The battle among three Florida airports about who can use the word “Orlando” in their names continues.
Orlando International Airport is demanding that the Orlando Melbourne International Airport and the Orlando Sanford International Airport remove the ‘Orlando’ name as it claims it misleads passengers. However, it seems the airports will not find a resolution soon.
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Melbourne International Airport is planning to market itself as Orlando Melbourne International Airport. Looking to attract more passengers and air service, Melbourne International Airport is attempting to connect with one of the top tourism destinations in the world by marketing itself as Orlando Melbourne International Airport.
One of the points is travelers to consider Melbourne as a less congested alternative to the airports in Orlando. As Melbourne airport has always been overshadowed by Orlando International Airport and even Orlando Sanford International Airport. Continue reading “Melbourne Airport to Add ‘Orlando’ to Its Name”
National Airlines will begin offering non-stop service between Windsor International Airport and Orlando Sanford International Airport. The inaugural flight, on Thursday, December 17, 2015, will depart from Windsor at 2:30 PM EST and arrive at Sanford International Airport at 5:00 PM ES.
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More than 2 million people passed through Orlando Sanford International Airport Last year. And more accurate – a total of 2,033,620 passengers breaking the record of record of 1,840,453 set in 2008. Airport officials announced the statistics on Monday and are predicting an even better year in 2014, when they expect passenger traffic to surpass 2.2 million. Continue reading “Sanford Airport finishes 2013 with a record”