Orlando International Airport Careers

Application Procedure for CAREERS with GOAA

Applications for posted vacancies are accepted online through the GOAA Careers system.  This system allows you to create an applicant profile, apply for positions for which we are hiring, and review the status of your application(s).

Applications are screened according to the posted minimum requirements.    Resumes received without a completed online application will not be considered. A separate application must be submitted for each vacancy. Applications will only be considered for posted vacancies. To view and apply for current posted vacancies at GOAA please click the logo below:

Search GOAA Careers

For more information please see the Applicant Guide

The GOAA Talent Management Team will notify applicants of the status of their application via the GOAA Careers candidate profile. Persons with a disability requiring an accommodation during the application process must contact (407) 825-2625 to notify Human Resources at the time of application submission.



Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA)
Human Resources Department
5855 Cargo Road
Orlando, FL 32827-4399

Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday – 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Phone: (407) 825-2625
Fax: (407) 825-2099
Email: GOAATalentMgmt@goaa.org

Application Procedures for Vacancies with other Airport Employers

For career opportunities with other organizations at the Orlando International Airport please review the Airport Employment Guide by clicking the logo below:

Airport Employment

Please contact the organizations directly regarding career opportunities.

  • Equal Opportunity Employment

    GOAA is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. It is our policy to abide by all Federal, State and Local laws prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of a person’s race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status, or disability, except where a reasonable bona fide occupational qualification exists.

  • Veterans' Preference

    GOAA is committed to providing veteran’s preference to all United States military veterans and their spouses in accordance with state law.  If you wish to assert veteran’s preference, you must submit a copy of your DD-214 (Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) and any other required supporting documentation with your employment application. Note: the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) has provided the following website for veterans to gain access to their DD-214; https://vetrecs.archives.gov/VeteranRequest/home.html

    Preference may not be awarded unless required documentation is submitted by the vacancy closing date. Documents submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

    Required documentation should not be uploaded to the GOAA Careers system. Documents should be submitted as indicated below (please clearly indicate the vacancy job title and your name on all documents):

    • Scanned and e-mailed to resumes@goaa.org; or
    • Faxed to (407) 825-2099; or
    • Hand delivered or mailed to:
      Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
      Human Resources Department
      5855 Cargo Road
      Orlando, Florida 32827
  • E-Verify

    GOAA participates in E-Verify. All selected candidates are required to provide identification and proof of U.S.  Citizenship or proof of authorization to work in the U.S as stated on the Federal Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification).  In addition, GOAA uses E-Verify as part of the I-9 process to verify the work eligibility of all new hires.  E-Verify is an Internet-based system that compares information from an employee’s Form I-9 to data from U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records.

    Additional information can be found on the U.S. CIS web site.

  • Benefits

    GOAA provides a comprehensive benefits package. We look forward to sharing with you the specific benefits you would receive. The benefits summary highlights the health benefits, retirement, and paid time off benefits offered to employees.

  • Employment Eligibility

    Applicants selected for employment will be required to successfully pass a pre-employment physical examination, which includes drug screening, background check and security badge process including fingerprinting. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to provide documented proof of their identity and employment eligibility.

  • Employment of Relatives

    The Aviation Authority may accept applications for employment from Relatives of current Aviation Authority employees and Relatives of current employees may be employed with the Aviation Authority under circumstances as set forth in the policy.

    The Aviation Authority shall not hire a Relative of a Board Member.

    The current employee’s Relative who is seeking employment with the Aviation Authority shall disclose that they are related to a current employee on their Application for Employment with the Aviation Authority.

  • Employment Work Samples

    Employment work samples are an important tool used by GOAA in the selection of qualified individuals for jobs. If a vacancy requires a work sample, it will be scheduled for applicants selected for an interview or further consideration. Typing and computer work samples are valid for 6 months. Persons requiring accommodations, please advise the Human Resources Department when contacted for scheduling.

Access Control

  • Airport ID Badges

    The Access Control Office is responsible for the issuance of Airport Identification Media to individuals who work and require access to the Airport.

