Orlando Airport’s new Terminal C begins operations

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After decades of planning and nearly five years of construction, Orlando International Airport’s new Terminal C began operations with the arrival of an Aer Lingus flight from Manchester, England.

The $2.8 billion project includes 15 additional gates to increase the airport’s passenger capacity by 25% or 10 to 12 million passengers annually.

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The airlines that will serve Terminal C are Aer Lingus, Azul, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Emirates, GOL, Icelandair, Lufthansa, Norse and JetBlue.

Terminal C data:

  • The annual economic impact of the ten airlines at Terminal C in Central Florida is estimated to exceed $5.6 billion.
  • 15 gates with capacity for 20 aircraft.
  • State-of-the-art RFID (radio frequency identification) tags on all baggage.
  • Advance baggage storage.
  • Automated TSA screening lanes.
  • More than 1,000 screens providing directions and flight information.
  • 33 retail and food and beverage locations, including local and national brands.
  • Designed for certification as one of the first LEEDv4 airport campuses.
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