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Airport Parking Deals at Miami (MIA)

  • Discounted long term rates $4.79+
  • Under video surveillance 24/7
  • Spacious indoor parking spots
  • MIA Parking lots are safe and secure
  • Free and easy cancellations
  • Free shuttles run every 10-20 min

Miami Airport Parking

Miami International Airport (MIA) offers a variety of parking options from one day parking to long term parking solutions. Off airport parking is available at the lots surrounding the airport and located within one and a half mile (5-10 min shuttle ride) from the terminals. One of the best options for long term parking would be airport hotel parking. Many of the full service hotels around Miami airport offer long term parking. You do not have to stay at the hotel in order to use their parking lot. We recommend is Sheraton Miami Airport Parking, Embassy Suites MIA.

We advise that you arrive at the Miami airport parking facility 30 min before you'd like to be at the terminal. You may only need half of this time, but please allow additional time for any unexpected delays.


Miami International Airport and Parking Guide

Miami International Airport (MIA) is the primary airport serving the City of Miami and Miami-Dade County. It sits on 3,230 acres of land and is operated by Miami-Dade Aviation Department. MIA generates a revenue of around $33.7 billion annually, making it the leading economic driver for Miami-Dade County.

History of MIA

Miami International Airport first opened in the early 1920s as Miami City Airport. Following the initial construction, Pan American Field was built in 1928 by Pan Am World Airways. Occupying 116 acres of land adjacent to Miami City Airport, Pan Am Field was the only mainland airport in the eastern United States with port of entry facilities. During World War II, Miami Army Airfield opened south of Pan American Field, thus expanding aviation facilities in Miami. After the war, the City of Miami purchased and merged Pan American Field with Miami Army Airfield, renaming it to 36th Street Airport. The railroad separating the two fields was moved further south and more land was used to unite and expand both facilities. Throughout the years, the number of flight destinations increased and the facility was renamed to Miami International Airport (MIA).

Present Day MIA

Today, MIA is one of the busiest airports in the nation. MIA serviced over 45 million passengers in 2018, making it the 13th busiest airport in the United States and 40th busiest in the world. With over 1,000 daily flights to 167 domestic and international destinations, MIA caters to destinations in Europe, Africa, the Caribbean, Western Asia, and Latin America. It is also America's third-busiest airport for international travelers and is the largest North American gateway to Latin America.

Most US passenger flights to Central and South America will connect through MIA. Latin American-based airlines that fly out of the airport include: Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air Europa, Avianca, and Copa Airlines. It is also one of the major hubs for American Airlines, which has flights to over 20 Latin American destinations including Belize City, Bogota, Guatemala City, Mexico City, Punta Cana, Quito, San Jose, Tegucigalpa, and Varadero.

MIA Terminals and Concourses

Miami's North, Central, and South terminals are home to six concourses, from D to J, and 130 gates.

MIA Concourse D

North Terminal contains Concourse D, the largest one with 51 gates stretching over 1.2 miles. American Airlines shares this concourse with other One World Alliance member airlines, such as Qatar Airways and British Airways. There are two American Airlines Admirals Clubs within the concourse, located at D-30 and D-15. It is a lively concourse, with a number of bars, restaurants, quick eateries, and shops, as listed below.

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries

  • Pizza (D-27)
  • Au Bon Pan (2nd Level Departures)
  • Bacardi Mojito (D-53)
  • Beaudevin (D-24)
  • Cafe Versailles (D-5, D-20, D-44)
  • Chefs of the Caribbean (D-29)
  • Clubhouse One (D-24)
  • Concrete Beach Brewery (1st level departures)
  • Corona Beach House (D-23)
  • Craft Beer Cart (D-26)
  • Dunkin' (D-41)
  • Einstein Bagels (D-26)
  • Estefan Kitchen Express (D-26)
  • Fig & Fennel (D-28)
  • Haagen Dazs (D-10)
  • Halfmoon Empanadas (D-29)
  • Icebox Cafe (D-8)
  • Islander Bar & Grill (D-4, D-49)
  • Jose Cuervo Tequileria (D-11)
  • Juan Valdez Cafe (D-23)
  • KFC (2nd level departures)
  • Ku-Va Restaurant & Bar (2nd level departures)
  • La Carreta (D-37)
  • Lorena Garcia Cocina (D-53)
  • Manchu Wok (D-21, D-44)
  • Misha's Cupcakes (D-29)
  • My Ceviche (D-29)
  • Nathan's Famous (2nd level departures, D-21, D-37)
  • Ocean Drive - Prive Gourmet (D-34)
  • Pizza Hut Express (2nd level departures)
  • Shula's Bar & Grill (D-17)
  • Spring Chicken (D-22)
  • Starbucks (many locations)
  • Sushi Maki (2nd level departures)
  • Sweet Indulgences (D-26)
  • T.G.I Friday's (D-36)
  • Taco Bell (2nd level departures)
  • The Clover Irish Pub (D-30)
  • The Counter (D-33)
  • Tropical News Cafe (2nd level departures)
  • Villa Pizza (D-21, D-43)
  • Wendy's (D-19)

