Orange County

Brightline reveals first look at new Orlando station at OIA

ORLANDO, Fla. — Brightline has released video renderings of its newest station, located at Orlando International Airport.

The new station is three stories tall and features “groundbreaking design and a unique synthesis of luxury amenities that meet the demand of today’s modern traveler.”


The 37,350-square-foot station is located in the heart of Orlando International Airport’s new 80,000-square-foot Terminal C.

The station will have more than 350 parking spaces reserved for Brightline guests.

An automated people mover connects the terminal to the rest of the airport facilities including Terminals A and B in under five minutes.

“This world-class train station continues our mission of transforming train travel in America,” said Patrick Goddard, president at Brightline. “We have carefully thought through each detail of this station to ensure that it exceeds the expectations of the modern traveler.”

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Throughout the station, all guests will have access to free high-speed Wi-Fi, charging stations at every seat, 87 big-screen televisions and a children’s play area located in the SMART lounge.

According to a new release, once inside the station, passengers can purchase tickets from guest services or one of several self-service kiosks, and check luggage before proceeding through touchless turnstiles into the security screening area.

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The two new tracks will accommodate trains that will transport guests on the Orlando to Miami route in just over three hours.

The station is set to open sometime this year.

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