Contact Miami International Airport: Find below customer care details of Miami Airport, including telephone and address. You can reach the below contact for flight status, cancellation, special assistance, baggage claim, car parking, airport transportation, hotels, taxis or other queries on Miami Airport services. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on Miami Airport.

Miami Airport Customer Care
Phone: 305-876-7000
or 1-800-825-5642

305-876-7373 (Police)
305-874-5403 (US Customs)
305-597-6000 (US Immigration)
305-876-7838 (Cargo)
305-876-7024 (Ground Transportation)
305-876-7024 (Shuttle Service)
305-869-1163 (Bag Storage)
305-869-4990 (Duty Free Shops)

Lost & Found
Phone: 305-876-7377
Email: [email protected]

Miami Airport Address
2100 NW 42nd Ave, Miami, FL 33142

Miami Airport Transportation

For phone numbers of cabs/taxis at Miami Airport click here.

A&G Limousine: 772 871 0192
A-1 Limousine: 800 391 3952
ABC Limousine: 954 517 0503
Alianza Transport: 954 347 5005

Metrobus: 305-891-3131

Metrorail: 305-375-2700
Tri Rail: 800-TRI-RAIL (874-7245)

Miami Airport Hotels
For phone numbers of hotels near Miami Airport click here.

Airline Contacts
Aerolineas: 800-333-0276
Aeromexico: 800-237-6639
Air Canada: 888-247-2262
Air France: 800-237-2747
Alitalia: 800-223-5730
American Airlines: 800-433-7300
American Eagle: 800-433-7300
Avianca: 800-284-2622
British Airways: 800-247-9297
Continental: 800-525-0280
Delta: 800-221-1212
Finnair: 800-950-5000
Iberia: 800-772-4642
KLM: 866-434-0320
LAN: 866-435-9526
Lufthansa: 800-645-3880
United Express: 800-241-6522
Sun Country: 800-359-6786
Swiss Airlines: 877-359-7947
TAM: 888-235-9826
TAP: 800-221-7370
United: 800-241-6522
US Airways: 800-428-4322
Virgin Atlantic: 800-862-8621
WestJet: 888-937-8538

Flight Status
To check flight arrival or departure status at Miami Airport click here

About Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport is one of 30 busiest airports in the world. In 2010, the airport served some 35 million passengers. There are over 80 airlines serving Miami Airport connecting to approximately 150 destinations around the globe. Founded in 1928, MIA is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America. The airport is operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department. Busiest routes out of the airport include Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Washington and Newark.

Some of the major airlines operating from the airport include Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, Avianca, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Iberia, KLM, LAN Airlines, Lufthansa, Sun Country Airlines, Swiss Airlines, TACA Airlines, TAP Portugal, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways, Virgin Atlantic and WestJet.

This article has 2 comments

  1. Dorothy Wielt Reply

    I went to drop off my elderly brother at the outside baggage checkin and was being told that I had to move my car, however the car in front of me had been there much longer than I and no one was urging them to leave, John Aeeoyo saw my problem and advise me to assist my brother and he would see that I would be treated fairly. I was able to assist my brother for another 3 minutes and pulled away the same time as the car in front of me. My hat goes off to him, and hope you can recognize him as an employee who assists and does not harrass the elderly. He has common sense, and a smile for everyone.

  2. Ann Sieffert Reply

    I would like to commend one of your employees for outstanding service. His name is Marc Lubin. He assisted me in retrieving my passport from the Global Entry kiosk after I had hurriedly took my receipt and failed to take my passport with it. Discovering my error after I had exited the area an unable to return to the kiosk, I informed a supervisor of my problem. She was unable to leave her post so she asked Mark Lubin if he would go to see if he could find it. Although very busy himself, he said he would try to find it. He was able to do so in a very few minutes. You can imagine my relief. He was especially kind and pleasant to me and I feel he should be recognized for the service.

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