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One bird can bring down a jet, so when a massive flock invades MIA, the airport must take extreme measures.
The TSA learns a tough lesson about what happens when a shoe bomb detonates.
The police are called in to question some of the passengers at MIA after the word “bomb” is mentioned at the airport. Elsewhere, catering crews customize in-flight meals.
President Obama comes to Miami International again. Only this time, Air Force One's arrival diverts a flight from Cuba that is low on fuel.
A major storm shuts down a nearby airport, filling MIA with diverted planes, passengers and ... horses.