Welcome to the Miami Air Route Traffic Control Center! The Miami ARTCC is made up of aviation and air traffic control enthusiasts who control the virtual skies from Tampa to Key West and points eastward over the Bahamas.
Flying in Miami?
Ever wondered why the controller changed the route you filed? Or why the controller assigned you a really low intermediate altitude when departing KFLL?
So you’re already a VATSIM pilot and you’re looking to take your flight simulation hobby to the next level. Or, perhaps you’re already a VATSIM controller looking for a new and fun place to control.
DeltaVA.org and JoinAvA.org will be hosting a joint operations flight from Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International Airport (KATL) to Miami International Airport (KMIA) on Monday, February 27th, 2017 from 2000 EST to 2300 EST. Routes: BANNG2 LUCKK SZW SSCOT3 VARSTY2...read more
This year's first vZMA ARTCC Friday Night Operations (FNO) will feature Miami international Airport (KMIA). The event will take place on Friday, March 17th, 2017 from 2300Z to 0330Z. The event will strive to completely staff KMIA, although controllers are encouraged...read more
Controlling and would like to reach a broader audience? Mention us on your tweet to promote the ARTCC through social media. Just use the @vzmaartcc and your tweet will appear on our timeline as well as our front page. Don't forget to include you position in a hash...read more