JetBlue officially settles into Terminal C at Orlando International Airport

ORLANDO, Fla. — Tuesday is a big day for JetBlue and its customers at Orlando International Airport.


The airline becomes the anchor tenant at OIA’s brand new Terminal C.

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JetBlue is the only U.S. carrier to operate out of the recently-completed terminal.

The airline’s original goal was to fully relocate to Terminal C on Sept. 27.

But an approaching tropical depression, which later became Hurricane Ian, dampened that plan.

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On Oct. 11, JetBlue’s international arrivals moved into the state-of-the-art terminal.

Now, two weeks later, JetBlue’s full-on move-in has become a reality, with international departures and domestic arrivals and departures also based at Terminal C.

The airline boasts 10 gates there.

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WFTV was at OIA Tuesday morning and watched as JetBlue passengers appeared to pass smoothly through the ticketing area.

JetBlue joins other carriers like Caribbean Airlines, Emirates and Aer Lingus that have already settled into Terminal C at Orlando International Airport.

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