WATCH OUT for These CHANGES at the Orlando Airport on Your Next Trip

Things are CHANGING in multiple ways at Orlando International Airport (MCO) and if you aren’t careful, you’ll miss out on an important update before your next trip.

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We’ve shared news about new nonstop flights added to the airport, how tickets for the Brightline Train to Orlando are on sale, and updates on other changes that could be made to the airport soon, but now we’ve got more news to share.

In a post shared via Twitter, the Orlando Airport shared an update you’ll want to know about before your next trip.

Starting June 7th, 2023, Spirit Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Breeze Airways will ALL be relocating within the airport.

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If you’re used to heading to a specific terminal for these airlines, you’re going to want to pay CLOSE attention to these updates so you know where to go after this move.

Spirit Airlines, for example, will have its ticket counter/check-in area from Terminal B (Level 3) to Terminal A (Level 3). Baggage claim for Spirit Airlines is also relocating to Terminal A (Level 2, carousels 2 through 5). No gate assignments will be changed for Spirit Airlines.

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Alaska Airlines will have its ticket counter move from Terminal A (level 3) to Terminal B (Level 3). Their baggage claim will also relocate to Terminal B. Some of their gates will change as well — specifically, arrivals and departures will start operating from Gtes 30-39.

And some changes will be made to Breeze Airways’ ticket counter and baggage claim areas. The ticket counter will move from Terminal A (Level 3) to Terminal B (Level 3). And baggage claim for Breeze Airways will relocate to Terminal B (Level 2, carousels 20 or 21).

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For full details, see the information shared by the airport below.

©Orlando Airport

If you have any specific questions about your flight, be sure to contact your airline. In terms of other updates, it seems the airport is working on adding a pedestrian walkway and rental car lobby area to Terminal C.

And the new Brightline Train will start running to Orlando this summer, bringing visitors right into the airport with the station there.


We’ll keep an eye out for more Orlando Airport news and share that all with you, so stay tuned!

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