Airport 24/7: Miami Season 2 Sneak Peek Pictures

Take a look at some of the drama that unfolds at Miami International Airport on season 2 of Airport 24/7: Miami.

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Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies
Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies

Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies

After discovering a knife concealed in a shoe, Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies to notify them of the security scare. 960 1280

  

Ashutosh looks into flight information for missing passengers, while Stefan radios a last call for Frankfurt over the loudspeaker. 960 1280

Last call for Frankfurt   

TSA screening checkpoint

TSA screening checkpoint

Passengers wait in line at the TSA screening checkpoint. Shoes, handbags and coats are sent through the scanner. 960 1280

  

A possible delay

A possible delay

Stefan knows that if the missing passengers don't show up in time, the ramp workers will have to take their checked baggage off the flight -- which could result in a delay for Lufthansa. 960 1280

  

The TSA agent does a second screening

The TSA agent does a second screening

TSA agent engages in a second screening of a carry-on item, checking for prohibited items like liquids, gels and aerosols over 3.4 ounces. 960 1280

  

TSA agents

TSA agents

TSA agents discuss the wildest items that they’ve seen come through the checkpoint. Today, it's a large jar of peanut butter and a loaded firearm that set off their radar. 960 1280

  

MIA's airfield

MIA's airfield

A shot of the airfield. 960 1280

  

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares spots a peculiar item on the screen -- a knife in a shoe. 960 1280

  

TSA screening checkpoint

TSA screening checkpoint

Passengers wait in line at the TSA screening checkpoint. Shoes are removed as a safety measure to screen for weapons concealed in the soles of sneakers. 960 1280

  

Stefan alerts his staff

Stefan alerts his staff

Stefan gets word that the cleaners need to be taken off the A380, so that Customs and Border Protection can perform an inspection. He climbs aboard the aircraft to spread the news. 960 1280

  

Albert empties the lavatories

Albert empties the lavatories

Albert tugs on the hose to make sure it won't detach while he empties the lavatories. 960 1280

  

The Lufthansa flight has landed

The Lufthansa flight has landed

The Lufthansa flight has landed, and cargo is being offloaded. Customs and Border Protection officers are prepared to tackle one of the largest freighters that this airfield has ever seen: the Airbus A380. 960 1280

  

Ashutosh explains the task of turning a plane

Ashutosh explains the task of turning a plane

Ashutosh explains the seemingly impossible task of turning the Lufthansa A380 plane without taking a delay -- de-boarding over 500 passengers, prepping, fueling, cleaning and reboarding the aircraft, all in just 2 1/2 hours. Missing passengers and surprise inspections from Customs and Border Protection put his team down to the final seconds. 960 1280

  

Lufthansa A380

Lufthansa A380

A beautiful silhouette of the majestic Lufthansa A380 taxiing the runway with the air traffic control tower keeping watch over the activity high in the skies. 960 1280

  

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Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies

Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies

After discovering a knife concealed in a shoe, Daniel and the TSA agents radio all agencies to notify them of the security scare. 960 1280

  

Ashutosh looks into flight information for missing passengers, while Stefan radios a last call for Frankfurt over the loudspeaker. 960 1280

Last call for Frankfurt   

TSA screening checkpoint

TSA screening checkpoint

Passengers wait in line at the TSA screening checkpoint. Shoes, handbags and coats are sent through the scanner. 960 1280

  

A possible delay

A possible delay

Stefan knows that if the missing passengers don't show up in time, the ramp workers will have to take their checked baggage off the flight -- which could result in a delay for Lufthansa. 960 1280

  

The TSA agent does a second screening

The TSA agent does a second screening

TSA agent engages in a second screening of a carry-on item, checking for prohibited items like liquids, gels and aerosols over 3.4 ounces. 960 1280

  

TSA agents

TSA agents

TSA agents discuss the wildest items that they’ve seen come through the checkpoint. Today, it's a large jar of peanut butter and a loaded firearm that set off their radar. 960 1280

  

MIA's airfield

MIA's airfield

A shot of the airfield. 960 1280

  

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares spots a peculiar item on the screen -- a knife in a shoe. 960 1280

  

TSA screening checkpoint

TSA screening checkpoint

Passengers wait in line at the TSA screening checkpoint. Shoes are removed as a safety measure to screen for weapons concealed in the soles of sneakers. 960 1280

  

Stefan alerts his staff

Stefan alerts his staff

Stefan gets word that the cleaners need to be taken off the A380, so that Customs and Border Protection can perform an inspection. He climbs aboard the aircraft to spread the news. 960 1280

  

Albert empties the lavatories

Albert empties the lavatories

Albert tugs on the hose to make sure it won't detach while he empties the lavatories. 960 1280

  

The Lufthansa flight has landed

The Lufthansa flight has landed

The Lufthansa flight has landed, and cargo is being offloaded. Customs and Border Protection officers are prepared to tackle one of the largest freighters that this airfield has ever seen: the Airbus A380. 960 1280

  

Ashutosh explains the task of turning a plane

Ashutosh explains the task of turning a plane

Ashutosh explains the seemingly impossible task of turning the Lufthansa A380 plane without taking a delay -- de-boarding over 500 passengers, prepping, fueling, cleaning and reboarding the aircraft, all in just 2 1/2 hours. Missing passengers and surprise inspections from Customs and Border Protection put his team down to the final seconds. 960 1280

  

Lufthansa A380

Lufthansa A380

A beautiful silhouette of the majestic Lufthansa A380 taxiing the runway with the air traffic control tower keeping watch over the activity high in the skies. 960 1280

