Orlando International Airport (MCO) in Florida has released images of its $2.8 billion Terminal C, which is set to open this summer.

Extending over 167,225 m2, Terminal C is expected to handle up to 12 million passengers per year and feature a new Federal Inspection Service (FIS) facility as well as 15 new gates (accommodating up to 20 aircraft), as well as new amenities such as a nursing station and pet relief areas. When fully constructed, Terminal C will increase MCO’s capacity to 60 million passengers per year. Arriving international passengers will be directed to an air bridge on the upper level of the concourse, which will take them to the new Federal Inspection Service facilities.

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