connector flight. I do have tsa prceck will that help. Thank you for your time and any help you can give me. thank you Linda
Hello, i will be arriving from Delta domestic flight to Miami at 4pm and connecting to Int flight with Avianca departing at 6:20 pm. Is this layover enough?
Hello - We are connecting from an Delta flight (South Terminal) to a American Airlines flight (North Terminal). Can we make this connection without exiting security and having to go through another TSA checkpoint?
I am flying in to Miami from Chicago. When I arrive at Miami Airport, will I have to go to a different terminal for the international departure to Madrid?
arriving from london then on to san juan how long to go through passport check
MIA is one of the slowest ports of entry in the US fighting JFK as being the longest wait-times. Now that the US government is re-opening after a month it will help. Roughly count on 30-45 minutes to go through processing at Passport Control. To get a more accurate idea use this website to view historical data for specific days and times