Miami International Airport has completed minor renovations of two concourses, and decided where to place Jetblue.
The two concourses that were renovated were G and H – but neither will be occupied by Jetblue.
Concourse G had 67,882 square feet of vinyl tile replaced, while concourse Concourse J had 8,970 yards of carpet replaced as part of the renovation.
The airport was able to completely close Concourse G for the work due to the pandemic, which allowed for faster completion and cost savings.
Concourse G reopened this weekend, with a handful of flights on United Airlines.
Eventually, the concourse will be demolished as part of the Central Terminal rebuild.
MIA has also now decided on a location for its newest airline, Jetblue.
Jetblue will share a terminal with American Airlines in Concourse E, a spokesperson told The Next Miami.
Flights from MIA on Jetblue begin next week. The first flight will depart from gate E21, which requires a train ride.
New carpet in Concourse J:
New tile in Concourse G: