JetBlue Officially Makes Move to Orlando International Airport’s New Terminal
Beginning today, JetBlue has officially moved its Orlando International Airport’s (MCO) operations to the brand new state-of-the-art Terminal C. All JetBlue flights will arrive and depart at the new facility with the final flight at Terminal A on Oct. 24.
The new Terminal C opened on September 20, 2022 after a $2.8 billion investment. JetBlue is now the only U.S. carrier at the terminal, operating the largest number of gates, 10 in total, all outfitted with biometric boarding. The move bolsters JetBlue’s service to the region, with plans to operate nearly 70 daily flights to 22 destinations during the peak holiday travel period in December of this year.
JetBlue customers traveling to and from Orlando International are now able to enjoy the new Terminal C’s modern, bright design and technology. The terminal includes a state-of-the-art baggage handling system, 100 percent-automated TSA screening lanes, and facial recognition systems for international departures and arrivals.
The new facility features more than 10 retail options and over 20 food and beverage locations and boasts a commitment to sustainability. Travelers will find arrivals on the third level, departures, ticketing and security on the second level, and ground transportation on the first level.
Parking is offered at the corresponding Parking Garage C, and a mother’s nursing station and pet relief areas are also available. The facility links to a brand-new rail station that will connect Brightline rail service to and from South Florida and a planned future link to local SunRail service.