Airline Business

The following documents are provided by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority for airlines providing, or evaluating potential new service to Orlando International Airport. For more information contact Commercial Properties via email or call 407-825-3835.

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Business Opportunities

  • Commercial Property

    Commercial Property

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has a number of available land and building opportunities for the commercial developer. We offer a brokerage commission in accordance with our Broker Policy.

    For more information on commercial property opportunities at Orlando International Airport or Orlando Executive Airport, see our Commercial Property Opportunities page, or contact Allen Powell by Email or by phone at (407) 825-7799 or by fax at (407) 825-4580

    Alternatively, you may also contact these developers directly concerning existing facilities at Orlando International Airport:

    Commercial Property Boundaries

    Commercial Property Opportunities

    Notification of Upcoming Opportunities

    All opportunities are advertised in the Legal section of the Orlando Sentinel as well as on DemandStar

    We will use the Authority’s web site (www.OrlandoAirports.net) to dispense as much information as possible about upcoming commercial property opportunities. While we will endeavor to provide the most up-to-date information, interested parties are cautioned not to rely on this information alone, and should continue to consult the Legal section of the Orlando Sentinel and DemandStar for the most current information.

    Onvia DemandStar

    The Authority uses DemandStar to inform interested parties of commercial property opportunities at Orlando International Airport. Interested parties register with DemandStar and complete a company profile, which defines their expertise and specifies the types of opportunities in which they are interested. Subsequently,DemandStar notifies them when the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has an opportunity that matches their business. You may register with DemandStar or provide your contact information to the Concessions Department as indicated below and we will add you to our distribution. To find out more about DemandStar please click on the following link: DemandStar.

    Land Sale, Development & Management Services
    Travel Plaza Facility
    Note: The ACAD file is compressed. AutoCad software is required to open the file once it is downloaded and unzipped.
    Note: All questions or requests for clarification regarding the Request for Proposal for the Travel Plaza Facility must be made via email to: mcotravelplazarfp@goaa.org
  • Concession Opportunities

    Concession Opportunities

    Welcome to the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Concessions Department

    The Concessions Department of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (the “Authority”) is responsible for awarding all concessions and consumer service privileges in the Terminal Complex of the Orlando International Airport. The Terminal Complex consists of approximately 150,000 square feet (14,000 sq. m) of Food & Beverage, Retail, and Service space. It is the goal of the Authority to provide the traveling public with a first-class shopping and dining experience as they travel through the Orlando International Airport.

    Upcoming Opportunities

    Proposal Documents:

    Vending Concession – A-Side and North Cell Lot
    Volume A
    Volume B
    Volume C
    Additional Documents
    Vending Concession – B-Side and South Cell Lot
    Volume A
    Volume B
    Volume C
    Additional Documents

    Also available through Onvia DemandStar (see below).

    See also:
    Purchasing Bids | Construction Bids

    Leasing Space at the Airport

    The Authority awards concessions through a competitive procurement process, which involves Requests for Proposals or Competitive Bids. On very rare occasions, direct negotiations may take place for unique services.

    Requests for Proposals
    An award based on the evaluation of each proposal with respect to specific selection criteria deemed appropriate for the available concession or consumer service privilege.
    Competitive Bids
    Award based on the highest dollar bid.
    Notification of Upcoming Opportunities

    All opportunities are advertised in the “Legal” section of the Orlando Sentinel, and other Orlando-based publications, as well as on Onvia DemandStar. Additionally opportunities may be advertised on aviation-related web sites such as AAAE, ACI and AMAC, or in aviation-related written publications.

    We will use the Authority’s web site (www.OrlandoAirports.net) to dispense as much information as possible about upcoming concessions opportunities. While we will endeavor to provide the most up-to-date information, interested parties are cautioned not to rely on this information alone, and should continue to consult the venues cited above for the most current information.

    Onvia DemandStar

    The Authority uses Onvia DemandStar to inform interested parties of concessions opportunities at Orlando International Airport. Interested parties register with Onvia DemandStar and complete a company profile, which defines their expertise and specifies the types of opportunities in which they are interested. Subsequently, Onvia DemandStar notifies them when the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has an opportunity that matches their business. You may register with Onvia DemandStar or provide your contact information to the Concessions Department as indicated below and we will add you to our distribution. To find out more about Onvia DemandStar please click on the following link: DemandStar.

    Small Business Development

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is a strong supporter of programs that advocate the inclusion of women, minorities and small businesses in airport contracting. The Authority has adopted programs in support of this position and in accordance with federal regulations, 49 CFR Part 23, has established a goal for participation in its concessions program for Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (ACDBEs). If you are interested in opportunities at Orlando International Airport as an ACDBE prime or ACDBE sub-concessionaire, it is advisable that you establish early contact with the Small Business Development department. To find out more about the Authority’s Small Business Development Programs, please click on the following link: Small Business Development

    Contact Information

    For more information, please contact the Concessions Department at 407-825-2042 or by emailing Concession Opportunities

  • Construction Opportunities

    Construction Opportunities

    Advertisements

    The availability of any advertisements on this site has been provided as a convenience only, and while we endeavor to provide accurate and timely information, proposers and construction contractors are cautioned not to rely on this information alone, but should continue to use their normal sources for identification of potential projects for which they may wish to propose or bid.

