Get Labor Day ready with MIA Travel Tales
Did you know the first Labor Day was held on September 5, 1882 in New York City? Twelve years later, Congress passed an act designating the first Monday in September as Labor Day, to honor the working class. Labor Day has traditionally been observed across the United States with celebrations, barbecues and fireworks displays. It also serves as a nationwide reminder that summer is drawing to a close and students are returning to school - typically making, Labor Day weekend one of the busiest of the travel industry.
This year’s holiday weekend will be a little different, with new policies in place to keep us safe and healthy which is why we’re here to give you the latest MIA travel tips.To get you started, we've teamed up with local expert Vanessa James, for our latest edition of MIA Travel Tales. Make sure to tune in below, and don’t forget to download the MIA Airport Official App, so our travel tips can always be just one click away.
You can also check out our Fly Safe, Fly Smart web page for more information.