Why is the FAA flying commercial flights to Orlando airport?

Posted July 27, 2018 07:24:13This isn’t a new trend for the Federal Aviation Administration, which has operated flights to airports in Atlanta and New York since the 1970s. 

The airport is currently home to the world’s busiest airport, Orlando International Airport, and it is home to many of the world-famous attractions including Disney World, Walt Disney World Resort and Walt Disney Cruise Line.

But the agency’s decision to launch flights from Orlando to Miami and Chicago will be one of the first major announcements in the aviation world.

The FAA is already a major player in the airline industry and has been a major investor in major airlines like United Airlines and Delta Air Lines.

But it also has its eyes on expanding its footprint into the aviation sector, with its plans to expand its headquarters in Orlando to about 100,000 square feet by 2021. 

Airport officials have been working to lure a major airport to Orlando and Miami as part of a plan to help attract more business and tourism to the city.

Airport executives say they have not made any specific plans for the launch of flights from the airport, but said the agency is interested in helping lure a new airport. 

“This is an opportunity to build on our airport and attract additional jobs and tourism,” Orlando Airport Mayor Dan Scavino Jr. said. 

While the FAA will not fly commercial aircraft to Orlando, Scavio said that the airport is interested to see if the FAA decides to move forward with a commercial flight service. 

Scavino said that if the agency decides to take commercial flights from Florida, the airport will welcome them. 

But the FAA has a long way to go to meet the aviation industry’s needs. 

In the early 2000s, the FAA was in the midst of a decade-long effort to open an international airport in Orlando.

The agency launched a feasibility study in 2002 and later received federal grant money to study options.

But after nearly two decades, the agency has not finalized any plans for a new international airport.

Scavio says that while he is pleased the FAA is taking steps to attract new business and visitors to Orlando City Airport, he is disappointed that the agency hasn’t announced a specific flight date. 

The airport is one of two locations that will be added to the FAA’s pilot program that would allow private companies to fly private jets to the airport.

The other is in Miami, which is slated to become the first U.S. airport to allow commercial aircraft from the country’s capital to fly to and from the Orlando area. 

According to the Orlando Sentinel, Scvio said he is optimistic that the FAA may launch flights to the Miami airport by the end of the year. 

He says that if not, he hopes the FAA can still consider the idea and launch flights as early as the end, possibly by the start of the new year.

“We hope the FAA takes the opportunity to come up with an opportunity that would be attractive to Orlando because we’re looking forward to it,” Scaviano said.