    GOAA has publicly advertised these advertisements in the Legal Classifieds section of the Orlando Sentinel within the last 60 days per Florida State Statute 255.0525(2).  Any information regarding pre-bid meetings, the purchase of bid documents, or to whom questions should be directed, is project-specific and included in the advertisement.

    WS-109 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – Prime Architectural Design Consultant
    WS-110 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – Architect of Record
    WS-110 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – Major Subconsultants (Architect of Record)
    WS-111 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – Program and Project Management Services
    WS-112 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – CMAR Services for Landside & Airside Terminals
    WS-113 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – Technology & Multi-Media Systems Specialty Engineer
    WS-113 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – Technical Assistance by OEM of LED Technology
    WS-114 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – CMAR Services for Airfield
    WS-115 South Airport Terminal C Phase 1 – International-Cultural Consultant
    BP-443 and BP-447 Statements of Qualifications (SOQ)
    BP-447 Notice of Artists for Specialty Flooring for the Ticket Lobby Program
    BP-452 Hanger Blvd. Sanitary Sewer – Phases 1 & 2
    BP-455 Taxiway C – South End Rehabilitation
    BP-459 Secured Area Access Point CCTV Improvements
    BP-462 TW’s G and H Safety Area Improvements and Related Work
    BP-466 Landside AHU HVAC NTC Various Levels
    BP-472 AOA Security Fence Upgrade
    BP-473 Parking Garage A Fire Alarm Upgrade
    W-332 CAD, GIS, BIM and Related Services
    W-336 Notice of Continuing Transportation Planning Services
    W-337 Notice of Continuing Environmental Consulting Services  
    W-340 Design Consultant Services for South Cell Lot & Utilities
    (BP-470, South Cell Lot, included in this selection)
    W-341 Design Consultant Services for Taxiway J Rehabilitation
    W-342 Design Consultant for Runway 17R-35L Rehabilitation
    W-343 Design Consultant Services for Loop Road Resurfacing
    W-345 Selection of Designer for Communications MPOE and Related Work
    W-349 Notice of Construction-Engineering-Financial Consulting Services
    W-350 Notice of Concessions Planning Services
    W-352 Continuing Program and Project Management Services (OAR)
    W-354 – Notice of Continuing Vertical Construction Services
    South Airport Automated People Mover (APM) Complex Program
    Hensel Phelps Construction Company (Construction Manager at Risk)
    South APM Program Web Site
    South Airport Intermodal Terminal Facility (ITF) Program
    Turner-Kiewit Joint Venture (Construction Manager at Risk)
    South ITF Program Web Site

    Newspapers/Plans Rooms

    GOAA’s Construction Projects are advertised in the Orlando Sentinel’s classifieds (legal section).

    GOAA’s Construction Project Plans and Specifications are made available at the following locations:

    Upcoming Construction Projects

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) has an on-going construction program and will be advertising for bids on various construction projects. This program includes both building construction and civil work at Orlando International Airport and Orlando Executive Airport. The construction values of the individual projects are estimated to be between $250,000 and $35 million.

    This site is used to dispense as much information as possible to potential bidders on proposed construction projects for which bids will be solicited within the next three months. While we will endeavor to provide accurate information, construction contractors are cautioned not to rely on this information alone, but should continue to use their normal sources for identification of potential projects for which they wish to bid.

    Please review the Upcoming Construction Projects page for full details of upcoming construction projects at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority.

    Continuing Contractors

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) has agreements with Continuing Contractors for various disciplines (i.e.; electrical, horizontal, roofing, signage, and vertical) for a term of up to five years.

  • Foreign Trade Zone

    Foreign Trade Zone

    Orlando International Airport’s Foreign Trade Zone is located in the only quadramodal transportation hub in the world, offering access to all global destinations.  International business is made easy through a superior network of air routes, interstate highways, rail systems, deep water ports, and space transportation through launch facilities at the Kennedy Space Center.

    Zone activities may include:

    • Assembling
    • Cleaning
    • Exhibiting
    • Manufacturing
    • Processing
    • Relabeling
    • Repackaging
    • Repairing
    • Storing
    Foreign Trade Zone Is Another Word for Experience

    At Foreign Trade Zone, we’ve been helping corporations take advantage of the Foreign Trade Zone program since we were established in 1979. As a general purpose zone, were situated in the heart of one of the country’s fastest growing airports.

    Because we are strategically located near all major distribution channels (air, land, sea and interstate) we are ideally suited to meet your business needs. Our experienced personnel and the areas Customs Brokers are available to help you with everything from paperwork to regulation information.

