Orlando International Airport is Expecting Record-breaking Traffic Tomorrow
If you’re planning on traveling tomorrow give yourself lots of extra time! Orlando International Airport is predicting that tomorrow could be the biggest travel date we’ve seen since the pandemic.
According to a recent piece on WFTV, MCO is expecting over 64,000 travelers. That’s quite a difference when compared to the 8,465 guests that travel last Memorial Day.
According to the piece with WFTV the Orlando International Airport said they are expecting over 300,000 travelers to fly out of MCO this holiday weekend. Last year it was a mere 45,000.
As the Orlando airport braces for pre-pandemic level traffic, the same should be expected for other major airports across the US. That’s why its important for travelers to give yourselves lots of extra time to check in and go through PSA.
— Ashley Edlund (@AshleyEdlund) May 30, 2021
As you can see from the tweet from WFTV’s Ashley Edlund, TSA lines were about 16-20 minutes earlier today. That’s busier that its been throughout all of 2021 meaning that consumer confidence is growing when it comes to traveling once again.
This is a story we’ll be following closely as we head into the National Holiday tomorrow. readers are encouraged to keep following along with us for further news and updates!
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