Miami International Airport (MIA) is about to complete its Capital Improvement Program (CIP) which included the refurbishment of terminal interiors, build out of part of the Terminal building and construction of new concession locations. There are currently approximately 240 concessions between retail, duty free, food and beverage and services at MIA. When all concessions are built out, MIA will have more than 280 concessions. Approximately 30% of the concession locations are located pre-security and approximately 70% of the concessions are located post-security. The current concession locations are consistent with a concessions master plan.
The Terminal Building also provides locations for services such as advertising, banks and ATM machines, currency exchanges, baggage wrap machines, luggage carts, baggage checkroom, business centers, Spa’s, hotel with restaurant, wireless services, airline clubs, shuttles services and rental car.
From July 1, 2012 until March 31, 2013, concessions totalling 9,806 square feet were added throughout the Airport. These new locations met passenger demands for additional food/beverage, retail and duty free concessions.
The Airport is divided into three terminals: North ( D), Central (E, F and G) and South Terminal (H and J).
The North Terminal represents 68% of the total passenger traffic of MIA. The North Terminal has approximately 130,000 square feet of concession locations offering a total of ninety locations. There are eight duty free stores, fourteen news/gifts, thirty two specialty retail stores, and thirty seven food and beverage locations.
The Central Terminal is located between the North and South Terminals in the center of the landside area. The majority of the retail spaces are located on the pre-security portion of the Terminal building.
The South Terminal opened on August 29, 2007. This terminal has approximately 55,000 square feet of concession locations offering a total of fifty locations. Concourse H and Concourse J are joined by a Concession Hall where prestigious stores such as Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, Desigual, just to name few, reside.
Nationally and internationally recognized concessionaires offer branded concepts at market basket prices. Local retailers feature a diversity of South Florida products. MIA represents the eclectic cosmopolitan community it serves with a sense of place, excitement and diversity.
Improvements in the passenger terminal areas and the opening of state-of-the-art facilities now form part of the new MIA.
For information regarding the Concessions Program, please check the Airport Contact Listing.
- Airside Operations
- Concessions Program
- Contract Administration Division
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