Our tips on flying from Orlando Airport
Business trips don’t necessarily have to be fun – but it’s a major bonus if you can wring some enjoyment from them.
That means a luxury hotel, a meal tastier than your usual favorite fare, and some-post meeting entertainment in your local bar or cinema.
More than anything, it means being able to fly from A to B without any hassle.
You can’t always guarantee that one, especially if you aren’t booking your own tickets. Whether it’s a delayed flight, a misplaced passport or that disappointing falafel wrap you ate in the airport cafe, a lot can go wrong in the world of air travel.
But fret not. We’re here to assuage your quivering business trip legs and make sure you enjoy your flight (from Orlando Airport, anyway).
Orlando Airport is constantly bustling with tourists, making it an even more difficult flight hub to navigate if you’re a businessperson.
That’s why we’ve put our heads together to recommend a few business essentials if you’re going to enjoy yourself. Book them now and you won’t regret it later.
Parking your BMW isn’t going to be easy in the teeming car parks of Orlando. In this labyrinthine mass of parking bays and depots, it’d feel less stressful to drive straight onto the runway and abandon your car then and there.
However, there are better options. Sites like Looking4.com can help you find private parking at Orlando Airport, meaning you’ll be able to leave your car with a valet at the terminal and know it’s being kept safe while you’re on your travels.
Save your company some cash by booking private parking as early as possible.
Priority departure lounges
There are two priority departure lounges in Orlando Airport, both cost $39 for a short stay – and both are worth the price.
For your payment, you’ll receive fast Wi-Fi, complementary food and drinks, the latest edition of most newspapers and (most importantly) somewhere comfortable to rest your feet.
This is the perfect option if you’re planning on conducting business before your flight, giving you some much needed peace and quiet away from the crowds.
Romano’s Macaroni Grill
If you’re searching for comfort food before your flight, then Romano’s Macaroni Grill is your best bet. Here you’ll receive hearty helpings of macaroni, huge pizzas, healthy salads or delicious seafood.
There are plenty of there eateries at Orlando Airport, including Moe’s Southwest Grill, Chili’s Too Bar & Grill, Panda Express and Cinnabon.
Each of them is tantalizing to the taste buds, but Romano’s gets out vote for the sheer quality of its produce.
Follow these tips and you’ll settle in for your flight feeling cool, calm and satisfied.
That’s our list! What do you love about Orland Airport? What do you bring with you on a business trip? Let us know in the comments below.
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