Owls on the airfield? Enough soap to fill a swimming pool? Learn about these MIA fun facts and more!
Miami International Airport has Burrowing Owls, which are a protected species, living on the airfield.
MIA has more flights to and from Cuba than any other airport in the United States.
MIA uses 672,640 rolls of toilet tissue each year, which is equivalent to 42 miles or a trip from MIA to Boca Raton.
Employee shuttle buses make more than 1,150 trips per day, transporting more than 15,000 employees daily between the employee parking lot and MIA.
MIA uses 18,736 gallons of liquid soap each year, which is the equal to your average residential swimming pool.
MIA and related aviation industries contribute 282,043 jobs directly and indirectly to the local economy. That equates to one out of 4.1 jobs.