Miami-Dade commissioners are set to vote next week on issuing $5 billion in bonds for renovation and expansion of Miami International Airport.
Commissioners voted unanimously earlier this month to approve the bonds, and a second and final reading is scheduled for March 17.
Around $1 billion will cover projects that are already underway, with the remaining $4 billion to cover projects between 2020 and 2036.
The Central Terminal will see the biggest changes, including demolition and rebuild of Concourses F and G. There will also be a new check in area, and even the curbside and exterior will be rebuilt.
In the North Terminal, four new widebody gates will be added by reconfiguring space. The regional gates at D60 will also be expanded and rebuilt.
The South Terminal will be expanded with several new gates and a new retail area.
The funding and plans will be structured to allow the airport to speed up or slow down the expansion based on any rise or fall in demand.
Here’s a full list of what is being funded at MIA from 2020 through 2036. The total value reaches $4,015,563,000 when including work at other county airports like Opa Locka:
Central terminal rebuild:
North Terminal expansion: