Miami International Airport

This page shows Miami International Airport’s (MIA) latest international trade data.

In the first quarter of 2023, MIA exported $10.9B and imported $7.73B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $3.17B. MIA’s top export destinations in Q1 2023 were Brazil ($2.79B), Colombia ($793M), Chile ($788M), United Kingdom ($592M), and Argentina ($588M). The fastest-growing export destinations (Apr 2022- Apr 2023) are Brazil (up 9.28%), Paraguay (up 41.6%), and Taiwan (up 1.07k%).

MIA’s top import origins in Q1 of 2023 were Colombia ($853M), China ($633M), Chile ($603M), Costa Rica ($575M), and France ($499M). Imports from Chile (up  8.51%) and Brazil (up 28.1%) are among the fastest-growing import origins (Apr 2022- Apr 2023).

Miami-Dade Aviation Statistics

UNITS: FLIGHTS OPERATIONS
CURRENT YEARS: 06/2023

Miami Intl Airport’s Top Q1 2023
Export Destinations

TOTAL: $10.9B

Miami-Dade Aviation Statistics
Freight Carried

UNITS: SHORT TONS
CURRENT YEARS: 06/2023

Miami Intl Airport’s Top Q1 2023
Import Origins

TOTAL: $7.73B

Trade

In Q1 of 2023, the top exports of Miami Intl Airport were aircraft parts ($2.17B), telephones ($1.39B), packaged medications ($618M), integrated circuits ($359M), and medical instruments ($330M). In Q1 2023 top imports of MIA were unspecified commodities ($1.15B), gold ($800M), telephones ($603M), fish fillets ($507M), and gas turbines ($503M).

Sources: Miami International Airport, The Observatory of Economic Complexity, United States Census Bureau USA Trade® Online.