MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Approximately 100,000 travelers pass through Miami International Airport on a daily basis.
To get them where they are going safely, and on time, it takes a virtual city of employees.
This week the Travel Channel, which usually features shows on spots where people travel to, has a new show on the people who get them there.
“Airport 24/7: Miami” will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the workings of Miami International Airport. The first two episodes of the show premier this Tuesday.
The show follows workers as they deal with terrorist threats, intercept drug smugglers, attend to medical emergencies, repair aircraft and even secure an Air Force One landing, all the while trying to get the passengers to their flights and the planes in the sky on time.
The idea for the show started with 2C Media owner Chris Sloan, who said he’s had a passion for…
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