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Miami International Airport begins construction on Flamingo Garage extension


Miami International Airport announces traffic adjustments due to the Flamingo Parking Garage extension, affecting arrivals from May to November 2024. Enhanced facilities and support are planned to manage the flow.

Due to the construction of the Flamingo Parking Garage extension, Miami International Airport’s lower drive (arrivals level) will be reduced to three lanes from concourses G to J (Doors 20 to 33) from May 1, 2024, to November 2024. Dedicated taxi lanes will remain open, and hotel shuttles will now pick up and drop off at the departures level. Airport visitors should plan ahead and allow extra time when traveling through this area. Dedicated Miami-Dade Aviation Department officers will be on-site to assist airport users and ensure the smooth flow of traffic.

On February 20, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Miami-Dade County commissioners, and leaders from MIA and Lemartec Corporation gathered at MIA to celebrate the groundbreaking for the new 2,240-space, seven-level parking garage extension. The $136-million facility, scheduled for completion in summer 2026, will be located adjacent to MIA’s current Flamingo garage and will substantially increase parking for passengers and employees.

The new garage will also include future-ready features such as 50 spaces for electric vehicle charging, energy-efficient LED lighting fixtures, and a Parksmart Silver Certification design – the global certification program that defines, measures, and recognizes high-performing, sustainable garages.

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