    First-time applicants must be fingerprinted, pass a background check, and complete the required Computer-Based Training (CBT) course(s) prior to being issued a badge.

    All Access Control policies and Procedures are under continuous review, and subject to revision. Please continue to visit this site for updated policies and procedures.

  • GOAA Access Control Office - Location/Hours/Phone

    The Access Control Office is located on the 1st floor of the GOAA Annex Building at the intersection of Cargo and Casa Verde Roads on Airport property.

    Mailing Address: 5855 Cargo Road. Orlando, FL 32827
    Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 7:00am – 3:00pm
    Office Phone: (407) 825-2130
    Office Fax: (407) 825-2414

    Please note that with more than 18,000 badged employees at the airport, wait times for badges can be lengthy, particularly towards the end of the month. If your badge is expiring soon, please do not wait until the end of the month.

  • Employers

    Once the Access Control Office is notified of a company’s status as an employer at Orlando Int’l Airport the Access Control Office will contact the employer to schedule an appointment to review the policy and procedures for obtaining Identification Media. Documents and attendees required for the appointment will be reviewed at the time the appointment is scheduled.

  • Identification Media Fees
    • Identification Badge
      • New or Renewal $100
      • Replace Lost Badge $500
      • Add/Remove Insignia, Name Change, Damaged Badge, etc. $25
      • Unreturned Identification Badge (Charged to Employer) $1,000
    • Key
      • New $50
      • Replace Lost Key $500
      • Unreturned Key (Charged to Employer) $500

    Payments can be made by company check, cash, or credit card. (Credit/Debit Card option not available for direct billing.)

  • Training

    Individuals applying for unescorted access to the Sterile or Secure areas of the airport must attend training classes. Computer-based training is available at https://training.goaa.aero/

  • Identification Media Applications

    Application forms are required for issuances of new identification media and for renewals. Identification Media Application forms are available at the Access Control Office. Only Authorized Signatory Representatives are permitted to pick them up. Copies are not acceptable.

    Employers will provide Identification Media Applications to their employees.

    Your Authorized Signatory (AS) will decide the level of access you will be granted, and you will be required to complete individual training based on what privileges are given by your signatory.

    An Authorized Signatory is responsible for checking employee identification to make sure no discrepancies are found. ID’s HAVE TO MATCH 100%

    Once the ID’s are verified, AS are responsible for inputting a completed application in the AS Portal before instructing employees to go to the badging office for processing.

    The Applicant and Employer sections of the application must be filled out legibly and completely. It must be signed by both the applicant and the Employer’s Authorized Signature Representative.

    The Identification Media Application is only valid for 5 business days once it has been signed by the Authorized Signatory Representative.


  • Identification Requirements

    Bring your two forms of matching identification, one of which must establish identity and one for work authorization, to the badging office. Please be advised that the names on each form of ID must match exactly, or the vetting process may be stopped in order to give the applicant time to provide identification with exactly matching names. It is recommended to bring more than two forms of ID. All forms must be written in the English language, legible and unexpired.

    Acceptable Identification Documents

    Validation of data from all forms of ID will be conducted. Should the applicant refuse or fail to provide a primary form of identification that can be confirmed; he or she must leave the badging office and apply at a later date when he or she has obtained an approved, confirmable form of identification.

    Documents That Establish Both Identity and Employment Authorization
    *All documents must be an original, unexpired & clearly legible.

    Airport ID will not be issued to anyone under the age of 16.

