Miami International Airport – VIP Terminal Development and Operations RFP

Miami International Airport travelers are looking to savor new experiences that they can share with others on social platforms. In response, Miami International Airport is putting out an RFP on the planned VIP Terminal creation.

These travelers consist of frequent elite travelers that value status and want to avoid the congestion of a conventional passenger terminal. MIA is committed to providing a unique premium experience that embraces global sophistication and local culture, with efficiency, safety, privacy, and convenience.

MIA is seeking a qualified firm to design, build, and operate a cutting edge, innovative VIP terminal concept. This RFP should cover providing access to commercial passenger airlines that embodies a state-of-the-art, first-class facility in an airport environment.

The winning firm will design, build, and operate a full-service VIP passenger terminal at Miami International Airport. The atmosphere should be for a first-class passenger in an airport environment. Proposers have the flexibility to propose a range of concepts in their RFP.

The RFP for Miami International Airport’s VIP terminal should reflect the innovativeness in new and current airport trends, including a modern design incorporating aviation-specific art and theming.

The VIP Terminal should include the following exclusive amenities:

  • High-quality dining options representative of local and international flavors
  • Bars with premium liquors, beer, wine, and nonalcoholic beverages
  • Private/Quiet spaces
  • Sleeping rooms
  • Conference rooms/dedicated meeting space
  • Spas
  • Limousine rides
  • Outdoor decks
  • Membership requirements
  • 3rd party application partnerships
  • Baggage services
  • Vehicle valet service, et al.
  • Secured parking for client-owned vehicles

For more information and the draft, solicitation contact Luis Andre Gazitua.

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Luis is an experienced procurement lawyer and Miami lobbyist serving elected officials, businesses, international clients, and trade associations. He regularly appears before local and state government in order to advance complex objectives for clients against competing interests. He has weathered various competitive processes in Florida including Home Rule Charter Amendments, Recalls, Local, State and Federal campaigns.