Orlando airport leader wants on-site K-12 school as part of 10-year plan

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The Orlando International Airport leadership set big goals for its 10-year discussion — including the possibility of an on-site K-12 school.

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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, the governing entity of the airport, went through a wishlist of wants for the airport over the next decade during its Aug. 17 meeting.

Most of the requests were typical in nature including completing and getting up to full speed the new Terminal C project, which debuts next month; opening the Brightline hub at the airport and finding a solution to connect SunRail to the airhub; identifying an upgrade plan for the existing north terminal, improving parking, air connectivity and more.

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