Above: Orlando International Airport
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Another airport is exploring the possibility of service to Haiti.
Florida’s Orlando International Airport announced that it was exploring the possibility of flights between Orlando and Port-au-Prince.
“We are currently working with the airlines to try to offer nonstop service between Orlando and Port-au-Prince,” the airport said on its web site.
For now, the airport is asking those “likely to use this service” to take a survey to provide more information about demand for the route.
As Haiti has been rebuilding its tourism sector, it has seen a wave of new flights from the United States, most notably new Miami-Cap-Haitien service and service from Fort Lauderdale to Port-au-Prince on JetBlue.