Why South Florida

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AIRPORTS South Florida has three international airports with over 2,000 daily flights including over 190 international destinations, making it one of the top international hubs in the country. All three airports serviced over 95.2 million passengers in 2023, an increase of more than 15.2 million passengers from 2022.

Passenger traffic increased by 3.4 million during 2023 from the previous year

#1 International Freight #1 International Passengers

PORTS Known as the cruise capital of the world, South Florida has three significant ports that handle a large amount of passengers and cargo. All three ports are crucial economic drivers for the region and handled nearly 2.6 million TEU's in 2022, holding steady from the previous year despite global economic headwinds and remained above the 2.2 million seen during 2020. The area's most significant trade partners were with Latin America/Caribbean followed by Asia.

#1 Cruise Port in the World - Contributes over $43 Billion to local economy

#3 Cruise Port in the World - Contributes over $30 Billion to local economy

#4 Busiest container port among Florida’s 15 deepwater ports. Contributes more than $14 Billion to local economy

BRIGHTLINE Brightline is a high-speed passenger rail that currently connects Miami, Aventura, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, and Orlando. Additional stations are planned for Tampa, Disney, Stuart, and PortMiami. The Tampa and Disney stations are expected to be completed over the next five to eight years.

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