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FYI Miami: March 26, 2015

NEW LINKS TAKING WING: Twice-weekly Aerolineas Argentinas flights linking Miami and Córdoba, Argentina’s second-largest city, are among a cluster of new flights planned through Miami International Airport. The new service on Saturdays and Sundays begins July…

FYI Miami: January 8, 2015

JOBS GAIN LEADERS: Miami-Dade and Broward counties recorded among the highest-over-year percentage increases in the nation in total employment in November, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported last week.…

FYI Miami: January 1, 2015

CONSTRUCTION BOOM: While nonresidential construction contracts were almost exactly flat in November from November 2013, residential contracts for future work more than quadrupled, from $217 million plus in November 2013…

FYI Miami: December 25, 2014

PARTNERSHIP POSSIBILITY: As developers of Miami Worldcenter move toward an early 2015 start of phase one, talks behind the scenes of a public-private partnership to build a parking garage as…

FYI Miami: December 18, 2014

LANDING SITE: American Airlines signed a five-year lease renewal in its Coral Gables office building at 901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. One of the largest employers in Miami-Dade County, American…

FYI Miami: December 11, 2014

BADIA SPICES: Local spice manufacturing giant Badia Spices Inc. is on its way to opening a second distribution facility. The Miami-Dade County Commission gave final approval for a $10.5 million…

FYI Miami: December 4, 2014

INTERNATIONAL AIR LINKS: It’s a big week here for international aviation. Air France brought its 516-seat Airbus A380-800, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, to Miami International Airport on Monday evening,…

FYI Miami: November 27, 2014

AIRPORT CONTRACT: The Miami-Dade County Commission is to vote whether to allocate added funds and time for a construction project at Miami International Airport’s North Terminal. Commissioners are to vote…

FYI Miami: November 20, 2014

ENERGY COST SAVINGS: Miami-Dade government wants to save on energy costs at the county-run Miami International Airport. The county might contract with Florida Power & Light Co. for the utility…

FYI Miami: November 13, 2014

SPEEDING UP: Miami-Dade has changed procurement for Jackson Health System contracts. An ordinance the county commission OK’d last week aims to speed up the awarding of contracts for capital improvements…

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