Miami International Airport is restoring valet parking services just in time for Labor Day weekend.
The service had been closed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Miami International Airport, it expects nearly 800,000 travelers from September 1-6.
“As our passenger traffic continues to hit record highs this year, we are proud to reinstate this popular parking option. One of our main priorities is to make MIA as accessible as possible to all of our customers. Valet parking at our two garages is the latest way we are achieving this goal,” said Ralph Cutié, Director and CEO of MIA.
Valet parking is located at the Dolphin Garage Departures Level entrance, directly across from Gate 4 of MIA’s Hall D airline check-in area.
Valet parking will also reopen at MIA’s Flamingo Garage directly across from Gate 20 of Concourse J on the Departures Level later in September.
Valets take a driver’s vehicle and park it in one of the 225 dedicated spaces on the departures or arrivals level. Drivers will then receive a parking receipt showing the date and time they parked their car, which they will present when returning to the drop-off point.
Returning travelers can even call or text ahead to let parking attendants know their flight has arrived so their vehicle can be ready for pickup.
Parking rates are $18 for less than three hours, $30 for the first three to 24 hours, and $30 daily after. The service is also available for MIA users who pick up travelers.
All valet vehicles are limited to a maximum stay of 20 days. For more information on valet parking and other options, visit the MIA parking webpage.