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PROMOTION Orlando International Airport USA Orlando International Airport Showcase: MCO


Contacts


With Orlando International Airport catering for both leisure and business travel, now is the time for airlines to take advantage of multiple markets


Vicki Jaramillo, Senior Director of Marketing and Air Service Development T: +1 407 825 3898 M: +1 407 797 3272 vjaramillo@goaa.org


Jerry Harris, Assistant Director of Marketing and Air Service Development T: +1 407 825 3133 M: +1 407 487 6789 jharris@goaa.org


Lissa Curtin,


Business Development Manager T: +1 407 825 3132 M: +1 407 271 9414 lcurtin@goaa.org


Juliana Peña Pérez,


Assistant Manager of Business Development T: +1 407 825 3153 M: +1 407 201 0589 julianapenaperez@goaa.org


Darren L’Appanna, Research Analyst T: +1 407 825 3167 darren.lappanna@goaa.org


30 ISSUE 1 ROUTES NEWS 2017 routesonline.com A


strong tourism cluster established Orlando as the “Happiest Place on Earth”, yet the region offers a tale of two stories: one of a city known


as the number one family destination with 66 million visitors in 2016; another known as the world’s epicentre for high-tech modelling, simulation and training. With more than 122,000 hotel rooms and 20,000


vacation rentals, Orlando has an array of accommodation. The Orange County Convention Center is the second largest in the US, echoing Cvent’s classification of Orlando as the top US meeting destination and helping perpetuate Orlando as host of some of the largest medical meetings. Strategically located at the region’s heart is Orlando


International Airport, covering more than 60% of Florida’s population with a 12.5 million-person catchment area. Orlando International Airport’s strong market growth, operational efficiency, outstanding customer service and community partnerships help airlines exceed their route-development goals. A record 42 million annual passengers triggered the


development of a new South Terminal, with completion forecast for fall 2020. South Terminal Phase 1 features 16 gates and an automated people mover complex that will connect south and north terminals, as well as intermodal terminal facility for rail. Orlando International Airport will be the first US airport to offer intercity rail service from an airport with the launch of All Aboard Florida in 2018 and 16 daily departures from the airport to Miami. Special thanks for new Orlando International Airport


service goes to AirBerlin, Emirates, Eurowings, Frontier, jetBlue, LATAM, Norwegian, Spirit and WestJet.


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