In fact, we’ve seen several storms to watch lately, like Fiona and Gaston, and now, there’s a new tropical depression that could potentially be on its way to Florida. So, if you’re flying into Orlando soon, you need to be aware of some changes that have been made due to the weather.
Tropical Depression 9 is being watched now and will soon turn into a Tropical Storm. The path of the storm is not certain, but it could become a major hurricane threat for Florida.
In anticipation of this, Orlando International Airport tweeted out a message saying that pre-storm precautions and protective measures are being taken to coordinate airport activities. They said that the relocation dates for jetBlue & Caribbean Airlines to Terminal C will be rescheduled.
In anticipation of the possible incoming weather, it has been decided that the relocation dates for jetBlue & Caribbean Airlines to Terminal C will be rescheduled. Please contact your airline directly for any specific details in regards to their flight operations. Thank you.
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) September 23, 2022
Terminal C is the brand new terminal that just opened up this week at the airport, and several airlines are planned to be flying out of the terminal moving forward.
If you’re flying into Orlando in the next few days, make sure you keep up with any info or announcements from your airline and the airport. We’ll be keeping an eye on the storm and let you know if any other major changes happen at Orlando International Airport.
At time of writing, Tropical Depression 9 could come to Florida next week as a major Category 3 hurricane, according to The Orlando Sentinel. This has caused Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to declare a state of emergency in 24 counties, including Osceola, where part of Disney World is located. It has not been declared in Orange County at this time, which is where Orlando International Airport and the majority of Disney World is located.
The storm could either become Hurricane Hermine or Hurricane Ian — it just depends on how fast it intensifies compared to another new tropical depression in the Atlantic Ocean.
For now, you can read more about what to expect from the rest of the 2022 hurricane season in Disney World, everything you need to know if you go on a cruise during hurricane season, and more on this possible hurricane heading towards Florida.
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