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Air and Sea


Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport is among the busiest airports in the world. There are over eighty airlines serving MIA to approximately 150 destinations around the globe. The Economic Development Council’s region is located only 15 miles south of Miami International Airport.

Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport

Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport (KTMB) is just 15 minutes from the business centers of south Miami-Dade. The Airport’s proximity to the Florida Keys, Everglades, and Biscayne National Parks makes it perfect for eco-tourism. The airport serves primarily business, recreational, and private flights. As a reliever to Miami International Airport, Kendall-Tamiami also features no landing fees and quick, easy access. Full FBO services are available, including fueling, aircraft charter, and catering. Other services include avionics, airframe, and power plant repairs. In addition, U.S. Customs and Border Protection provides international arrival services.

Seaport

The Port of Miami has a total economic impact of more than $17 billion a year and generates more than 176,000 jobs. As the Cargo Gateway of the Americas, the Port of Miami offers services to nearly two dozen of the world’s leading cargo lines, reaching some 250 ports in more than 100 countries. Miami has a longtime distinction as the Cruise Capital of the World.

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