  

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Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Security Director Lauren Stover arrives at MIA ready to attend the Lamborghini event. But first, she has to ensure that all security measures are in place and all the visitors have been screened. 960 1280

  

Ericka Middleton

Ericka Middleton

Ericka Middleton waits for the Lamborghini drivers -- arriving on incoming flights -- who will attempt to break the land speed record. 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Lamborghini drivers line up their cars on the runway for a quick photo opportunity. 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Lauren performs a security sweep of all the Lamborghini drivers' credentials. 960 1280

  

Mario Fasanetto, a test driver for Lamborghini

Mario Fasanetto, a test driver for Lamborghini

Mario Fasanetto, a test driver for Lamborghini, tells Dickie Davis that the Lamborghinis will be traveling down the runway faster than a plane at takeoff. 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Every Lamborghini arriving to the airfield is inspected by police officers and K9 units to ensure the safety and security of MIA’s employees and passengers. 960 1280

  

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann

Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann gives an interview about the importance of this event and how thrilled he is to have it at MIA. 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Ericka watches as this Lamborghini prepares to roar down the runway. 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Lauren goes over security details with an MIA employee before the Lamborghini event starts. 960 1280

  

Lamborghinis at MIA

Lamborghinis at MIA

The Lamborghinis line up for a photo session. 960 1280

  

Security Director Lauren Stover

Security Director Lauren Stover

Lauren stops for an interview to discuss all the planning that has gone into the day’s event. 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

After a Lamborghini races down the runway, Dickie, Ericka, Ken and Lonnie are ready to hear the results. Was the 200-mph speed record broken? 960 1280

  

Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport

Airport officials and the Lamborghini crew gather for a group photo to commemorate the successful event. 960 1280

  

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Chief Kilby

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Chief Kilby

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Chief Kilby watches the Lamborghinis drive off the runway. The runway must be reopened quickly so the Lufthansa A380 can depart on time and airport operations can return to normal. 960 1280

  

Meet the Crew of MIA

Meet the Crew of MIA

Meet the crew from Miami International Airport on Airport 24/7 (L-R): Albert, Heidi, Dickie, Ken, Lauren, Ericka, Darius, Stretch and Tony. 960 1280

Cyrus Marshall  

Albert Cordeschi

Albert Cordeschi

Ramp duty manager Albert Cordeschi (“Ramp Ringleader”) poses on the runway underneath an airplane. 960 1280

Cyrus Marshall  

Miami International Airport Entrance

Miami International Airport Entrance

A colorful avenue of flags greets travelers at the front entrance of Miami International Airport (MIA). Among the 100,000 passengers who will arrive and depart this day is the president of the United States. 960 1280

  

Ericka Middleton

Ericka Middleton

Terminal security agent Ericka Middleton (“The Charmer”) poses in the main concourse. 960 1280

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The K9 Unit

The K9 Unit

A TSA explosive detection K9 team sweeps cargo, checking for any potential threats. With over 2 million tons of cargo passing through MIA each year, it is vital that every single pallet be swept. The K9 will sit to alert the TSA agent if it has detected the scent of explosives. 960 1280

  

Dickie Davis

Dickie Davis

Director of terminal operations Dickie Davis (“First Lady of MIA”) radios the airport’s information counter that she will check lost and found for a British couple's luggage. 960 1280

  

Tony Cooper

Tony Cooper

Terminal operations senior agent Tony Cooper (“The Mayor”) poses by the escalator in his golf cart. 960 1280

Cyrus Marshall  

Kevin Kennedy

Kevin Kennedy

Kevin Kennedy with US Customs and Border Protection inspects luggage arriving from Cuba for hidden contraband. These bags have been run through an X-ray scanner that reveals shapes on the screen that have been flagged for further inspection. 960 1280

  

Overflowing Lost and Found

Overflowing Lost and Found

The lost and found is overflowing with unclaimed items, from cash to luggage to laptops. These items are safely stored at MIA for 60 days. After that, items still left unclaimed are given to Goodwill. 960 1280

  

Ken Pyatt

Ken Pyatt

Deputy director of operations Ken Pyatt (“The Boss”) poses by the moving walkway. 960 1280

Cyrus Marshall  

Stretch Rutledge

Stretch Rutledge

Miami-Dade County motorcycle officer Stretch Rutledge (“MIA’s Gentle Giant”) poses on his motorcycle by the departures drop-off at MIA. 960 1280

Cyrus Marshall  

Heidi Anthony

Heidi Anthony

Terminal operations senior agent Heidi Anthony (“Your Princess in Shining Armor”) listens intently to the ticket agent discuss problems that the airline is experiencing with getting all passengers checked in for a French flight. 960 1280

  

Darius Bradshaw

Darius Bradshaw

Terminal operations control room agent Darius Bradshaw (“Mr. Cool”) intently watches the monitors to see what's going on in the terminal. 960 1280

  

Lauren Stover

Lauren Stover

Director of security Lauren Stover (“Supreme Queen of Security”) is relieved at the outcome of the penalty-box scare and explains why security is so important. You can never be too careful when you are dealing with safety and human lives, she says. 960 1280

  

Airfield in MIA

Airfield in MIA

A wide-angled shot of the airfield at MIA. 960 1280

  

Daniel Tabares

Daniel Tabares

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares performs a second screening of a carry-on item, checking for prohibited items like liquids, gels and aerosols over 3.4 ounces. 960 1280

  

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