Miami Intl Airport Transportation

Miami International Airport (MIA) offers public transport links directly to Miami-Dad Transit's Metrobus network. There are also free shuttles available between the Miami International Airport and the Tri-Rail commuter rail line's Haileah Market Stations. Both of these stations are a five minute drive for the airport's main terminal.

The Tri-Rail, Miami's commute rail system, serve the Miami International Airport via the Miami Central Station. It provides services between the airport and Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dad, Palm Beach Country through West Palm Beach, and Broward County.

The airport mover train offers nonstop connections from all of the Miami International Airport terminals to the Metrorail and the Miami Central Station. It also connects directly between the terminals and the rental car center.

The Metrorail Orange Line and the Miami International Airport Metrorail Station provide passenger rail service from the airport to downtown Miami. The Orange Line train also provides service to the Dadeland area.

The Airport Flyer bus is operated by the Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) and links the Miami International Airport to South Beach. It takes approximately 30 minutes to get from the airport to South Beach and 10 minutes to get from the airport to Metrorail. All of the MDT buses are operated out of the airport's Ground Level of Concourse E. Check local listings for current schedules, fares, and routes.

The Miami International Airport offers shuttle services, taxis, limousines, and rental cars. Most shuttles and taxis provide flat rate service to many popular Miami destinations, such as the downtown and the beaches. The MIA Mover system allows passengers to move from the runway to their transportation options quickly and easily. It runs the entire one and a quarter mile length between the airport and the rental car center. The airport's rental car center features all of the airport's 17 rental car companies in a single building.