Orlando Airport Adds NEW Nonstop Flights

Your travel plans to Disney World may have just become easier!

Leavin’ on a jet plane

The Orlando International Airport is starting to welcome some new nonstop flights to its airport and now we’ve got another name to throw into the mix with new routes that could help you get to Orlando…and your Disney trip quicker than before.

Orlando International just announced on Twitter that Avelo Airlines will now offer nonstop flights that connect the Greenville-Spartanburg airport MCO twice per week!

This may become a game changer for those that have either had to choose connecting options for flying to and from their Disney vacations or have opted to drive in the past and save the extra headache of chasing down a connecting flight.

©Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Avelo/Getty

Avelo Airlines caters to those that are looking for lower fares that don’t mind (or prefer) flying out of smaller, easier-to-navigate airports that are typically close to home over large airports. This new route in South Carolina now joins other states like Texas, Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina connecting travelers to Orlando.

Orlando Airport

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One Reply to “Orlando Airport Adds NEW Nonstop Flights”

  1. Please..nut trying yo be rude, but Central Florida IS NOT just Disney! I worked in group cruises and international travel in the Orlando area. We flip flop with Vegas as the largest convention destination. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday average 35,000 cruise passengers per day. We have finance, medical, and aerospace grunts bringing in huge amounts of travelers, as well as colleges and universities. I wish the “mouse ears” could be shelved and Orlando/Central Florida as a whole could be respected as the well rounded destination that it is. Oh yeah. I moved here in 96. Never been to Disney, but attended many conferences and sailed on a dozen cruises.