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This Is What JetBlue Is Doing In MCO:

Wed May 24, 2000 8:04 am

JetBlue has agreed to lease up to 9,000 s.f. of space at the Orlando International Airport. They will be temperarily be housed in Airside 1, then in August when the new terminal opens, move there. The reason JetBlue leased so much space is this: They will start operations with 2 flights a day, increasing to 4. The lease is until 2008, they projected by 2008 that they would need around 9,000 s.f. to accomodate them by then.

My Source:

Jerry Harris
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

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