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UberX OK X’d out

The Miami-Dade County Commission deferred voting Tuesday on an ordinance that would have legalized peer-to-peer transportation services that are based on smartphone apps. The ordinance would have legalized these services and would have established rules under which…

Airport Directors Regularly Meet At Power Lunch Powwows

Airport directors for three South Florida counties are hoping to increase regional awareness in the aviation industry through regular meetings.…

New Hotels Splitting Up The Business Pie In Airport West

Industry changes and new hotels in the Airport West area have softened the business traveler market, but hoteliers don't expect the doldrums to linger.…

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Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction. These filming permits were issued last…

New Ships Due In Miami To Boost Passenger Flows

Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise lines each plan to add ships in October to their Port of Miami fleets.…

Art Science Museums Form Pact In Bid For Bicentennial Park Sites

Officials for two Miami museums are joining hands to seek Bicentennial Park for their new locations.…

Lanchile Hub To Take Line To Top Among Offshore Carriers

In a major expansion of its South Florida hub, LanChile is constructing what is destined to become the largest cargo terminal of any foreign line at Miami International Airport.…

Physicianowned Firm Buys Fair Havens Against Trend

Bucking an industry trend, a corporation headed by Miami physician-entrepreneur Jack J. Michel has acquired the 269-bed Fair Havens Center in Miami Springs for $9.8 million.…

Online Toll For Travel Agents Is Relatively Slight

Although on-line travel websites are becoming popular, traditional agencies will still be the place to book many trips for a long time, industry observers said.…

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