Orlando-area airports are expecting an increase in arriving passengers compared to the same time period last year. Direct, nonstop flights coming in to Orlando International Airport and nearby Orlando Sanford International Airport are on track to see an 11 percent increase in seat capacity from the fourth quarter of 2014.
Domestic seat capacity has been up 9 percent and international seat capacity is up 25 percent, with seats from Brazil up 101 percent, seats from the United Kingdom up 19 percent and seats from Canada up 7 percent. Visit Orlando, the area’s marketing division, says that total seat capacity is up 10 percent.
This year has shown consistent growth, with an increase of 9 percent over the first and second quarters, and an increase of 10 percent over the third quarter.
News source: Orlando Sentinel
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