CBP decides whether the FIS on Airside 1 stays open or not, and right now it's looking like not. Late evening arrivals and early morning arrivals go to Airside 4 because CBP will only staff 1 FIS at those times. AD seasonal early arrival also operates out of Airside 4 with their normal evening depar...Jump to post
After C opens. NK will move to Airside 1 and use the current B6 Gates (1-9). The 20s wing could see AS, SY, 3M and domestic charters. F9 will have 10-19. NK is hoping the FIS on Airside 1 will stay open in some capacity. I'm not sure if this will happen? Also As of June, on a rolling 12 month basis,...Jump to post
First NEO for Mobile!Jump to post
There are gators in almost any significant waterhole in Florida. MCO is no exception. btw, it was a taxiway to an airside ramp which has significant ponds on each side. I hate how in the media that EVERYTHING at an airport happens on the Runway!!!!!Jump to post
I really comes down to the organization running the airport and how their leases are formulated. An airport like JFK where airlines can lease the entire terminal, the airline has the most say and expense (i.e. DL at LGA). If the airport control all of the terminals and has an exclusive lease agreeme...Jump to post
B6 has requested 14 of the 16/24 Gates of the new South Terminal when it opens. That would leave less than a handful of gates to accommodate international carriers that are also moving to the Terminal. The 3 additional gates is an relatively "easy" addition that would require minimal engin...Jump to post
As noted above.... keep the same nomenclature
CS100 / CS300 / CS500
A219 / A220 / A221
A315 / A316 / A317
An interesting flight that no one has mentioned is DL's flight MIA - MCO and reverse that connects up with their MCO/GRU service. This flight has been operating for at least a couple of years so it must be successful even though DL's MCO-GRU flights overfly MIA both ways. MCO-MIA is there to facili...Jump to post
flymco753 wrote:Spirit could take over the 30 gates or go to Airside 1, that’ll be interesting to see.
No, there are no current plans. This area is know as the "bird bath". There were previous plans, but they where hinged on lengthening Runway 17R/35L 1000ft to the north. The expansion would have added 7 gates, that are actually marked out now but currently used as hardstands. As you noted,...Jump to post
No. It will not. I don't think there are many (if any) US airports that have this anymore. CBP doesn't allow TWOV (Transit without visa) anymore. Everyone entering the US must clear as if landed and must go through TSA screening before boarding any departing flight . The Airside 4 FIS will continue ...Jump to post
DL's A333 in a similar config to the A359 would only seat 275 or so. The A333 does not have the Delta One suites, nor the premium economy cabin. To compare apples to apples (which the current seat configs don't allow) there would be a 30 or more seat difference between the A333 and the A359 in DL's ...Jump to post
MCO stats are available on their website are only for rolling 12 months. VS4ever is looking for older detailed reports. Sorry, They used to have several Year End Stats on the site, but I don't see them anymore. They also had a fact sheet that listed year end stats going back 15 years, or so, but I ...Jump to post
MCO stats are available on their website.Jump to post
Final 2017 passenger numbers for MCO are in: 44.6 million.Jump to post
McDonnell Douglas MD-88s were specifically configured for Delta Air Lines.Jump to post
Yes, seasonal SCL-MCO resumes in January. Up 1 weekly frequency to x3 weekly.
MCO surpassed MIA once before on the busiest list (2007? IIRC), but fell during the last economic recession. I think there are a few spots that separate MIA and MCO on the list last year.
And to that note, the A321s that DL just ordered will be "primarily assembled in the US" (in Alabama), so they do support American jobs in that way!Jump to post
The Airside 1 FIS will close and the Airside 4 FIS, with the currently under construction expansion, will remain open after Terminal C opens in 2020. It will be close as far as MCO passing MIA, again this year. On a calendar basis, we are slightly ahead as of October passenger numbers. We'll see wha...Jump to post
As of October 2017, on a rolling 12 months, MCO is now over 44 million passengers.
Not bad for a facility that was originally built to handle 25 million.
After the current construction, not including the new South Terminal (Terminal C), the MCO's design capacity is 45 million passengers.
This entire thread is a sad reflection of today's society as a whole. People are so busy arguing their opinion that facts become irrelevant. A flawed argument looked at and supported thru myopic vision will always remained flawed because new or different information is not acceptable. This site is f...Jump to post
SQ has a website up now.... Like the pics above.....looks amazing
Explore the New A380
A first glance, the wing span may be the same, or very slightly less as the new winglet although taller, is more vertical and less curvy.Jump to post
What you see is not actually the south terminal, it is the ITF (intermodal terminal facility). The train station in short. The new terminal has only just started ground clearing and prep. It will be due west of what you see now. When the south terminal (C) opens. The FIS on Airside 1 will close and ...Jump to post
News via clickbait. If the headline read simply "new AD issued for Airbus aircraft", 99.9% of people would have ignored it. Revenue for theses "news" sites are based on mouse clicks.Jump to post
The concept of 100% employee screening is a fantasy. Its neither practical nor cost efficient. 3 Airports in the US currently claim 100% employee screening (or something close to 100%) MIA, MCO and ATL. Each was instituted after a "gun running" operation by a badged employee was discovere...Jump to post
Didn't BA pioneer B757 TALT back in the late 80s? (1989 I think??)Jump to post
Sorry, but this is not as black and white as it seems. 1) The road is not just a road. It is the only access to the Simpson Bay/Beacon Hill area, where there are homes and businesses. So, just removing the road is not an option. 2) The airport is approx. 70% surrounded by water so "rerouting&qu...Jump to post
Unless someone regularly schedules an A380 or B748, their use will vary by demand on any given day.. Didn't LH have the 748 scheduled at some point but switch it back to a 744? Or LH stated it somewhere, either way I saw it somewhere and wonder if LH would use that gate. Also, most other airports h...Jump to post
The new FIS gates will be CUTE gates so anyone can use them. They may relocate a couple of airlines from Airside 1 (i.e. LATAM). Unless someone regularly schedules an A380 or B748, their use will vary by demand on any given day. Only two are being finished up now (90 & 92). Work will begin on th...Jump to post