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Press Releases

Orlando International Airport Breaks 50 Million Passenger Mark for 2022

ORLANDO, Fla. – For only the second time in Orlando International Airport (MCO) history, the 50 million passenger mark has been shattered. Last year MCO recorded nearly 50.2 million travelers, a 24 percent increase over 2021. “Orlando International Airport saw nearly 10 million more passengers in 2022 than the year before,” says Kevin Thibault, Chief […]

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GOAA recognized as a 2023 ‘Best Workplace for Commuters’

Authority among those recognized for exceptional employee commuter benefits ORLANDO, FL. – The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) is among a select group of workplaces in the United States to achieve the Best Workplaces for Commuters National Standard of Excellence by providing exceptional commuter benefits. GOAA offers its employees several commuter benefits, including: Lynx Bus […]

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North Entrance Road Closure at Orlando International Airport

Due to the installation of directional signage at the Orlando International Airport, travelers can expect overnight road closures and delays from 9 pm, Monday, January 23rd, to 5 am, Tuesday, January 24th on Jeff Fuqua Boulevard. Jeff Fuqua Boulevard is the main entrance road from the north to Orlando International Airport. Please follow detour signs […]

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Orlando International Airport Pushing 50 Million Passenger Mark, Again

ORLANDO, FL. – With a strong start to the holiday travel season in November, Orlando International Airport (MCO) came dramatically close to breaking the 50 million passenger barrier, again. Previously, MCO shattered the mark before the pandemic and it was not predicted to fully rebound again until at least 2025. “We have far exceeded anyone’s […]

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GOAA Board Reviews an Eventful 2022 and Looks Ahead to an Exciting Future

ORLANDO, FL. – At the first Board meeting of the new year, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Chairman Carson Good offered his assessment of 2022, “It was a landmark year for Orlando International Airport (MCO) that laid the groundwork for an even brighter and more prosperous 2023.” Chairman Good and his fellow board members, along with […]

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Orlando International Airport Resuming Normal Operations After Nationwide FAA Computer Issue

“Air traffic at Orlando International Airport (MCO) is returning to normal after an early morning nationwide ground stop, initiated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), due to a FAA computer issue. As airlines slowly recover from system-wide delays, MCO is advising all travelers to contact their airlines directly for information about specific flights.” – Greater […]

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Orlando International Airport Impacted by Nationwide FAA Computer Issue

“Orlando International Airport (MCO) was directly impacted, along with every other airport in the country, by the nationwide Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) notice to stop all flights in the United States due to an FAA computer issue. As service slowly resumes, MCO advises travelers to contact their airlines directly for information about their specific flights. […]

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Orlando International Airport Holiday Travel Update

ORLANDO, FL. – The Christmas/New Year travel period is five days into the 19-day time frame and Orlando International Airport (MCO) is on track with early projections, making this one of the busiest holiday periods in airport history. So far this holiday season, traffic is up more than 8 percent over last year with approximately […]

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