Orlando, Florida. – When Terminal C at Orlando International Airport opens in the fall, travelers will be able to grab a cup of coffee, a piece of pizza or a burger and fries before their flights.
The new terminal is expected to open in September with international flights, followed by domestic flights later. So far, 11 airlines have been confirmed to be part of the new building, including British Airways, Emirates and JetBlue.
Building C will contain at least 24 places to eat and drink, dozens of stores, and one lounge, according to the OIA website.
(Matt Judd via Greater Orlando Aviation Authority) (FOX 35 Orlando)
Here are the stores, department stores, and restaurants that the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has announced will be part of the new terminal:
Coffee shops, bars and restaurants
- Barneys coffee and tea company
- Wine Bar George
- Orange Brewers County
- Cask & Larder provisions
- PGA Tour Grill
- raw juice
- Cucina & Co.
- Olde Hearth Bread Co.
- Cask & Larder Public House
- Orlando Brewing Bar and Bites
- Sunshine Diner by Chef Art Smith
- Chick Phil A
- Aunt Ann
- Iola Market
- Shake Shack
- Harvest and land
- Summer House Orlando
- Desano Pizzeria
- Main Street Market (with Einstein and Brother Beagles and revamped with Illy Coffee)
Shops and stores
- Arts City Market (featuring local artists)
- Walt Disney World
- Universal Orlando
- Seaworld Orlando
- Gatlin want
- Sunglass Hut
Plaza Premium Lounge
Not many details have been released about the lounge. However, we do know that it will be located on the second floor of Palm Court and will feature a “family-friendly area, restaurant, bar and quiet spaces where business travelers can be productive,” according to a press release.