Miami International Airport Post-Irma Update
Below is the latest information regarding the effect of Hurricane Irma on Miami International Airport:
- Passenger and cargo flights at Miami International Airport continue to increase toward a full daily schedule. There were 158 arrivals and 100 departures on September 12, but a total of 526 flights were cancelled. There were also 147 cargo-only flights yesterday.
- The projected schedule for today includes 225 arrival flights and 208 departures, with a total of 402 flights cancelled – which is about 50 percent of MIA’s normal schedule.
- Full flight operations by all airlines are expected sometime this weekend.
- Since all airlines are not yet at a full schedule, passengers should contact their airline to confirm their flight’s status before coming to the airport.
- The MIA Rental Car Center is now open, and Metrorail and Metrobus service at MIA is operating at a limited schedule. Taxi and Transportation Network Company service have also resumed.
- Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport and Miami Executive Airport are open and fully operational.
- Miami-Homestead General Aviation Airport and the Dade-Collier Training and Transition Airport are currently only open from sunrise to sunset.
- For the latest updates about airport operations, airport users should follow MIA on Twitter @iflymia.
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