Shops

  • Air Essentials (many locations)
  • Bijoux Turner (2nd level departures)
  • Booklink & Cafe (2nd level departures)
  • Books & Books (2nd level departures)
  • Britto (2nd level departures)
  • Calvin Klein (2nd level departures)
  • Coach (2nd level departures)
  • Coco Bay (2nd level departures)
  • Cuban Crafters MIA (2nd level departures)
  • Duty Free Americas (D-16, D-25, D-30, D-41)
  • Hudson News (D-29)
  • Ice Currency Exchange (1st level arrivals, 2nd level departures, D-19, D-29)
  • InMotion (2nd level departures)
  • Johnnie Walker Store (D-16)
  • Johnston & Murphy (D-30)
  • Miami Gifts to Go (D-21)
  • Miami Marlins (D-28)
  • Miami News Now (D-41)
  • Miami To Go (D-41)
  • Michael Kors (D-30)
  • Montblanc (D-14)
  • NewsLink (2nd level departures, D-7, D-12, D-25, D-32)
  • NewsLink Explorer (D-22)
  • Original Penguin (D-28)
  • Polo Ralph Lauren (D-15)
  • Sound Balance
  • Starfire Design (D-40)
  • Sunglass Hut (D-21, D-40)
  • Taxco Sterling (D-21, D-30)
  • Tech on the Go (D-30)
  • The Miami Heat Store (D-32)
  • The Shoppes at Ocean Drive (D-17)
  • Tropical News (1st level arrivals, D-50)
  • Victoria's Secret (D-11)
  • XpressSpa (D-11)

MIA Central Terminal contains Concourse E, Concourse F, and Concourse G.

MIA Concourse E

Concourse E has 18 gates and serves the rest of the One World Alliance Airways, including Finnair, Iberia, Interjet, and American Eagle. It was the airport's first international terminal, with its own immigration and customs facilities. Inside Concourse E is International Satellite Terminal, which was opened in 1976 and located above the original Concourse E. This terminal is able to handle Airbus A380 Super Jumbo, the largest jet aircraft ever. Concourse E also contains a premium lounge for international passengers flying in first and business class as well as OneWorld Emerald and Sapphire Elite members. Below is a list of bars, restaurants, quick eateries, and shops that can be found in Concourse E and their location:

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries at 2nd level departures

  • Air Margaritaville
  • Burger King
  • Cafe La Carreta
  • Chef Creole
  • Pizza Hut (E-7)
  • Samuel Adams (E-7)
  • Sergio's Cuban (E-5)
  • Starbucks
  • Subway
  • Viena (E-4)
  • World Wide Cafe (E-10)
  • Shops at 2nd level departures
  • Abraham Exclusive Shoe Shone
  • Desigual (E-5)
  • Duty Free Americas
  • Havana Collection
  • Hudson News
  • Ice Currency Exchange (also at 1st level arrivals)
  • Leather & Co
  • Mindworks
  • NewsLink (E-5)
  • Tous (E-4)

Upper Floor Concourse E Satellite

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries at 2nd level departures

  • Cafe Versailles
  • Pizza Hut Express
  • Stella Bar
  • Sushi Maki
  • Wynwood Warehouse Bar

Shops at 2nd level departures

  • Air Essentials
  • Duty Free Americas
  • Ice Currency Exchange
  • InTune
  • NewsLink
  • Time Zone & Shades

MIA Concourse F

Concourse F has 19 gates and is unique because its TSA security checkpoint is located on the third floor. Airlines that use Concourse F include Aeroflot, Aer Lingus, Air Europa, Air Italy, Avior Airlines, BOA, Cayman Airways, Eurowings, Finnair, Flair Air, Miami Air, Sunwing, Suriname Airways, Swift Air, TAP, TUIfly, Volaris, Westjet, World Atlantic, and XL Airways France. Below is a list of bars, restaurants, quick eateries, and shops that can be found in Concourse F:

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries

  • Budweiser Brewhouse (F-12)
  • Cafe Versailles (2nd level departures)
  • Dunkin' (2nd level departures)
  • Guava & Java (F-14)
  • Halfmoon Empanadas (F-11)
  • Pizza Hut Express (F-14)
  • Sbarro's (2nd level departures)
  • World Wide Market (F-10)

Shops at 2nd level departures

  • Bijoux Turner
  • Books 4 Travel
  • Duty Free Americas (also at F-11)
  • Hudson News
  • Ice Currency Exchange
  • Mercado Miami
  • Pack & Wrap
  • Tech on the Go (F-11)

