It’s been several months since Disney World reopened its gates to the public.
Airports and airlines are beginning to adjust their health and safety regulations as events unfold. Restrictions are easing up on international travel and airports are implementing new protocols. Just this week we reported on a fancy new system that monitors crowd levels and cleaning frequency. Guests visiting Florida for a trip to Disney World will have more flight options if they choose to fly with Frontier Airlines.
Many airlines cut down on flights and destinations to compensate for low demand and travel restrictions. Travel is beginning to pick up all over the country and airlines are adding more flights as the months go by. Frontier has announced they will resume 9 routes to Orlando International Airport this month. (And no, your name doesn’t have to be Orlando to board these flights!)
Looking for an-otter adventure? @FlyFrontier resumes 9 routes this month at MCO:
Des Moines, IA
Green Bay & Madison, WI
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) December 16, 2020
Be sure to stay updated on travel policies as airlines increase their flight schedules and destinations. Most airlines have done away with the “no middle seat” policy and others are offering limited flight services. We’ll continue to keep you informed on important travel updates!
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