Orlando Int’l Airport

Orlando Int’l Airport gets The Club lounge

ORLANDO Loungewide

Orlando International Airport has lots to entertain travelers waiting for a flight, but those who want a bit of extra pampering now have The Club at MCO as an option.

The 11th in the string of lounges operated by Airport Lounge Development (ALD), the new 8,000 square-foot open-to-all-travelers lounge at MCO is located on Airside 4 near gate 91 and will be open daily from 6:00am – 9:30pm.

Inside the lounge there are spaces for working or holding meetings, private restrooms with showers, a children’s zone with Xbox games and TV, complimentary snacks and beverages, high-speed WiFi and bar service.

Day passes to The Club at MCO are $35 and entry is also available to Priority Pass, Priority Pass Select, Lounge Club and LoungeKey Members with existing memberships.


New airport trading cards: Orlando & John Wayne

Orlando International Airport (MCO) and John Wayne Airport (SNA) have joined the list of airports with their own trading cards.

Want to add these to your collection?

All this week, which is National Travel and Tourism Week, JWA’s Customer Relations Assistants and “red coat” Ambassadors are handing out the new trading cards in the Riley Terminal.  After that, the cards will be available at the Information Booths in all three baggage claim areas.

In Orlando, the cards are available at all third-level information booths.

Trading Card OIA MCO Card Layout.cdr

MCO trading card back


Snack Saturday at Orlando Int’l Airport

Is it a theme park, a mall, a hotel lobby or an airport?


Who cares?

If you’ve got a few hours to wait for a flight, Orlando International Airport is great place to do it.

Especially when it is Snack Saturday and you’re on the look-out for a few food-related souvenirs.

I found these salt & pepper shakers and Gummi Space Shuttles at the airport’s Kennedy Space Center gift shop.

MCO - S&P space

mco gummi space shuttles