    9 Reasons to Use Foreign Trade Zones
    1. When imported material has incorrect country of origin markings, you can avoid fines and penalties by entering merchandise into the zone and remarking or re-labeling it before making a U.S. Customs entry.
    2. Merchandise entering through the zone is not subject to state, local ad valorem or inventory taxes.
    3. Merchandise can be transferred to the zone and held until a quota is opened.  The benefit is a quicker response time because the merchandise is already in the U.S.
    4. Parts subject to quota may be manipulated or processed to create a product that is not subject to quota.
    5. Because insurance does not have to include Customs duties, costs are reduced.
    6. Exports returned if items are not registered with U.S. Customs, you can return merchandise to the Foreign Trade Zone and eliminate duties.
    7. Foreign Trade Zones contribute to quality control by ensuring that U.S. standards are met.  Items below standards can be repaired, returned or destroyed.
    8. Merchandise can be transferred from one zone to another, to a subzone, or removed from a zone temporarily for certain activities.
    9. Zones are subject to U.S. Customs supervision and security requirements.
     A Closer Look at How the Savings Work
    • Defer Costs through Warehousing and Distribution
    • When merchandise is stored in the Foreign Trade Zone, you are not required to pay Customs duties until the items leave the zone and enter U.S. territory. By deferring these costs, you improve your cash flow and save on interest expense
    • Reduce Costs through Assembling, Processing, Manipulating or Manufacturing
    • The rate of duty is based on either imported materials or finished products.  Because finished products often have lower duty rates, you can reduce costs by choosing this option.  Merchandise in a zone can be stored, sampled, displayed, tested, cleared, re-labeled, repacked, repaired, mixed, assembled, processed, and manufactured.
    • Eliminate Costs through Exporting and Destroying
    • When merchandise is exported to another country, it never enters U.S. Customs territory, and Customs duties are not paid.  Therefore duty drawback is not necessary.  Additionally, if merchandise is defective, damaged, scrapped, waste or obsolete, it can be re-exported or destroyed to eliminate duty.
    Reduce Operating Costs through Foreign Trade Zones

    Few government programs have been more instrumental in attracting international trade throughout the United States than Foreign Trade Zones.  In fact, the total value of merchandise moving through Foreign Trade Zones exceeds several hundred billion dollars annually.  Why the success? In short, merchandise can be admitted to a zone without a formal Customs entry or payment of Customs duties or government excise taxes.  This ability to defer, reduce or even eliminate the payment of Customs duties is a benefit that thousands of U.S. companies take advantage of every year.

    We Have Plenty of Site Options Available

    Because businesses today have specialized needs, we offer a number of building and land options.  To begin with, we offer almost unlimited lease options (office, distribution center or warehouse) or a build to suit from any of the airport developers.  Land is available for companies wising to build their own facilities, and sub-zone status is available off-airport locations.

    Contact Us

    In August 2006 Forward Logistics Group, Inc. was appointed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection as a Foreign Trade Zone Operator for Foreign Trade Zone #42. FLG operates a General Purpose Zone warehouse and is located approximately three miles west of Orlando International Airport.

    FTZ Warehouse
    Forward Logistics Group, Inc.
    1181 Tradeport Drive
    Orlando, FL 32824
    Contact: Karen Koide at (407) 438-5499

    Or via GOAA at email

    Useful Links for our Cargo Community
  • Lobbyists
  • Purchasing

    Purchasing

    The Purchasing Division at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (Authority) is responsible for procuring all items and services required to support the operations and maintenance of Orlando International Airport and Orlando Executive Airport exclusive of construction requirements, concession agreements and property leasing agreements. Purchasing manage the receipt, storage and distribution of materials for use by the Authority, and the disposal of excess or obsolete materials. In addition, Purchasing subscribes to the NIGP Values and Guiding Principles of Public Procurement.

    The functional activities of the Purchasing Division are divided into the following areas:

    Contracts Solicit and award requirements for goods and services with an award value generally in excess of $100,000. Most are solicited using an Invitation for Bids (IFB) or Request for Proposals (RFP). Provide administration for active Purchasing contracts.
    Goods & Services Solicit and award requirements for items, goods, materials and services with an award value generally less than $100,000. Most are solicited using a Request for Quotations (RFQ).
    Material Control Process incoming shipments, conduct warehousing activities, issue materials for use by Authority departments, and dispose of excess materials.
    Standards & Specifications Develop and assist in the development of specification and scope of work documents. Maintain the specification library.

    The Purchasing Division conducts all activities in a manner to support the following objectives:

    • Environmentally Preferable Purchasing – Purchasing Pledge
    • Ensure the purchase and delivery of materials, supplies, equipment and services at the time, place, quantity, quality, and price consistent with the needs of the Authority;
    • Encourage and promote fair and equal opportunities for all individuals and business entities that have expressed interest in doing business with the Authority;
    • Safeguard the quality and integrity of the Authority’s procurement system, and conduct all activities in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations;
    • Manage inventories of purchased goods to meet the use requirements of Authority departments at the most advantageous cost to the Authority, and properly dispose of all material and equipment declared to be surplus or obsolete (Visit George Gideon Auctioneers web site for details).

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has instituted the Airport Link system as one of several methods of providing current information to potential contractors, consultants, and other types of vendors, as well as the general public.

    Contact Information

    Purchasing Division
    8652 Casa Verde Road, Bldg #811
    Orlando, FL 32827

    (407) 825-2254 – Phone
    (407) 825-4020 – Fax

    Airport Link

    Come here to see the latest Invitation for Bid (IFB), Requests for Proposal (RFP), Requests for Quotation (RFQ), Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) and more from GOAA Purchasing, Construction and Concessions.

    You may not use any documents or information printed from this Solicitations Board for the purpose of submitting a bid. Please click on the “Registration” link below to register to bid on opportunities with GOAA. The Board may be filtered by any of the criteria in the drop-downs below.

