Tourism in South Florida has been understandably dismal since the coronavirus pandemic. Last Thursday, about 11,000 passengers came through the terminals at Miami International Airport for 114 flights. A year ago, the number was nearly 120,000 passengers on more than 880 flights.
Miami-Dade’s tourism industry endured 10 weeks with coronavirus restrictions that shut down beaches and closed hotels. Now, finally, on June 1, it’s opening up slowly and surely, but with restrictions. Read more