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Law Enforcement Closes Orlando Airport Terminal Now

Law Enforcement Closes Orlando Airport Terminal Now


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Law enforcement is currently at Orlando International Airport causing an entire terminal to close! See what’s happening here.

Orlando International Airport

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Orlando International Airport, also known as MCO, has become increasingly busier in recent years and was named one of the 10 busiest airports in the United States. This is because of the area’s many theme parks and attractions, including Disney World, Universal, Legoland, and SeaWorld, that attract millions of visitors every year.

Orlando International Airport is one of 10 busiest airports in the United States

If you’re planning on traveling through MCO, be sure to check out our guide to the airport, which has all the information you need about the TSA process, shopping, dining, and more.

What’s Happening?

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Although Orlando International Airport has 3 terminals now, most of the domestic travel comes through Terminal A & B. And right now, Terminal B is completely shut down.

MCO Advisory: Law enforcement partners are currently investigating a call. Terminal B road traffic is closed.

As you can imagine, this is causing quite a bit of confusion and delays at the airport with no one able to enter or leave through Terminal B. But MCO offers an update that will help.

How Can I Get Around MCO Now?

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Tonight at 6:30 pm, MCO updated its advisory. Per the update, drivers coming to pick-up/drop-off customers at Terminal B need to follow roadway signage to Terminal A or the Train Station.

LATEST UPDATE: Terminal B has been given the all clear and will resume wil resume normal operations.

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