    The GOAA Purchasing Division uses the services of AirportLink to provide various services including: supplier database management, solicitation notification, document fulfillment, on-line bid and response, on-line catalog and other Internet procurement related services. There is no cost for registering with AirportLink.

    The services provided by AirportLink have the potential of providing transaction cost and time savings that can benefit all members of the supply chain. Firms registering with AirportLink may be notified of bid opportunities by email or fax. Please be advised that the AirportLink service is not the Purchasing Divisions sole method of providing notice of bid opportunities or solicitation notification. Notice of solicitations through AirportLink is merely a courtesy service that should not be relied upon by potential suppliers.  Interested parties should check the Purchasing Divisions webpage regularly for the most current solicitation information. Participation will also enable suppliers to receive solicitations via email, Internet download or fax at no cost or by mail for the cost of postage and handling. Firms with access to the Internet will also be able to submit electronic responses via secure Internet transmitting to some solicitations. AirportLink can also provide assistance in setting up on-line catalogs to help facilitate our access to your products if desired.

    Legal Disclaimer

    AirportLink is a third party service provider to GOAA.  GOAA and the GOAA Purchasing Division expressly disclaim all warranties of any kind, express or implied, made by AirportLink and shall have no liability to any party for any failure on the part of AirportLink or the AirportLink system. AirportLink should not be relied upon as the Purchasing Division’s sole means of solicitation notification or notice of bid opportunities.

    Neither GOAA nor any of its officers, directors or employees shall be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of or relating to the use of the Airportlink service.

    Purchasing Division
    8652 Casa Verde Road, Bldg #811
    Orlando, FL 32827

    (407) 825-2254 – Phone
    (407) 825-4020 – Fax

    Purchasing Office
    Business Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

    Material Control
    Business Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

    Administration Denise K. Schneider, CPPO, C.P.M., CPPB, CM Assistant Director of Purchasing & Material Control (407) 825-3843 Email
    Goods & Services Bruce E. Lampman, C.P.M., CPPB Purchasing Manager (407) 825-2029 Email
    Diana Hershner, CPPO Senior Purchasing Agent (407) 825-3070 Email
    Teresa Smith Purchasing Agent (407) 825-2196 Email
    Annmarie Wise Purchasing Agent (407) 825-6428 Email
    Contracts Bruce L. Gant, C.P.M., CPPB Purchasing Manager (407) 825-2317 Email
    Fatima Calkins, CPPO, CPPB Senior Purchasing Agent (407) 825-2044 Email
    Dino DeRostaing, CPPO, CPPB Senior Purchasing Agent (407) 825-6425 Email
    Luis A. Aviles, CPPB Senior Purchasing Agent (407) 825-4338 Email
    Vlad Opreanu, CPPB Senior Purchasing Agent (407) 825-6427 Email
    Tammy M. Ma, C.P.M., CPPB Contract Administrator (407) 825-2161 Email
    Roxana Siaca Contract Specialist (407) 825-6426 Email
    Material Control Jane Winstead Material Control Supervisor (407) 825-2699 Email
    Alex Juarbe Material Management Specialist (407) 825-2648 Email
    Fred Leggett Property Specialist (407) 825-2609 Email
    Marcio Cicarini Property Specialist (407) 825-2150 Email
    Andy Lansiquot Storekeeper (407) 825-2172
    Haythem Khalaf Storekeeper (407) 825-2171
    Osiris Munoz Monzon Storekeeper (407) 825-2171
  • Small Business

    Small Business Development

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (the Authority) is a strong supporter of programs that encourage the inclusion of women, minorities and small businesses in airport contracting.

    Notice Effective Monday July 20, 2015 the Authority no longer accepts paper applications or renewal documents. All documents must be uploaded into the B2G Now system

    During fiscal year 2010 small businesses participating in the Authority’s concessions and rental car programs generated approximately $77 million dollars. During this same time frame small businesses in the construction and engineering fields, received payments of approximately $23 million dollars and small businesses providing goods and non-professional services were awarded approximately $13 million dollars.

    The Authority strives to continue its trend of inclusion and has established three programs in support of this mission. The programs are briefly described below:

    Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Programs (ACDBE) Programs for Federal Projects

    A DBE/ACDBE is a for-profit small business concern that is at least 51% owned by one or more individuals who are both socially and economically disadvantaged or, in the case of a corporation, in which 51% of the stock is owned by one or more such individuals; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the socially and economically disadvantaged individuals who own it.

    • A small business concern is a firm whose annual gross revenues or number of employees do not exceed the limits applicable to the type of business as determined by the US Small Business Administration Table of Small Business Size Standards.
    • Individuals who are African American, Hispanic American, Asian Pacific-American, Native American or women are presumed to be socially and economically disadvantaged if their personal net worth does not exceed the net worth limit.
    • Individuals whose socially and economically disadvantaged status is relied upon for DBE certification must show that their individual net worth does not exceed $1.31 million. For purposes of establishing net worth, the following items are excluded:
      1. The equity in the individual’s primary residence; and
      2. The equity in the business which is applying for the DBE status.
    • Companies wishing to operate an airport concession should seek ACDBE certification. All others should seek DBE certification. The Authority is a certifying member of the Florida Unified Certification Program (UCP).
    Related Links

    Local Development Business (LDB) Program for Non-Federal Projects

    A LDB is a business concern that is domiciled in the Local Area, meets the Revenue Limitations, and is owned and controlled by one or more individuals whose personal net worth does not exceed the Net Worth Limitation.

