Facilities Offered at Miami International Airport

At Miami International Airport, there are lots of specialized lounges for Military Personnel travelers and for disabled people. The mission of these places is hospitality, which allows veterans, military personnel, and their families have a comfortable place to rest while traveling. Many organizations like The Miami Marlins, The All-Star games, Major League Baseball, and the Robert R. McCormick Foundation help to renew and upgrade these lounges. They are always comfortable and clean and often offer some snacks and cold drinks for free.

All of these are created in order to appreciate people, who have served for the country or who have lost their lives. For more information, please visit the website:

www.militaryloungemiami.com.

For disabled passengers, who require some special conditions can reserve special services like the wheelchair and other equipment. The Airport of Miami has a special program, which tries to improve access to services, depending on the ideas of the Aviation Department and Airport stuff. In case of need of a wheelchair service, it is better to contact your airline as they may require time to take the arrangements.

As for unaccompanied minorities, it is important to provide information if a child is traveling alone. Usually, it is unable to book a flight for an unaccompanied child at a discounted price. Even more, you may have to pay additional fees and responsibilities. Notary document is necessary for every case like this. Some airlines consider the age of unaccompanied minors to be from 5 to 11. Some airlines extended the age up to 15 years. 

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