    • U.S. Passport or Passport Card
    • Permanent Resident Card or Alien Registration Receipt Card (Form I-551)
    • Foreign passport that contains a temporary I-551 stamp or temporary I-551 printed notation on a machine-readable immigrant visa (MRIV)
    • Employment Authorization Document (Card) that contains a photograph (Form I-766). 4. Employment Authorization Document (EAD) that contains a photograph (Form I-766). Form I-766 expired on its face combined with Form I-797 based on an automatic EAD extension in certain circumstances qualifies as unexpired Form I-766
    • In the case of a nonimmigrant alien authorized to work for a specific employer incident to status, a foreign passport with Form I-94 or Form I-94A bearing the same name as the passport and containing an endorsement of the alien’s nonimmigrant status, as long as the period of endorsement has not yet expired and the proposed employment is not in conflict with any restrictions or limitations identified on the form
    • Passport from the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) or the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) with Form I-94 or From I-94A indicating nonimmigrant admission under the Compact of Free Association Between the United States and the FSM or RMI

    Documents That Establish Identity Only
    * All documents must be an original, unexpired & clearly legible.

    For individuals 18 years of age or older:

    • Driver’s license or ID card issued by a state or outlying possession of the United States, provided it contains a photograph or information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color, and address.
    • ID card issued by federal, state, or local government agencies or entities, provided it contains a photograph or information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color, and address (includes HAS airport ID Badge).
    • School ID card with a photograph.
    • Voter’s registration card.
    • S. military card or draft record.
    • Military dependent’s ID card.
    • S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card.
    • Native American tribal document.
    • Driver’s license issued by a Canadian government authority.
    • A Social Security Account Number card, unless the card includes “NOT VALID FOR EMPLOYMENT” OR “VAILID FOR WORK ONLY WITH DHS AUTHORIZATION.”
    • Certification of report of birth issued by the Department of State(Forms DS-1350,FS-545,FS-240)
    • Original or certified copy of birth certificate issued oy a State, county, municipal authority, or territory of the US bearing an official seal.
    • US Citizen ID card (Form I-197)
    • Identification Card of Use of Resident Citizen in the United States (Form I-179)
    • Employment authorization document issued by the Department of Homeland Security

    Once the fingerprints and background check are submitted, the employee will wait until their company reaches out to let them know the badge is ready for pick up. At that time, the employee will complete all assigned training BEFORE THE BADGE IS PICKED UP.

  • Criminal History Records Check and Security Threat Assessments

    All applicants that are applying for a new or renewing an identification badge must undergo a TSA Security Threat Assessment (STA).

    All new applicants requesting unescorted access to the Sterile or Secure areas of the airport are required to undergo a Criminal History Records Check (CHRC) and will be electronically fingerprinted.

    Once the results are received for the STA and CHRC the employer will be notified by the Access Control Office that the employee’s identification badge is ready for issuance.

  • Disqualifying Crimes

    If you have ever pleaded guilty or nolo-contendere (“no contest”) to, had an adjudication withheld, been convicted or found not guilty by reason of insanity to any of the following under Title 49 CFR 1542.209 and 1544.229

    • Violence at international airports
    • Felony involving willful destruction of property
    • Felony involving a threat
    • Felony involving importation or manufacture of a controlled substance
    • Felony involving burglary
    • Felony involving theft
    • Felony involving dishonesty, fraud, or misrepresentation
    • Felony involving possession or distribution of stolen property
    • Felony involving aggravated assault
    • Felony involving bribery
    • Felony involving illegal possession of a controlled substance punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of more than 1 year.
    • Forgery of certificates, false making of aircraft and other aircraft registration violations
    • Interference with air navigation
    • Improper transportation of a hazardous material
    • Aircraft piracy
    • Interference with flight crew members or flight attendants
    • Commission of certain crimes aboard an aircraft in flight
    • Carrying a weapon or explosive aboard an aircraft
    • Conveying false information and threats
    • Aircraft piracy outside the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States
    • Lighting violations involving transporting controlled substances
    • Unlawful entry into an aircraft or airport area that serves air carriers or foreign air carriers contrary to established security requirements
    • Destruction of an aircraft or aircraft facility
    • Murder
    • Assault with intent to murder
    • Espionage
    • Sedition
    • Kidnapping or hostage taking
    • Treason
    • Rape or aggravated sexual abuse
    • Unlawful possession, use, sale, distribution, or manufacture of an explosive or weapon
    • Extortion
    • Armed or felony unarmed robbery
    • Distribution of, or intent to distribute a controlled substance
    • Felony arson
    • Conspiracy or attempt to commit any of the aforementioned criminal acts.
  • Keys

    Your employer will provide you with a Key Request Form to submit to the Access Control Office.

