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New $3 Billion Terminal C At Orlando International Airport Is Now Open

Orlando International Airport has officially opened its brand new Terminal C, and guests are going to be impressed.



Terminal C is gorgeous and it screams "Welcome To Florida!" Soaring ceilings with massive skylights allow bright sunlight to stream into the bright and airy terminal. beautiful indoor palm trees soar, and towering LED screens showing underwater springs and skies full of blue skies and fluffy clouds lets you know that you are in the Sunshine State.



The new $3 Billion Terminal C will make the airport experience as smooth as possible, and features video walls and digital displays to help passengers navigate the airport.



The 200,000-square-foot terminal will be home to 11 airlines including Jet Blue, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa and Caribbean Airlines and features 15 gates that can accommodate up to 20 planes for both domestic and international flights and all will use facial recognition technology to help with easier and more secure boarding.



The terminal has its own automated Transportation Security Administration checkpoint, meaning guests shouldn't have to wait too long in line for TSA checks, with officials saying that security will be quicker.



Passengers will have a wonderful selection of coffee shops, bars, and restaurants:


  • Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co.

  • Wine Bar George

  • Orange County Brewers

  • Provisions by Cask & Larder

  • PGA Tour Grill

  • Raw Juice

  • Cucina & Co.

  • Olde Hearth Bread Co.

  • Cask & Larder Public House

  • Orlando Brewing Bar & Bites

  • Sunshine Diner by Chef Art Smith

  • Starbucks

  • Chick Fil-A

  • Auntie Anne’s

  • Cinnabon

  • Eola Market

  • Shake Shack

  • Harvest & Grounds

  • Summer House Orlando

  • Greenbeat

  • Desano Pizzeria

  • Main Street Market (with Einstein Bros. Bagels and Replenish with Illy Coffee)



The shopping experience at the new terminal will also give passengers a fabulous selection of stores to explore:

  • City Arts Market (feature local artists)

  • Walt Disney World

  • Universal Orlando

  • SeaWorld Orlando

  • The Scoop

  • Gatlin Trade

  • Sunglass Hut

  • Brighton

  • TripAdvisor



Terminal C will also feature the Plaza Premium Lounge which is located on the second floor of Palm Court and will have a "dedicated area for families, a restaurant and bar, and quiet spaces where business travellers can be productive.



Terminal C is great news for passengers, and great news for Orlando, for more information head over to Orlando International Airport's website.



Photographs: Orlando International Airport

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