Arrivals Mia airport
Be prepared to spend at least an hour after the plane landed to go through customs, go through US customs, and retrieve your bags. This is an estimate since it might take 2 or 3 hours if there is heavy traffic during the season or if an aircraft is late and there is traffic congestion at the airport. These waits have been much longer before you depart Miami Airport during the Covid -19 epidemic.
After landing at MIA, you will arrive at the arrivals building. For foreign flights that are not covered by the Schengen Agreement, you must still pass through border control after landing before receiving your luggage from the baggage carousel.
Arriving at Miami international airport
Please note that a visa may be required upon arrival in Miami. Further information on travel, entry, and customs control can be obtained from the Federal Foreign Office.
TIP: Please have your ID documents ready for passport control or arrival control for quick processing.
Proceed to the exit after passing all procedures at passport control. MIA is large, yet it is well-structured and well-connected. After going through the border check and collecting your bags, you should decide how to get to the city.
MIA is easily reached by car. You can get to the center in less than 25 minutes. The airport is about 12 kilometers from the heart of Miami (Bayfront Park). You can get to the city in 25 minutes with typical traffic. However, because the distance is 18 kilometers, it will take you at least 30 minutes to get to Miami Beach (Lincoln Road Mall).
It is best to enter the address of the airport into the GPS navigation device so that you can find it better.
Taking public transport to the city:
To take public transport from the airport, passengers must first arrive at the central station of the airport. At Miami Station, you may access various types of transport (Metrorail, Metrobus, taxis, and so on) that will take you everywhere in the city. To get to the central station, use the free MIA Mover.
You are welcome to use the options listed below:
Metrobus is a city bus that travels from the airport every 20 minutes, seven days a week. The cost of a ride begins at $2.25 for each trip. More information.
Going to Miami Beach? Route 150 is your best choice. MiaBeach Express makes it quick and easy to go from the airport to South Beach. The cost of a ticket is $2.25. More information.
There are two Metrorail lines in Miami: Orange and Green. The orange line connects the city’s south to the airport, while the green line runs from north to south through the city. The cost of a ticket is $2.25. More information.
Tri-Rail – to reach the Tri-Rail, go to the terminal’s third level and follow the signs to the MIA Mover to the Miami Central Station. The cost of the journey is determined by the zones. The cost of a one-way ticket begins at $2.50. More information.
Taxi stands may be found outside the terminal. The travel to the city center costs between $20 and $25 and takes between 20 and 30 minutes. You may also reserve an Uber ride in advance using the app. More information.
Renting a car:
You can book a car beforehand or at the car rental counters at the airport. There are many car rental providers including Hertz, Avis, Budget, and National. More information.
For the Arrivals table:
Flight arrival and departure times, with current status updated in real-time. The flight plan shows arrivals, delays, and flight cancellations of all flights that land in Miami and is automatically updated.
You can find the planned arrival time in the Arrival column. If a flight to Miami is canceled or delayed, you can find the flight status in the Status column.