FedEx Express Completes Major Expansion at MIA

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. and the world’s largest express transportation company, completed a major expansion of its air cargo hub located at Miami International Airport in mid December. The expansion will increase capacity and capabilities at the company’s Americas gateway, which connects the U.S. and Canada to Latin America and the Caribbean.The $72.2 million expansion adds more than 138,000 square feet to the main sort facility, bringing ... [+]

Lufthansa once again connects Miami gateway

The Lufthansa Group continues to ramp up its services to the United States, resuming flights to its key, global gateways. On Tuesday, July 14, the Group’s flagship carrier, Lufthansa, will resume service to Miami, FL, operating three weekly flights from Miami International Airport to the airline’s largest hub in ... [+]

MIA welcomes Amazon Air as company continues to expand

Miami International Airport is now part of Amazon Air’s cargo flight operations. The company has launched double-daily freighter service at MIA to destinations across the U.S. The new cargo service is being operated by Atlas Air Worldwide with Boeing 767-300F aircraft, and includes an onsite facility to sort packages bound for ... [+]

Strong 2018 start for MIA

Miami International Airport got off to a strong start in 2018 with a 3.79-percent increase in passenger traffic and four-percent growth in freight tonnage through March, compared to the same period last year. International freight traffic rose 1.8 percent to 491,264 tons and domestic freight jumped 19.1 percent to 84,180 ... [+]

MIA Named ‘Best Freighter Hub’

Miami International Airport (MIA) recently was named “Best Freighter Hub” in the world at September’s Freighters World Conference Awards ceremony, in recognition of its excellence in the global air cargo sector over the past year. Judged by a panel of industry experts, MIA was chosen based on two criteria: how ... [+]

MIA to launch Florida’s first ocean-to-air perishables trans-shipment program

Already the busiest port of entry in America for international air freight, Miami International Airport will soon be able to receive perishable freight imports by sea as well – a first for any Florida airport – through a permit approved in September by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The ... [+]

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