More Canadian Passengers Heading to Orlando Melbourne

Orlando Melbourne International Airport´s (MLB) upgraded customs facility will soon be welcoming thousands of more Canadian visitors to the region thanks to an announcement today from Porter Airlines, the company said.

In addition to the seasonal nonstop flights from Toronto´s Billy Bishop Airport (YTZ), Porter said that it is adding nonstop flights from Canada´s Ottawa (YOW) and Windsor (YQG) airports. The new flights commence December 16, 2017 and run through March 31, 2018. The Toronto flights continue through April 7, 2018.

The Sunshine State´s sunny beaches, tropical breezes and world-class theme parks are attractive to cold-weary Canadian travelers, and the airport´s close proximity to Port Canaveral, one of the most popular cruise ports in the world.

Porter opened the Orlando Melbourne route two years ago and has expanded annually with mid-week and multiple flights to meet passenger demand. “This airport is committed to growing international flights,” said Greg Donovan, A.A.E., airport executive director. “We have found the perfect partner with Porter Airlines and provide them with the most technologically advanced entry in the United States. We greet our passengers with sunshine, southern hospitality and a team committed to customer service.”

Porter Airlines is popular with discerning passengers who are extremely loyal to the “flying refined” carrier. Recognized as one of the world´s Top 20 International Airlines by Condè Nast Traveler, they provide free wine and beer in flight with spacious leather seats and impeccable passenger service. To book flights, just go to

Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB) serves the Central Florida coast with three runways, a 200,000 sq. ft. terminal and 40,000 sq. ft. customs facility. It is served by Porter Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Elite Airways and American Airlines with nearly 500,000 passengers annually. For more information, visit