    • Local Area: The Orlando Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (“Orlando SMSA”). This area, according to the United States Department of Census, includes the counties of Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake.
    • Revenue Limitations:
      1. Construction contracting services and consulting services related to planning, design, and construction related improvements and architectural and engineering services – $5,000,000 in annual gross revenues averaged over the preceding three (3) years.
      2. Professional Services – $2,000,000 annual gross revenues averaged over the preceding three (3) years.
      3. Procurement of goods and services not including professional services included in 1 and 2 above – $2,000,000 annual gross profit averaged over the preceding three (3) years.
    • Ownership and Control: Ownership and Control: Individuals, who do not exceed the Net Worth Limitation, must own at least fifty-one percent (51%) of the business, and control and manage the operations of the business on a daily basis.
    • Net Worth: The Net worth limitation is $750,000. The Net Worth is defined as the sum of the fair market value of the interests owned by the individual in all assets (if an asset is owned jointly as husband and wife, then fifty percent (50%) of the fair market value for that asset will be counted if only one spouse participates in the firm being reviewed) minus the debt of the individual (if debt is attributable to an asset owned jointly as husband and wife then fifty percent (50%) of the debt will be counted if only one spouse participates in the firm being reviewed). For purposes of establishing Net Worth, the following items will be excluded:
      1. The equity in the individual’s primary residence up to $500,000; and
      2. The equity in the business which is applying for the LDB status.
    • The firm must be LBD certified by the Authority in order to compete for LDB direct procurement opportunities and/or be counted as an LDB subcontractor for larger firms.
    • Designated Mobilization Program (DMP): The Authority recognizes that a Local Developing Business (LDB) may experience limited access to working capital. To further promote the development of LDBs, the Authority makes available certain retainers and/or designated mobilization payments to LDB professional services, construction and procurement firms up to 5%. With the approval of the Executive Director, the percentage may be increased to 10%.
      1. Professional Services: After award of a prime or subcontract agreement at the Aviation Authority, an LDB may elect to participate in the Authority’s DMP Program. Professional services firms may receive a 5% retainer of their contract price. LDB professional services firms may reject the retainer and alternatively participate in the Working Capital Initiatives with the approved banking institutions up to a total of 10%.
      2. Construction & Procurement Firms: Construction and Procurement firms may also participate under this program as either a Prime or a Subcontractor. The retainer is not available to construction or procurement firms. However, firms can receive through the approved banking institutions 5% of their contract price and a maximum of 1
    Related Links

    Minority/Women Business Enterprise (M/WBE) Program for Non-Federal Projects

    An M/WBE is a firm, which are at least 51% owned and controlled by one or more socially disadvantaged individuals.

    • Socially disadvantaged individuals are persons who are citizens or lawful permanent residents of the United States and who are African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Pacific Americans, Native Americans or Women.
    • For this program, the Authority accepts the minority certifications of Orange County, the City of Orlando and other governmental agencies as approved by Authority staff.
    Related Links

    Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Enterprise (SDVOBE) Program for Non-Federal Projects

    The SDVOBE must be at least fifty-one percent (51%) owned by one or more veterans or service-disabled veterans; and the management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more or service-disabled veterans or, for a service-disabled veteran having a permanent and total disability, by a spouse or permanent caregiver of the veteran.

    • Does your firm employ 200 or fewer employees?
    • Does the owner have an active duty service related disability?
    • Does the owner have a disability ranking of at least thirty percent (30%)?
    • Is your firm organized to engage in commercial transactions?
    • Is your firm domiciled in the 7 county area of Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, Volusia?
    Related Links

    Contact Information

    All completed documents should be mailed to:

    Small Business Development
    Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
    5850-B Cargo Road
    Orlando, FL 32827

    (407) 825-7133 Phone
    (407) 825-3004 Facsimile
    Email

    For more information on any of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Minority/Women Business Enterprise & Local Developing Business Enterprise programs, please contact the Office of Small Business Development

Cargo

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is ideally located for cargo entering and exiting the country, being 4 hours closer to the rest of the U.S. compared to South Florida airports, with a domestic route network that offers more flights to more U.S. destinations than any other Florida airport (and most of the rest of the U.S. non-hub airports), and a thriving cargo trucking community. Orlando is also one of the few airports in the world that can accommodate the new generation, Class 6 aircraft. That’s why our airport designator, MCO, is so appropriate – at Orlando International Airport we provide:

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Environmental Initiatives

The responsibility to construct and operate the airport facilities in a manner that ensures future generations will enjoy the same environment and vision that we experience today

GOAA Green is a vision to transform MCO and OEA into an environmentally friendly intermodal transportation hub. Through our Sustainability Management Plan we pledge to construct and operate the airport facilities in a manner that ensures future generations will enjoy the same environment and vision that we experience today. As part of our commitment we will work toward the goals in our SMP.

 

In 2013 GOAA’s Board unanimously approved a Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) as a roadmap to reduce dependency on fossil fuels; lower the demand for potable water; preserve natural lands; divert landfill waste to better uses, and support alternative transportation. The plan solidifies GOAA’s mission as: “The responsibility to construct and operate the airport facilities in a manner that ensures future generations will enjoy the same environment and vision that we experience today.”

