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Posts tagged ‘MIA’

Tri-Rail (and Metrorail) pet policy: Small dogs in carriers allowed onboard

Tri-Rail is a 71-mile commuter railway on the east side of Florida, connecting West Palm Beach and Miami by way of Boca Raton, Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale and other communities (now operated by the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority, the Tri-Rail trains run on tracks once owned and operated by CSX — the line was formerly CSX’s Miami Subdivision). A convenience for residents, Tri-Rail is also a useful option for visitors with small pets, particularly since it links up with Metrorail  … Read more

Reader’s report: American Airlines under-seat space, Miami airport pet relief area (MIA), hotel policy tip

I’m not even going to tell you how long ago reader Natalie wrote to me with this excellent report. Let’s just say that earlier this year she and Stanley, her year-and-a-half-old Cockapoo, flew on American from Boston to Key West, with a layover and a plane change in Miami. She kindly shared detailed information about some key aspects of her trip (her first-ever with Stanley!), including her check-in experience with American; the under-seat spaces on the Boeing 757 and American  … Read more

Reader’s report: Pet relief areas at Miami International Airport (MIA) and at Marsh Harbour Airport (MHH)

A few days ago, I posted a report sent to me by reader Amanda about her trip from L.A. to the Bahamas with her husband and their Chihuahua/Jack Russell mix, and promised to post separately her description of the two pet relief areas she visited at the airport in Miami. She also provided helpful information about the airport in Marsh Harbour, in the Bahamas’ Abaco Islands.

Miami International Airport (MIA)

According to the MIA web site, “MIA has animal relief areas located  … Read more