MIA Concourse G

The 15 gates at Concourse G service international departures and domestic arrivals only, since this concourse does not have immigration and customs facilities. Airlines that primarily use Concourse G are Aruba Airlines, Bahamasair, Eastern Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Sun Country, and United Airlines. Below is a list of bars, restaurants, quick eateries, and shops that can be found in Concourse G:

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries at 2nd level departures

  • Au Bon Pain
  • Budweiser Brewhouse (G-10)
  • Chili's Too
  • Guava & Java (G-9)
  • Pizza Hut Express (G-15)
  • Villa Italian Kitchen
  • World Wide Market (G-8)

Shops at 2nd level departures

  • Bayside Brush
  • Bijoux Terner
  • GNC
  • Hudson News (G-9)
  • InMotion
  • NewsLink
  • Ron Jon Surf Shop
  • Tech on the Go (G-8)
  • Time 4 Shades
  • Travel Bags & Co

MIA South Terminal is comprised of Concourses H and J.

MIA Concourse H

Originally built in 1961 for Delta Air Lines, Concourse H contains 18 gatesservicing Delta, Aerolineas Argentinas, Aeromexico, Air France, GOL, KLM, and Turkish Airlines. Delta Air Lines Sky Club is also located here. Below is a list of bars, restaurants, quick eateries, and shops that can be found in Concourse H:

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries

  • Budweiser Brewhouse (2nd level departures)
  • Heineken Bar (H-6)
  • Nathan's Famous (H-9)
  • Pizza Hut (H-12)
  • Quizno's (H-12)
  • Starbucks (H-5)
  • Subway (H-7)
  • Shops at 2nd level departures
  • Adixion
  • Bead Factory
  • Bijoux Terner
  • Duty Free Americas (H-4)
  • Hudson News
  • Ice Currency Exchange
  • InMotion
  • Jetsetter Spa
  • NewsLink (also at H-8)

MIA Concourse J

Concourse J has 15 gates and services airlines such as Air Canada, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Avianca, Caribbean Airlines, COPA Airlines, El Al, GOL, LATAM, Lufthansa, SAS, Swiss International, Virgin Atlantic, and VivaAir. The VIP Lounge and Avianca Lounge are located in Concourse J. Below is a list of bars, restaurants, quick eateries, and shops that can be found in Concourse J:

Bars, Restaurants, and Quick Eateries

  • Corona Beach House (J-11)
  • Earl of Sandwich (J-8)
  • Gilbert's Food Bar (2nd level departures)
  • Starbucks (J-7)

Shops

  • Duty Free Americas (J-5, J-6)
  • Ice Currency Exchange (3rd level international arrivals)
  • Miami News Connection (2nd level departures)
  • News Express (J-7)
  • Stellar News (2nd level departures)

Below is a map of MIA and all its terminals, concourses, and gates:

MIA On-Site Parking Guide

Parking at MIA is fairly simple. A total of 8,388 parking spaces within two main garages, with valet parking service and a lot for oversized vehicles. The two main garages are Dolphin and Flamingo. The airline's terminal determines which parking is most convenient. Dolphin Garage is adjacent to Terminals D and E, for American and Qatar Airways. Flamingo Garage is ideal for all other airlines and terminals (F, G, H and J). Flamingo Garage is also extended by South Parking, which is closer for those departing from terminal J. Travelers should ensure to stamp their parking ticket with the garage name, level and aisle, so they can easily find their vehicle upon their return. For both garages, rates are $2 per 20 minutes or $17 maximum rate per day. The maximum rate applies after 2 hours and 40 minutes. Each vehicle is limited to a maximum of 60 days in the garages. Rates for the high-vehicle lot are the same as for the garages. For valet parking, located inside Dolphin and Flamingo garages on the departure level, rates are $18 for the first three hours or $30 per day, with a maximum stay rate of 20 days.

Below is an MIA Parking Map for convenience:

Off-Site Parking at MIA

Miami International Airport garages always seem to be full and are not easy on a traveler's budget, especially for long trips. Thankfully, Cheap Airport Parking provides economical options available nearby, partnering with hotels and other lot facilities. Reserving a spot ahead of time reduces stress and hassle from the travel experience.

CAP has partnered with 13 hotels and parking facilities around MIA to provide travelers with a numerous amount of options for off-site parking. Hotels include Marriott, Sheraton, Staybridge, Embassy Suites, and Element Miami. Lot facilitators include Deal Airport Parking, U-Save Parking, Park to Travel, East Coast Car Rental & Airport, Omni Airport Parking, and Park Go Fly USA. Rates start as low as $6.95 per day, and parking options include outdoor and indoor self and outdoor and indoor valet. Each lot differs on how long a traveler can leave their vehicle, but most do not have restrictions. All lots are open 24 hours and offer regular free shuttle service to the terminals every 15 minutes. Travelers easily save 40% on parking when they book with CAP.

Booking with CAP is fast and simple. Simply select your travel dates and MIA as the departing airport and a list of available options will appear. For questions, please visit our FAQ page. If there are still some concerns, please fill out our contact form.