GOAA’s Sustainability Management Plan achieves a balance between environmental impact, community outreach, and the economics of managing the airport by establishing 4 focus areas and 9 measurable goals as follows:.

This plan supports the City of Orlando’s GreenWorks and Orange County’s Our Home for Life sustainability initiatives.

Sustainability Management Report – 2014

greenworkslogo1. Green Works Orlando

Promotes green business opportunities, green and efficient municipal operations, natural resource protection, environmentally-friendly lifestyles, local food production, and locally-owned businesses. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer appointed a 20-member Task Force to make recommendations for a Community Action Plan to make Orlando one of the most environmentally-friendly cities in the southeast. Chaired by former Orange County Mayor Richard Crotty, the Task Force considered input from 14 round table meetings with subject-matter experts, on 7 topics related to sustainability, in addition to public comment from community meetings and an interactive online forum.

2. Orange County “Our Home for Life” Sustainability Advisory Board

3. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

ENERGY STAR – GOAA has 18 facilities enrolled in ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, these include its passenger terminal and four airsides, fire-fighting facilities and all of its administration buildings. These facilities, because of their varied uses, have Energy Use Intensities (EUI) ranging from 13 to 350. Qualified Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) are implemented as part of GOAA’s ongoing effort to reduce energy use and strive toward the SMP goal to reduce energy use by 10% by 2018.

ENERGY STAR PARTNER – ENERGY STAR partners are organizations that commit to protecting the environment through the continuous improvement of energy performance, measuring and tracking energy performance, developing and implementing a sustainability plan, provide outreach and education about the importance of energy efficiency to our staff and community and supporting ENERGY STAR Challenge to reduce energy use by 10%.

4. The US Green Building Council (USGBC)

The US Green Building Council‘s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification is the most recognized, 3rd party rating system for green buildings in the world. GOAA is a USGBC member and is registered as a LEED for campus projects. This status allows for multiple on-site projects, for both new construction, interiors and existing buildings to register and certify for LEED Certification a part of the campus.

5. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

6. Green Destination Orlando (GDO)

GDO is a community based group of stakeholders (non-profit, government, and business) focused on making Central Florida the premier Green Destination in North America. Recognizing the special role that the hospitality industry plays in the Central Florida economy, the US Green Building Council Central Florida Chapter formed the Hospitality Advocacy Committee (HAC) with the objective is to be a catalyst for the Green Destination program.

GDO’s mission is to establish and Promote Orlando as the premier Green Destination for leisure, convention and business travelers. The vision is a total sustainable EXPERIENCE – from the moment a visitor arrives in Orlando, to the transportation, from their stay at local lodging, to their daily activities (be it a conference or family vacation), and all the way back home – a complete loop that never breaks – a total sustainable EXPERIENCE.

7. The Central Florida Energy Efficiency Alliance (CFEEA)

In 2009, the U.S. Department of Energy awarded Orange County with the Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) to develop the Central Florida Energy Efficiency Alliance (CFEEA) with goal to create and promote programs to reduce the energy consumption in the largest buildings in Central Florida.

The creation of CFEEA brought together a powerful group of community stakeholders as founding members. They include the City of Orlando, Orange County, The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), Orange County Public Schools (OCPS), University of Central Florida (UCF), the US Green Building Council (USGBC), local utility providers and others all focused on reducing commercial and municipal energy use.

The CFEEA members created the Kilowatt Crackdown Challenge as a simple and effective building energy initiative using the EPA’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager (ESPM) Tool. Participants received free technical support, recommendations on how to reduce energy use and recognition in CFEEA’s annual award ceremonies.

As a testament to its wide success 1,982 facilities across central Florida joined ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager and participated in the CFEEA’s Kilowatt Crackdown Challenge. In 2012, CFEEA was selected for the Excellence in ENERGY STAR Award by the EPA.

The DIRTThe Green Team, is comprised of staff, airline partners, suppliers, contractors and concessionaires, strive to meet the goals identified in the SMP and provide regular reporting at the Board level.

The Green Team also published the Green Scene newsletter, which has now been officially renamed “The DIRT”.

Editions

Shop TalkIn April 2015, the Concessions department published its ShopTalk newsletter featuring an article by GOAA’s Assistant Director of Maintenance, Jeff Daniels, detailing some of the ways the airport is taking a proactive approach to preserving our environment.

Although the Sustainability Management Plan was presented to GOAA’s Board in December 2013, various initiatives included in the plan have been part of the culture at Orlando International and Executive Airports for a considerable time, and several achievements have already been reported:

  • Active Recycling Program
  • Enterprise Content Management (ECM) System
  • Energy and Water Conservation
  • Energy Star Building Certification
  • Occupancy Sensors to Control Lighting and Temperature
  • High Efficiency HVAC Systems
  • High Efficiency Lighting in Airfield, Garages and Terminal
  • LCD & LED Monitors
  • Low Flow Bathroom Fixtures
  • Construction using LEED Standards
  • Oil/Water Separators Throughout Airport
  • Consolidated Rental Car Operations into Terminal Garages
  • Biofuel Used in Buses
  • Compressed Natural Gas Station Under Construction
  • Image Library

Ground Transport Permit Office

New Payment Options Available

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is pleased to announce a partnership with First Data Merchant Services (PayPoint) to offer customers the ability to make payments using an online portal.

