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Orlando Airport to Reach 50% of pre-COVID-19 Levels

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Air travel at Orlando International Airport (MCO), Florida’s busiest airport and sixth busiest for departures in the nation, is set to reach approximately 50 percent of pre-COVID-19 levels.

Taking to the friendly skies is becoming a more attractive option for many travelers this Thanksgiving holiday season.

Half of the 12 holiday travel days, which start on Friday, November 20th, are expected to see traffic above 40 thousand daily departures at MCO. Contributing to the news, more airlines are offering or plan to offer additional or renewed service during the holiday season at Orlando International.

“For some, the desire to travel and spend time with family and friends this holiday season is a priority,” says Phil Brown, Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority.

“At MCO we want to assure all those traveling here during the Thanksgiving holiday that they will be safe and our facilities will be clean in accordance with our recently awarded Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR accreditation.”

12-Day Thanksgiving Travel Departure Projections:

1. Sunday, 29 November 44,347

7. Friday, 20 November 38,502

2. Saturday, 28 November 42,623

8. Tuesday, 1 December 37,440

3. Monday, 30 November 42,480

9. Wednesday, 25 November 36,936

4. Saturday, 21 November 41,319

10. Friday, 27 November 34,825

5. Sunday, 22 November 41,113

11. Tuesday, 24 November 33,788

6. Monday, 23 November 40,454

12. Thursday, 26 November 22,072

Holiday travel reminders:

  • Passengers are reminded to observe social distancing, wear a mask that covers the nose and
    mouth at all times, unless actively eating or drinking and wash or sanitize hands regularly.
  • Do not pack guns and weapons in carry-on bags.
  • Familiarize yourself with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) rules and exceptions to the 3-1-1 guidelines, including the allowance of 12-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer.

If traveling with a hidden disability, try the all new Sunflower Lanyard program designed to provide those with unseen disabilities an extra level of customer service inside the airport. The lanyards are available free-of-charge at the third level information booths.

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