Miami Limo Service Reference: Airports, Conventions, Passenger Rights

Airport Commuter offers detailed information for our limousine and airport car service customers in Miami. If you're a first-time visitor to Miami and want a little help, also check out our Miami overview for limousine tourists. If you have any questions, just give us a call!

Miami Airport Information:

Airport Commuter Miami provides professional airport limousine service to the Miami area's three main airports: Miami International Airport (MIA), Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), and Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL). Miami International Airport (MIA) is the city's main airport. MIA has Concourses A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I (J is under construction). Real-time flight information is available for Miami International Airport. For further information on Miami International Airport, call 305.876.7000 or 305.876.7024.

Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is 3.5 miles west of Palm Beach and adjacent to Intersate 95. PBI has Level 1 for Arrivals and Level 2 for Departures; Level 1 has a transportation desk at either end for limousine service customers. For further information for Palm Beach International Airport, call 561.471.7420. You can also track flight arrivals and flight departures online.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) has terminals 1-4. Limousine customers should go to the transportation podium outside the lower level. Real-time flight information is available for FLL. For further information please contact Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport by calling 866.I FLY FLL.

Miami Conventions and Commerce:

James L. Knight International Center is Miami's main Convention Center (400 SE Second Avenue, Miami, Florida 33131 :: 305.372.4633). Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami are two of the busiest ports in the United States, and downtown Miami has the highest concentration of international banks in the country. Some of the companies headquartered in Miami are: Burger King, Carnival Cruise Lines, Ryder Systems, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Citrix systems and AutoNation. Also, several companies have their Latin American operations based in Miami, such as Exxon, FedEx, Microsoft, Sony, Oracle, Disney, Cisco and American Airlines.

Your Safety as a Miami Limousine Passenger:

Be sure that you are dealing with a fully-licensed and insured limo company before booking services with a particular Miami limousine company. For general information, please see our list of federally regulated minimum requirements for limousine operators to understand national laws regarding your safety as a limousine passenger.

Your Legal Rights as a Miami Limousine Passenger:

Before booking with a particular Miami limousine company it is best to become clear on all charges expected to be included in your limousine service. Tolls, airport fees, regulatory fees, travel time, holiday surcharges, fuel surcharges and courtesy cell-phone usage charges are common but should always be stated clearly up front and must, of course, apply to the services for which you are paying. By clearing up these areas in the beginning, you will be able to avoid companies who slip in fees not included in your quote rate.