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5/13/2014 - First Quarter 2014 Traffic Remains Stable at Orlando International Airport

 
 

ORLANDO, FL. - The first three months of 2014 have been virtually unchanged from last year. January through March saw a slight increase of .07 percent over the previous year.

First Quarter 2014 Statistical Data:

  • Domestic traffic is up .33 percent with 7,957,494 passengers
  • International traffic is down 1.96 percent with 1,026,853 total passengers
  • Overall traffic is up .07 percent with 8,984,347 passengers at Orlando International Airport

March Statistical Data:

  • Domestic traffic was down 1.08 percent with 3,021,539 passengers in March
  • International traffic was down 6.54 percent with a total of 365,144 travelers
  • Overall traffic was down 1.7 percent for the month with 3,386,683 passengers in the terminal

Reflecting the continued seasonal nature of many airlines peak travel periods, some airlines at Orlando International are implementing more service for the upcoming vacation Spring / Summer travel period.

 

Service Additions/Increases

Southwest
Thomas Cook
Delta
Bahamasair
British Airways
Virgin Atlantic

Portland, ME
Manchester, England
Las Vegas, NV
Nassau, Bahamas
London/Gatwick, England
London/Gatwick, England

7/week
6/week
3/week
+5 to 12/week
+6 to 13/week
+6 to 13/week

Mar 8 - Apr 5
Mar 29 - Nov 6
Mar 3 - Jan 4
Mar 16 - Sep 7
Mar 30 - Oct 25
Mar 24 - Sep 8

 
 

Statistically Orlando International Airport is in line with national trends. For the first quarter of 2014 the Bureau of Economic Analysis says that the overall U.S. economy has been flat due in part to unusually harsh winter weather across the nation which impacted retail sales, hotels and restaurants.

Basic MCO information:

Orlando International Airport. with 35 million annual passengers. is the second busiest airport in Florida and 14th busiest in the U.S. The airport has 18,000 employees and generates $26 billion in direct and indirect revenue for the regional economy. Orlando International Airport strives to value and delight its customers through a design concept known as The Orlando Experience®.

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For more information, contact Carolyn Fennell or Rod Johnson in the
Office of Public Affairs at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority at 407-825-2055.

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