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BA flights between London and Orlando will arrive and depart from Terminal C at Orlando International Airport from Wednesday 21 September 2022.
BA is one of ten airlines due to move into the new terminal in September.
Aer Lingus will transfer the day before on Tuesday 20 September.
About Terminal C
Orlando airport promises the new terminal will be bathed in natural light.
It will have 15 gates, all with facial recognition technology, that can accommodate up to 20 aircraft.
In contrast to other terminals, and aided by new baggage handling technology, the arrivals hall is located on the uppermost level.
Areas of the terminal are given designated names. Ticketing, security, gates and baggage reclaim are aligned along The Boulevard.
Airside shopping and dining are part of Palm Court. The landside arrivals area is part of the Town Square. Digital screens and art work will feature prominently throughout.
In terms of lounges, whilst BA has not given any detail on arrangements for its passengers, Plaza Premium is due to open a lounge in the terminal. Located on the second floor, the lounge promises a dedicated area for families, a restaurant, bar and quiet spaces.
New terminals can have their teething problems so there may be some disruption in its first weeks of operation.
BA flights to Orlando now operate year round at Gatwick. They also continue at Heathrow, save for a suspension between 2 December to 26 March 2023.
A guide to Terminal C is available from Orlando airport.
3 thoughts on “British Airways Moves To Terminal C At Orlando Airport”
There are no lounge facilities for business class open in terminal c. Not really good enough BA.
Transportation between terminal c no rental cars and terminals a snd b is a joke! This terminal is not ready for business