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Miami International Airport's (MIA) and the General Aviation Airports' annual economic impact is $31.9 billion. MIA and related aviation industries contribute 275,708 jobs directly and indirectly to the local economy. That equates to one out of 4.6 jobs.

Additional Airports:

A blue plane in Miami Executive Airport

Miami Executive Airport (TMB): One of the busiest general aviation airports in Florida, serving corporate, recreational, flight training, and governmental agency activities. As a reliever to Miami International Airport, its location also provides fast and easy access to the Florida Turnpike, Ocean Reef, the Florida Keys and a variety of recreational and business activities. The airport provides modern, efficient and professionally staffed FBO facilities serving the expanding corporate and business interests of South Florida.

The air traffic control tower of Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport

Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport (OPF): Located only 10 minutes from Hard Rock Stadium (home of the Miami Dolphins), 35 minutes from Marlins Park (home of the Florida Marlins), 35 minutes from Downtown Miami, 30 minutes from Miami Beach and only 20 minutes from Miami International Airport. Designated as a reliever to Miami International Airport, Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport features no landing fees and quick and easy access. The airport offers full FBO service, a wide range of aircraft repair and maintenance services, including airframe, power plant and avionics repair, and U.S. Customs Service on the airfield. The airport is also home to the busiest U.S. Coast Guard Air/Sea Rescue Station.

A plane in Miami Homestead General Aviation Airport

Miami Homestead General Aviation Airport: Situated approximately three miles northwest of the City of Homestead, Miami Homestead General Aviation Airport (X51) offers quick and easy access with no landing fees. The airport is adjacent to Everglades National Park.