Orlando International Airport

South terminal at Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport is moving ahead with its south terminal, given the amount of passengers that are coming through the facility, forecasts of seats that air carriers are adding and new carriers coming to the site. The $1.8 billion, 16- to 24-gate project should be operating by 2019....More details

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  • GOAA looks to pre-qualify CRE appraisal firms for future airport contract work

    GOAA looks to pre-qualify CRE appraisal firms for future airport contract work

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority wants to pre-qualify a handful of commercial real estate appraisal firms for future opportunities to evaluate land at its two local airports, according to Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) issued on Thursday and Friday. The applications that come in are for...

  • Southwest seeks GC for new airport project

    Southwest seeks GC for new airport project

    Orlando International Airport’s biggest carrier is looking to expand its local footprint, and needs a general contractor to oversee the job. Southwest Airlines is seeking a GC for a new 32,000-square-foot warehouse at the airport to provide more room to store equipment, parts and maintenance supplies....

  • All Aboard Florida takes permitting steps for Orlando maintenance facility

    All Aboard Florida takes permitting steps for Orlando maintenance facility

    All Aboard Florida is taking its first steps to build the facility that will be used to store and work on the express trains that will be coming into Orlando from Miami, with this maintenance depot to produce millions of dollars of construction work.  With an overall project cost estimated at $2.5...

  • Economic concerns raised during airport conference

    Economic concerns raised during airport conference

    Orlando International Airport’s much vaunted south terminal could be sidelined and development and airport staff let go under the worst case scenario of another economic recession in the area. “I think about it every day,”  Phil Brown, executive director of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority,...

  • Light rail at airport no guarantee, as Spain's Globalvia yet to deliver key details

    Light rail at airport no guarantee, as Spain's Globalvia yet to deliver key details

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) may have made little progress in recent months swapping out an arrangement that could have brought a maglev system to the airport for one promising a light rail system, as Madrid-based Globalvia hasn't stepped up with a firm commitment.  The airport...

  • Industrial buildings could be players in land around OIA's south expansion

    Industrial buildings could be players in land around OIA's south expansion

    Industrial buildings around Orlando were in considerable demand last year and are expected to continue their momentum for at least a couple more years, with the area south of Orlando International Airport becoming increasingly popular. There are several thousand acres of undeveloped land lining...

  • Orlando Airport pitches new interchange design, route of Osceola Parkway Extension

    Orlando Airport pitches new interchange design, route of Osceola Parkway Extension

    Orlando International Airport and state transportation officials have asked the Osceola County Expressway Authority and its consultant to consider changing the alignment of the proposed Osceola Parkway Extension (OPE) and redesign the interchange at S.R. 417, to give drivers on the new toll road...

  • Orlando Airport down to six finalists to build south terminal

    Orlando Airport down to six finalists to build south terminal

    The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has winnowed down to six the number of finalists to build the first part of Orlando International Airport’s south terminal, a 16-to-24 gate complex. Aviation authority officials have stayed local for the most part in shortlisting candidates for the $1.8 billion...

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