Located in the Miami- Dade County in Florida, the Miami International Airport serves as a public airport for passenger and cargo airlines traveling to domestic and international destinations. It is considered to be the largest gateway between Latin America and the United States, making it one of the fastest- growing airlines hubs in North America. The Miami International Airport functions as a primary hub for passenger airlines, including Miami Air International and American Airlines, as well as cargo airlines, like UPS Airlines, Atlas Air, LAN Cargo and FedEx Express. The airport is also the main hub in South Florida that caters to long- haul international flights. With over 40 million passengers annually, the Miami International Airport is the 10th busiest U.S. airport and 26th busiest airport in the world.
Does Miami International Airport have free wifi
All terminals of the Miami International Airport have free WiFi access, making it easy for travelers to get connected before boarding their flights. However, the service is only limited to travel- related websites, which will help guests in getting information about rental cars, airlines and hotels. The free internet access is provided by the Miami- Dade Aviation Department (MDAD). Guests using WiFi enabled devices, such as smart phones (Android and Apple), laptop computers and tablets could take advantage of this internet service free of charge without the need for a password. Those with subscriptions from top mobile service providers, such as iPass, T- Mobile and Boingo can connect to the service with zero charges.
How to Connect :
- Turn on your WiFi ready device and select the SSID network “MIA-WiFi”
- Open your web browser and the Wireless Internet Access welcome page will be shown.