9 New Nonstop Flights Added to Orlando Airport This Month

Disney World planning involves figuring out a LOT of logistics.

Flying to Disney World may be easier for you.

You’ll need to decide on where to stay, obviously. You’ll also need to decide on what kind of park tickets you’ll need for your vacation. One of the most important things you’ll have to figure out is how you’ll get to Disney World. If you’re like many Disney World visitors, you’ll probably fly, but thanks to new nonstop flights being added to Orlando International Airport this month, that might just be easier for you.

Breeze Airways

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  • New Bern, NC (twice a week, starting on May 24th)
  • Burlington, VT
  • Anaheim, CA

Frontier Airlines

Frontier Airlines plane
  • Fargo, ND (resumed flight  through March 20th)
  • Phoenix, AZ (resumed flight)
  • Cedar Rapids, IA (resumed flight through March 18th)

Air Transat

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  • Moncton, New Brunswick (resumed service through May 10th)


©Sunwing Vacations
  • Halifax, Nova Scotia (resumed service through May 10th)

Allegiant Air

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So you now have even more options if you’re looking to fly to Disney World. Of course, you’ll still have to figure out how to get from Orlando International Airport. You have a few choices, including rideshare services, renting a car, or a shared shuttle service like Mears Connect driven by Sunshine.

Looking for more information on how to plan a Disney World vacation? Be sure to visit the Planning section of our website.

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