Flying to Disney World Just Got Easier, Thanks to NEW Nonstop Routes

If you don’t live near Disney World, planning your next trip to the parks can take a lot of effort.

Disney World

Beyond the park pass reservation system, there are also gas prices, flights, and hotel accommodations to consider. And booking flights gets even more complicated when there are layovers and multiple planes to catch. That’s exactly why we’re always excited to see more nonstop routes added to Orlando International Airport…and two more routes have just joined the list!

Avelo Airlines has been working hard to get more nonstop routes added to Orlando International Airport, as we recently saw new direct flights for Newport News/Williamsburg, Virginia, and Lansing, Michigan announced.

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And now, this airline has added 2 new nonstop routes! First, there will be direct flights to and from Kalamazoo, Michigan. This route will occur 2 times a week, starting October 26th.


Lexington, Kentucky, will also receive nonstop service to Orlando International Airport. The route will take place 2 times a week, starting October 19th.

Air travel might be getting easier soon!

We’re excited to see these routes added to Orlando International Airport! For more information on flights to Disney World, check out other routes that were recently added to the Orlando International Airport. Or, find out what you should do if your flight to Disney World is canceled. 

Your next flight could be smooth sailing

And, as always stay tuned to AllEars for the latest Disney news!

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Do you have a direct route to Orlando International Airport from your city? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Flew Avelo from CT direct to Orlando and would definitely do it again. Not a fan of discount airlines, but somehow Avelo does it right. Yes, I don’t get a soda, snack or WiFi during the flight, but for a 3 hour trip it well worth saving hundreds in airfare.