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Orlando International Airport PROMOTION


Orlando is rated the top US destination for conferences


Why Orlando – five key reasons


Tourism Top family destination Orlando received a record 66 million visitors in 2015. Regionally, there are more than 50 tourist attractions and the world’s second busiest cruise port, Port Canaveral.


Q&A Vicki Jaramillo


Senior director of marketing and air service development


Convention central Orlando is number one nationally for medical conventions while Orange County Convention Center is the second largest in US, but rated top by Cvent.


Airport Facts


Runways: 4 


Terminal: Two sides, A/B 


Gates: 93 


Annual passengers: 41,786,000 (YE Nov 2016) 


Passenger airlines: 38 


Departing flights per week: 2,840 


Destinations served: 134 (53 international/ 81 domestic) 


Largest rental car market in the world 


Terminal features a 4-star hotel with 445 rooms 


No slot or landing rights constraints 


Two Federal Inspection


Service facilities featuring global entry kiosks, automated passport


control and US Customs and Border Protection mobile passport app


Location, location, location Orlando’s central location in Florida provides the best and most accessible access to all the state and its 20 million population.


Diversified economy beyond tourism It is the modelling, simulation and training capital of the world and the epicentre for digital media and digital education.


Luxury tourism The addition of luxury hotels, shopping, dining and experiences cater for higher-yield passengers in this key market.


Which airlines and routes have you been targeting? Orlando International Airport’s international success comes predominantly from being a spoke off an international airline hub. Routes on our international unserved wish list include London Heathrow, Rio de Janeiro-Galeão, Narita, Amsterdam Schiphol, Buenos Aires, Shanghai Pudong and Beijing Capital airports, while domestically it includes Sacramento, San Jose, Albuquerque, Oklahoma City and Oakland airports. In addition, we work with all our 38 scheduled airlines to increase capacity and frequencies on existing routes.


What incentives do you offer airlines? We incentivise airlines for targeted markets. Incentives include landing fee, facility fee and FIS fee rebates along with marketing funds for route development. We also secure additional route marketing support through our relationship with local and state tourism organisations. Our business development team connects airlines to Orlando’s business community to help airlines develop outbound originating traffic.


What are the main benefits of operating out of your airport? Orlando is centrally located in Florida, making Orlando International Airport ideal for exploring the state. The airport offers airlines easy access to more than 60% of Floridians as 12 million people are within a two-hour drive. This area is Florida’s largest catchment area. We offer competitive airport operating costs, are the fourth largest US airport in terms of landmass and are well positioned for continued future growth and expansion.


routesonline.com ROUTES NEWS 2017 ISSUE 1 31


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