Orlando International Airport adds new destinations in Mexico, Bahamas

One airline at the Orlando International Airport (MCO) recently added a new destination in the Bahamas while another has resumed service to a city in Mexico.

Beginning on Monday, July 1, Viva Aerobus will offer flights between MCO and Merida, Mexico. Earlier this year, on May 2, the airline added flights to Monterrey, Mexico.   

BahamasAir has also resumed service to Freeport, Bahamas, as of Monday, July 1. The service will run through Thursday, September 5.

Last month, Southwest Airlines added new routes from Orlando to six new international destinations.

For more information on new and resuming flights at the facility, visit the Orlando International Airport online.

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