    Keys are only issued to individuals that possess valid airport identification badges.

Noise Abatement


Aviation Noise Abatement Committee (ANAC)

The Aviation Noise Abatement Committee (ANAC) is scheduled to meet on the second Friday of every month at Orlando International Airport, and members of the public are welcome to attend to ask questions or share concerns.

The next Aviation Noise Abatement Committee (ANAC) meeting is scheduled to be held on Friday, July 26, 2024 at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM in Conference Room Konstan at the Orlando Executive Airport GOAA Administration Building, located at 365 Rickenbacker Dr. (directions).

Agendas and minutes of previous meetings may be viewed under Sunshine Meetings on our Airport Business page.

Please review our Noise Abatement Brochure, and if you still have questions, please contact the Noise Abatement Officer at 407-825-2674, submit a comment via our Noise Complaint Form or sign up to receive Noise Alerts via email.

Noise Hotline: (407) 825-2003 and Toll Free: (866) OI-NOISE (646-6473)

The Noise Abatement Programs in place at MCO and ORL achieve noise exposure reductions through establishment of:

The GOAA noise abatement program brings together all stakeholders to reduce noise and educate the public regarding operations at its airports.  MCO has a number of voluntary noise abatement procedures that have been in effect since the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, including:

  • Preferential runway use favoring south flow operations
  • Assigned headings on departures to the north
  • Nighttime noise abatement headings
  • Designated engine run-up areas

Noise abatement measures at ORL define specific helicopter approach and departure paths to minimize flights over residential areas.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has sole authority and responsibility for routing and separating aircraft throughout the National Airspace System, and their first priority is always the safe and efficient separation and routing of aircraft. At any time, weather conditions, operational needs or day-to-day airfield maintenance may prevent the implementation of noise abatement procedures.

Information concerning aircraft activity and noise exposure at specific sites can be obtained by contacting 407-825-2674 or submit a comment via our Noise Complaint Form .

Operational Procedures

While safety is paramount to all air traffic operations, noise sensitivity to the surrounding communities is also of key importance.  The following information describes the voluntary noise abatement procedures and typical aircraft routings that are in place at MCO.

Preferential Runway Use (18L/R, 17L/R)

Preferential Runway Use

When conditions permit, the FAA will conduct south flow operations.  Aircraft will arrive from the north (red arrows) and depart to the south (green arrows).

Nighttime noise abatement routes are in place during north flow operations.  Between 11:00 PM and 7:00 AM, departing aircraft will be directed to the east on climb-out, away from long-established communities.

Nighttime Noise Abatement


Aircraft Routing at MCO

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is solely responsible for the control of aircraft traffic (Air Traffic Control-ATC) inside the U.S. National Airspace System (NAS).  The Authority operates an Aircraft Noise and Operations Monitoring System (ANOMS) that provides noise and flight tracking information.

The image below depicts actual flight tracks at MCO over a period of 24 hours during south flow operations. The image below depicts actual flight tracks at MCO over a period of 24 hours during north flow operations.
MCO South Flow Flight Tracks MCO North Flow Flight Tracks
Arrivals are depicted in red; departures are depicted in blue.

Have you ever wondered just how busy Florida skies are? Take a look at 24 hours of flights in just over two minutes, beginning at KMCO – Orlando International Airport.

Federal Legislation

The FAA regulates the maximum noise level that an individual civil aircraft can emit through requiring aircraft to meet certain noise certification standards. Each noise certification standard is designated as a different Stage in the U.S. Any aircraft that is certified for airworthiness in the U.S. must also comply with noise standard requirements to receive a noise certification. The purpose of the noise certification process is to ensure that the latest available safe and airworthy noise reduction technology is incorporated into aircraft design and enables the noise reductions offered by those technologies to be reflected in reductions of noise experienced by communities. As noise reduction technology matures, the FAA works with the international community to determine if a new stringent noise standard is needed. If so, the international community embarks on a comprehensive analysis to determine what that new standard will be.