The Online Payment Portals will allow you to:

  • Pay your outstanding invoice balances by credit card, debit card or electronic check.
  • Print a copy of your receipt for your records
  • View payment history for payments made via the payment portal
  • Store your payment account information for convenience

Currently, no service fees, convenience fees or surcharges will be charged for this service. Simply click on Pay My Bill below to proceed with the online payment portal.

  • Industry Feedback

    Ground Transportation Industry Feedback

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  • Non-Based Crew Members

    On-Airport parking is available to Non-Based Crew Members. Please review the program details and complete the Access Card application form below:

    • NBC Online Application

      NON-BASED CREW MEMBER VEHICLE TAG INFORMATION FORM


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    • Program Details
      • Location

        • Parking for the Airline Non-Based Crews (NBCs) at the Orlando International Airport (MCO) will be at the South Park Place (SPP), formerly known as the Red Parking Lot
        • SPP is approximately 1.5 miles south of MCO’s terminal building
        • Driving directions to SPP from SR 528 (Beachline Expressway) and SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard)
          • Merge into Jeff Fuqua Boulevard (North entrance road) from SRs 528 and 436
          • Follow green ‘Terminal B signs
          • Follow ‘South Exit’ sign (to SR 417)
          • Merge into South Access Road
          • Turn left at the first traffic light on South Access Road
          • Follow ‘South Park Place’ sign on the right
          • Arrive at destination
        • Driving directions to SPP from the South Access Road
          • Turn right at the Traffic light
          • Follow ‘South Park Place’ sign on the right
          • Arrive at destination
        • South Park Place includes provision for general public parking
      • South Park Place Access

        • Once application is submitted, accepted, and payment made, SPP parking access card will be issued
          • Access card will only work at the SPP
        • At SPP entry, proceed to the designated automated Bus Only lane
          • Scan your access card, gate will rise, proceed into the parking lot
          • Access card reader will be located on the left, before the gate arm
          • If preceded by another vehicle at the entry, wait until gate arm ahead lowers completely before proceeding to the card reader
          • Do not use E-Pass/SunPass entry lanes. No refund for charges if used
        • If the access card reader is not able to read your card, hence not raise the gate, pull a ticket from the ‘Ticket dispenser machine’. Gate will rise. Proceed to park. Retain the ticket as it will be needed to process your exit when leaving the parking lot.
        • At SPP exit, proceed to the designated automated Bus Onlylane
          • Scan your access card, gate will raise, proceed exiting the parking lot
          • Access card reader will be located on the left, before the gate arm
          • If preceded by another vehicle at the exit, wait until gate arm ahead lowers completely before proceeding to the card reader
          • Do not use E-Pass/SunPass entry lanes. No refund for charges if used
          • Be cautious of vehicles entering and exiting the commercial vehicle staging area on the right hand side
        • If you pulled a ticket to gain entry into the parking lot, proceed to a ‘Cashier’ attended booth and present both your ticket and access card. Parking fees will be waived for access cards in a current status. For non-current cards, normal parking fees will be due at the time of exit.
      • Parking and Transportation from South Park Place

        • Once inside the SPP, follow sign to General Parking
        • Park in any available parking space
        • Proceed to any of the four (4) shuttle stops (A, B, C & D)
        • Transportation to the Terminal will include new SPP Shuttle bus fleet
        • Timely shuttle bus & customer friendly drivers will be available to assist passengers
        • Expedited shuttle bus trip to the Terminal
        • Drop-off at Terminal B will be on the departure deck (Terminal Level 3)
        • Shuttle bus transportation will include general public parking at SPP
      • Terminal Pick-Up and Transportation to South Park Place

        • For returning passengers, proceed to Terminal B, Level 1, Space B16 or B17 for SPP bound bus
        • Expedited shuttle bus trip to SPP
        • At SPP, bus drop-off will be at the four (4) shuttle stops (A, B, C & D)
        • Transportation to SPP will include new SPP Shuttle bus fleet
        • Timely shuttle bus & customer friendly drivers will be available to assist passengers
        • Follow Exit signs to exit SPP
      • Pricing Options and Payment

        • Prepaid 1-6 months @40/month
        • Payment will be made at the Ground Transportation Services (GTS) office
          • The GTS office is located on the first (1st) floor of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) Annex Building
          • GTS Physical address: 5855 Cargo Road, Orlando, FL 32827
        • Acceptable forms of payment: Check, Cash and Credit Card
        • Initial payment alongside a completed application shall be made in person. Succeeding check payments can either be made in person, by mail, or online.
        • Want to pay online? Simply click on Pay My Bill to proceed to the online payment portal:
  • Terminal Garage Employee Parking

    Terminal Garage Parking is available for approved on-site employee groups. To proceed with online Terminal Garage Parking payment, click the Pay My Bill link above:

  • All Others

    You may set up an account and pay your outstanding invoices electronically with a check, credit card or debit card. Currently, this service is free of charge with no service fees, convenience fees or surcharges added to your transaction. Please be sure that you review the PayPoint Privacy Policy contained on the Online Payment Portal to fully understand their privacy and security practices.

