Getting to or from Miami International Airport (MIA) can be a hassle. In this article, we take a look at several of the transportation options available to you when you need to get a ride to or from Miami airport.
Miami Airport TrainsMiami International Airport is served by the county's MetroRail system. A $2 fare will get you directly to or from the airport and any station on the Miami rail system.
Miami Airport TaxisTaxis are, by far, the most common means of getting to or from the airport if you don’t plan to drive your own vehicle.
For more information on taxi options and Miami airport taxi fares, read Miami Taxi Services.
SuperShuttle Shared RideSuperShuttle is a convenient, inexpensive way to travel to the airport via a shared ride van service. SuperShuttle vans are often less expensive than a taxi ride and service both Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Transportation is available 24 hours per day.
For more information on SuperShuttle service, read Miami Airport SuperShuttle Service.
Public TransportationUnfortunately, Miami’s public transportation system does not provide an easy connection to the airport, other than MetroBus service. This is due to change in 2012, when the MetroRail system extension to the airport should be ready for service.
For more information on public transportation in Miami, read Miami Public Transportation.
Miami Airport Parking
Miami Airport is not the easiest place in the world to navigate. Driving into the airport presents challenges for drivers rushing to catch a flight and unwilling to spend an exorbitant amount on parking.
For information on my favorite places to park at MIA, read Miami Airport Parking Guide.
Miami Airport Car Rental
Do you need to rent a car at Miami International Airport? There are a number of full-service rental car agencies serving Miami residents and visitors. Your first stop should be the Renting a Car at Miami International Airport article.