In this article, we review which airports handled the largest amount of cargo by metric tonne that passed through the airport in 2018.
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MIA’s new system features one of the world’s largest installations of automated guided vehicles.
Within a complex terminal renovation at Miami, new screening technologies have been installed to ensure passenger and luggage processing is not just efﬁcient, but as safe as possible. Lester Sola, Miami-Dade Aviation Department Director and CEO, provides more information on the on-going developments.
The project will upgrade acres of asphalt and concrete pavement that was originally built in the 1960s, currently used for aircraft parking and movement.
Miami Airport has unveiled its new automated baggage handling system as part of its capital improvement programme to streamline services.
A new CT scanner at Miami International Airport is expected to help relieve the pressure point of security lines within the terminal.
As the face of aviation changes, airports must adapt. From the bigger and better terminals, to the diversification of operations to enhance the passenger experience. We showcase some examples of best practice in terminal and airside operations and how the industry can learn from innovative and forward-thinking companies.
In a bid to formalise their partnership, Pharma.Aero has signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) with IATA. The move should foster collaboration with all stakeholders supporting the CEIV Pharma industry standard.
On Tuesday, officials from the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate Miami International Airport’s newly renovated Concourse E federal inspection facility for international arrivals.
Miami International's new status will allow companies to receive and process materials and merchandise with reduced or eliminated customs duties upon entry into the country.
German cities can expect to be better connected than ever as Lufthansa and its subsidiary Eurowings open up or expand long-haul routes all over the country.
Miami International Airport (MIA) is the first airport in the world to bring the convenience of Mobile Passport Control, the fast entry process into the USA, into its own airport app experience.
Having heard from SITA's Ron Reed, Director, Business Intelligence Portfolio on why beacons are more than just a tech obsession and have empirical and real value to the airport industry, we asked Miami International to talk us through their exciting success in the world of beacons...