Compatible Land Use

GOAA has acquired property and implemented a sound insulation program in high noise exposure areas to improve the compatibility between off-airport land use and aircraft overflight activity. Local governments have enacted ordinances that require future development to be compatible with aircraft noise exposure. In addition, certain areas around MCO and ORL are subject to avigation easements (establishing the right of unobstructed flight in specified airspace), waiver of claim, and/or notice of aircraft activity. These represent forms of notification that overflights occur today or will occur in the future as a result of growth in aircraft activity and planned runway development. It should be noted that there are off-airport areas affected by aircraft operations that do not include a site specific notification.

Airport Noise Overlay District

The Aircraft Noise overlay district is intended to protect the health, safety and welfare of persons and property in the vicinity of Orlando’s two airports.  Click on the airport code to view the noise environments arising from flight operations at MCO and ORL. Information on airport noise impact areas is available at Orange County Land Development, and at Municode


The Aviation Noise Abatement Committee (ANAC) has 10 voting members representing both impacted and non-impacted communities as well as technical and Aviation Authority appointed members. The Committee also has non-voting members representing various government entities and a Noise Abatement Officer. Members and the Noise Abatement Officer may be contacted via the Noise Office at: 407-825-2674 or by e-mail to the: Noise Abatement Manager

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has the authority and is responsible for controlling aircraft noise by regulating source emissions. The FAA’s Air Traffic Control has the authority to implement noise abatement operational procedures which have been recommended by the airport proprietor and have been shown to be consistent with air safety and all legal requirements.

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) is responsible for planning and implementing actions designed to reduce the effect of noise on residents of the surrounding area. Such actions include noise abatement procedures, land acquisition and other controls that do not discriminate, create an unsafe situation, impede the management of the air navigation system, or interfere with interstate or foreign commerce.


Casper Flight Tracker

Orlando Flight Tracker is a web-based tool that allows the public to follow, capture and review flight activity in the vicinity of their homes, schools and businesses in near-real time. Noise complaints may also be filed from this site.  Our goal is to provide you with useful information about flight operations taking place at Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Orlando Executive Airport (ORL). We invite you to learn, share and stay in touch.

To access Orlando Flight Tracker, please click on the map.


Orlando International Airport is managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, which is governed by a seven-member board; the Mayor of the City of Orlando, the Mayor of Orange County, and five other members who are appointed by the Governor of the State of Florida, subject to confirmation of the senate.

The airport is operated by the Chief Executive Officer, who is appointed by the Authority, and his staff of nearly 800 full-time employees.

Board Members
The current list of Board Members and Aviation Authority Staff
The current organizational chart
Employment Opportunities
For employment opportunities with GOAA, search the Job Postings page of this web site. For further information contact Human Resources at (407) 825-2625.
First Amendment Activities
View GOAA’s First Amendment Activities Policy.
Whistleblower Policy
View GOAA’s Whistleblower Policy or for more information visit our Contact page


Florida Local Government Retirement Systems
The Department of Management Services monitors Florida’s local government pension plans for actuarially sound funding under Part VII of Chapter 112, Florida Statutes.


Florida Statute 332.0075


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Discrimination (Title VI)


Transparency in Coverage Rule
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Traffic Statistics

  Annual Daily
Passengers 58,627,621 160,185
Passenger Operations
(Air Carrier & Commuter)
393,896 1,076
Cargo Operations 7,124 19
Commercial Operations 401,020 1,096
Other Operations
(Military, General Aviation, etc.)
14,133 39
Total Operations
(Arrivals & Departures)
415,153 1,134
Passenger Airlines 38
Cargo Airlines 5
Total Airlines 43

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Minor adjustments may be made after reports are published.  These will be reflected in the cumulative numbers (Calendar Year, Fiscal Year, Year-To-Date) on subsequent reports, and therefore the current cumulative totals may not equal the total of the individual monthly reports.

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