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Concourse Locations Old Airlines MIA

Wed Dec 08, 2004 4:53 pm

Anyone out there in A-Net land can tell me which concourse these airlines that are no more flew out of at MIA? I know, that MIA adopted its current alphabet concourse designation in the early 70's with Eastern's new showcase which is now Concourse B. Prior to that, MIA's concourses were numbered. Terminal 1 is now H, Terminal 2 is now G and so on. Here are the airlines in question.

Western, Air Florida, Mackey, Capital, People Express, Republic, Aerofloat, Southern, Provincetown/Boston Airways, Arrow, Marco Island and to way back land for this one, Cubana!

I thank you all in advance for putting on those thinking caps.  Big thumbs up

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