    To proceed with online payment, click the Pay My Bill link above:

Investor Relations

  • Notice to Readers

    Disclaimer and Conditions of Use

    The MCO Investor Relations site provides general financial information about the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) and its outstanding bonds, notes or other obligations. The information is provided for quick reference only and is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy GOAA’s Bonds. 

    It is not a summary or a compilation of all information relevant to any particular financial transactions, bonds, notes or other obligations. It does not purport to include every item that may be relevant, nor does it purport to present full and fair disclosure with respect to any financial transactions, bonds, notes or other obligations related to GOAA within the meaning of applicable securities laws and regulations.

    The information presented on this site speaks only as of the date it was posted or, if such information is dated, as of its dated date. GOAA does not undertake continuously to update materials posted on this site. Developments may occur after the dated date or posted date of such information that could render it inaccurate or unreliable. Any of the information on this website may be removed at any time.

    Certain information has come from other sources that are not developed by GOAA, and GOAA presents that information for convenience only. GOAA does not guarantee the accuracy of any such information and undertakes no responsibility to verify any of that information.   All information on this website has been obtained by GOAA from sources believed to be reliable but no representation or warranty is made by GOAA as to its accuracy or completeness.

    THIS IS NOT AN OFFER TO SELL BONDS. Information on this site is not an offer to sell securities or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities, nor shall there be any sale of securities in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of such jurisdiction. Investors wishing to purchase any of the Bonds must do so from a registered broker-dealer, and not from GOAA.  Persons considering purchasing any of these Bonds may obtain a copy of the applicable Official Statement from their broker-dealer.

    Viewers acknowledge that: (1) GOAA is not now by this site and the information shown herein offering any bonds, notes or other obligations, nor soliciting an offer to buy any such securities; (2) this site and the information herein shall not be construed as any description of GOAA, any departments thereof or the programs of GOAA in conjunction with any offering of bonds, notes or other obligations; (3) the information on this site is subject to change without notice, and no one shall assume from the availability of this site and the information herein that the affairs of GOAA and/or the programs of GOAA have not changed since the date of this information; (4) no representation is made as to the propriety or legality of any secondary market trading of the bonds, notes or other obligations of GOAA by anyone in any jurisdiction, and (5) the information on this site speaks as of its date, and GOAA does not hereby obligate itself in any manner to periodically or otherwise update this information or to maintain the availability of this information.

    Choice of Law: Construction of the disclaimers above and resolution of disputes regarding such disclaimers are governed by the laws of the State of Florida. The laws of the State of Florida shall apply to all uses of this site and the information contained in this site.

    Viewer Acknowledgement and Agreement: By viewing this website and the information contained herein, the viewer acknowledges and agrees that any use of the site and information contained herein shall conform to all applicable laws and regulations and that the viewer shall not violate the rights of any third parties and agrees to all of the terms, conditions and provisions set forth above.

     

    By choosing to proceed and view the financial information on this website, you are acknowledging that you have read and understood this Notice and Disclaimer.

  • Municipal Advisor Rule

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has retained the firm of Raymond James, Frasca & Associates, LLC and National Minority Consultants, Inc. as its municipal advisors. The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is represented by and will rely on these firms to provide advice on proposals from financial services firms concerning the issuance of municipal securities and municipal financial products, including investments of bond proceeds. This certificate may be relied upon until October 1, 2017. Proposals may be addressed to:

    Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
    Kathleen Sharman
    Chief Financial Officer
    5855 Cargo Road
    Orlando, FL 32827

    National Minority Consultants, Inc.
    Sylvia Dunlap
    President
    1146 Keyes Avenue
    Winter Park, FL 32789

    Raymond James
    Jon Eichelberger
    Managing Director
    807 W. Morse Blvd.
    Winter Park, FL 32789

    Frasca & Associates, LLC
    Doreen Frasca
    President & Principal
    521 Madison Ave (7th Floor)
    New York, NY 10022

  • Statements and Reports

    Financial Statements

    Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Statements

    Non-Airline Revenue Reports

    Budget

    Capital Improvement Plan

    Bond-Related Information

  • Contact Information
    • Kathleen Sharman
      Chief Financial Officer
      GOAA
      (407) 825-2043
      Email
    • Jon Eichelberger
      Financial Advisor
      Raymond James & Associates, Inc.
      (407) 644-3173
      Email
    • Sylvia Seaton Dunlap
      Financial Advisor
      National Minority Consultants, Inc.
      (407) 678-3213
      Email
    • Doreen Frasca
      Financial Advisor
      Frasca & Associates, LLC
      (212) 355-4050
      Email

dacThis link leads to the Digital Assurance Certification, LLC (DAC)website. The DAC investor relations platform enables issuers to post vital information pertaining to their bonds that is accessible to investors free of charge. The DAC website also allows the public to contact issuers with specific inquiries. Once answered, the inquiry and issuer response are posted to the Investor Communication Platform.

Sunshine Meetings

In accordance with Florida’s “Sunshine Law”, the minutes from public meetings held by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority are available on this web site. If you require minutes from meetings held before those on the pages listed below, please submit a Public Records Request.

Public Meeting Live Video Stream
(Available During Select Meetings only)

Board Meeting Live Video Stream
(Available During Board Meetings only)

  • Meeting Documents