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Americans Returns to Orlando, MCO Data Shows

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Orlando, one of the most popular domestic travel destinations for American travelers, is slowly welcoming more travelers despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

The number of travelers at Orlando International Airport (MCO) reflects this gradual renewed interest in June passenger traffic numbers. Overall traffic was down 79.5 percent for the month compared to last June, however it is up 12 percent from May when traffic was down 91.5 percent. MCO is not alone, the airline industry group Airlines for America reports that their gauge of how crowded planes are

“As we monitor the gradual increase in traffic volumes,” says Phil Brown, Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, “we are cautiously optimistic that the public is more confident traveling to Orlando and realizes the extent to which we are providing a safe and healthy environment for their benefit.”

The Latest Statistics:

  Actual 2020 Departures   Actual 2019 Departures
Friday, August 14 21,110   69,695
Saturday, August 15 20,471   68,598
Sunday, August 16 24,965   70,202
Monday, August 17 18 ,326*   68,821
(*) Estimated      




June Statistical Data:

  • Domestic traffic was down 76.23 percent for the month compared to last June with a total of 874,823 passengers at MCO.
  • International traffic was reduced by 99.8 percent in June with only 1,178 total international travelers.
  • Overall traffic was off 79.54 percent with a total of 876,001 passengers in June.

Mid-year Statistical Data:

  • At the halfway point of the calendar year, domestic traffic is down 49.38 percent with 11,204,952 passengers at MCO.
  • International volume has fallen 61.42 percent with 1,412,945 travelers arriving and departing Orlando  International.
  • Overall traffic for the first six months of 2020 is off 51.09 percent with 12,617,897 passengers.

Businesses, health experts and local governments are working together to ensure your health and safety while visiting Orlando. Visit with confidence knowing that Orlando’s wide-open spaces and expansive theme park and hotel properties give you plenty of room to spread out. More importantly, its businesses are working hard to provide you with peace of mind by employing enhanced safety procedures and formal programs that follow guidelines from the CDC and health officials.

These businesses include trusted theme park brands such as Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld® Orlando offer great deals. Trusted hoteliers like Hilton Worldwide, Marriott International, and Rosen Hotels & Resorts. And trusted restaurants that range from national brands to world-famous celebrity chefs — not to mention attractions, retailers and much more. 

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