Passengers at Miami International Airport will soon be able to avoid the main terminals and be driven directly to their planes, even when flying commercial.
The service includes a new private terminal known as PS Miami.
The historic Pan American Airways Regional Headquarters will be renovated to create the new terminal, with architect Richard Heisenbottle overseeing the restoration.
The 2-story building is known as building 874, with about 19,500 square feet of leasable space designated as historical by the Miami-Dade County Historic Preservation Board. It is located on the north side of MIA, facing N.W. 36th Street, at N.W. 49th Avenue.
Members and guests will be able to use a lounge in the terminal, with both indoor and outdoor courtyard space. Dining, bars, meeting rooms and a spa are among the amenities planned.
There will also be private suites with balconies, allowing complete privacy while waiting for your plane.
TSA screening will also be offered in the terminal, as will U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
At boarding time, passengers will be driven to their flights at any terminal at the airport. Pickup service is also available upon arrival.
PS already has a location at LAX in Los Angeles, with additional terminals planned at Dallas Fort Worth and Atlanta airports.
It costs around $1000 per use for lounge access, or nearly $5,000 for a suite, according to the PS website. Memberships are also offered.