BOAC911
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Connecting At MIA US To Int'l On OW

Mon May 30, 2011 9:55 am

Are Concourse D and E connected airside, or does one need to go through a separate security check point again? Also, British Airways and Iberia operated from Concourse E?
 
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RE: Connecting At MIA US To Int'l On OW

Mon May 30, 2011 12:13 pm

D & E are connected airside so no need to re-clear security if you are connecting from a domestic American Airlines flight to a British Airways or Iberia flight. I assume when you said "US to Int'l" you meant domestic to international and not US Airways.

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