Cranky on the Web: New 2019 Routes, Orlando’s New Terminal

Exciting New Flight Routes That Will Improve Your 2019 Travel Plans – WendyPerrin.com
This was a fun one to put together.  It may not be comprehensive, but it’s a look at a huge chunk of the new international routes that are starting from the US in 2019.  Now you all get to go in and see everything I’ve missed.

Orlando Airport’s Spiffy $2.8 Billion Facelift – Icons of Infrastructure
I wrote about Orlando’s newest terminal project a couple months ago, but I didn’t even realize it had been published until this week.  There’s a massive new project underway there, and it’ll mean no more trams to the gates for those in the new terminal.

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9 Responses to Cranky on the Web: New 2019 Routes, Orlando’s New Terminal

  1. brian.peters says:

    Hello Brett:

    Here’s two omissions:

    MSP – Seoul via Delta on April 1, 2019 MSP – Dublin via Aer Lingus on July 1, 2019

    Thanks, Brian

  2. Ben in DC says:

    It’s been years since I’ve been through MCO, but did they ever complete the build-out of Airside 2? I know it would only add 10 gates or so, but it seems like that would have been a relatively inexpensive way to add gates for the near-term.

    • CF says:

      Ben – Nope, there would be too much taxiway work, so it doesn’t sound like that’s ever going to happen.

  3. dfr says:

    Brett

    Viva Air launched Miami to Santa Marta Colombia. The first time for this route to operate in 20 years

    Gracias

  4. Nathaniel says:

    Hey Brett, why would there be two contractors for the airport build? It seems like that would just be more trouble than it’s worth…

  5. Great information and thanks for sharing!!!

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