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When you arrive at any Florida airports, the last thing you want to do is wait around at the rental counter trying to organize a vehicle. That's why its good to get that part of the trip organized in advance, so you can fly in and drive away without hassle. So you can do this, we've brought together all the major suppliers so you don't need to spend hours researching the internet. On this site, you can compare all the providers and come up with a vehicle/price package to... expand
suit your needs, then place a booking in our easy to use secure booking engine. We also cover all the main airport such as Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL), Miami International Airport (MIA), Orlando International Airport (MCO), Tampa International Airport (TPA) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). So fly on in and enjoy the savings!
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Miami International Airport Information

General Information One of the largest airports in the country, Miami International Airport is the primary gateway connecting passengers traveling between the U.S., the Caribbean and South America. Miami International Airport is located close to the major tourist destination of Florida and is one of the world's busiest airports in terms of international passenger and freight movement. It currently serves 134 destinations. History Miami International Airport was opened in 1928, as a field for Pan American Airways Corporation. When Pan American Airways shifted its operations to a different location, the airport was largely left deserted. Six years later, Eastern Airlines started using the airport and was followed by National Airlines three years later. Today the airport is a property of the Miami-Dade County government and is operated by the government's aviation department. Spread over 3,300 acres of land, the airport is the largest in Florida and currently ranks first busiest for international freight among U.S. airports. Considering only the volume of international passengers, the airport is the second busiest in the United States. Infrastructure The airport has three terminals – North, South and Central. There are a total of six concourses spread across these terminals. The airport has been undergoing an extensive capital improvement programme, which includes a brand new North Terminal. Every terminal is connected to a dedicated car parking area and the terminals have been interlinked to allow passengers to walk between them. Services Situated 14 kilometers from downtown Miami, the Miami International Airport is easily accessible and well connected to the city with buses, shuttles and taxis serving it. A free passenger transit system, the MIA Mover, connects the airport to chief ground transportation services, the Metrorail and the Metrobus operating from the Miami Central Station. There is also a consolidated car rental facility which brings together the services of 16 rental companies under a single roof. The airport has disability access, a dedicated praying area, internet access, a lost and found center as well as several shops, restaurants and lounges.

Orlando International Airport Information

Orlando International Airport is 6 miles southeast of the fantastic Floridian city of Orlando, surrounded by some of the region’s many lakes and ponds and less than 20 miles from Walt Disney World. It is a focus airport for Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airways, and a major international gateway for Florida. The terminal building has a hub-and-spoke layout and is divided into Terminal A and Terminal B, and 4 airside areas. These serve over 17 million passengers each year.
 
Flights from Orlando International Airport reach a wide range of destinations. There are of course many domestic connections all over the United States and short hops within Florida on commuter lines such as Florida Express jet. There are plenty of destinations in neighbouring Canada and Central America, and Lufthansa flies direct to Frankfurt. More flights to European hubs are in the works for 2014.

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International arrivals to Orlando International Airport will have to pass customs checks to ensure they are not bringing any restricted or prohibited items into the country. All items which are subject to restriction should be declared upon or before landing- these include alcohol, animal and plant products and medicines amongst others. Prohibited items include absinthe, cultural artifacts without a permit, drug paraphernalia, firearms without a permit, endangered animals and animal products, most meats, narcotics and copyright-infringing articles such as designer knock-offs.
 
Security procedures for departing passengers are carried out by the Travel Security Administration. These serve to ensure the safety of passengers by making sure no weapons or potential weapons are brought onboard any aircraft. Passengers are screened by imaging technology or metal detectors, and these can be refused in favour of a physical pat-down. Private areas are available for this. Luggage will be x-rayed to check for prohibited items. Any liquids, aerosols or gels in your carry-on should be packed in bottles or containers less than 100 millilitres, and collectively stored in a quart-sized clear ziploc bag.
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