A lot has changed when it comes to leisure travel in the past two years.
Since last year, international travel has started to pick up, which means Orlando has started to see more international visitors, including those heading to Disney World and Universal Orlando. And now, another international airline has announced that it will resume flights to Orlando!
Orlando International Airport announced today that Brazilian airline Gol has officially resumed flights between Brazil and Orlando four times a week.
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) May 13, 2022
Gol is not only the largest national airline in Brazil, it is also the third largest international airline in the country. According to Brazilian Airlines, Gol suspended flights between Brazil and the United States in March 2020, at the start of the pandemic. At the time, the airline also suspended some of its domestic flights.
Passengers traveling on Gol should be aware of current health and safety guidelines, including obligation for all passengers to wear a mask on board the aircraft.
Gol flights resume from Brazil to Orlando starting today, May 14, 2022. And, we’ll continue to keep tabs on travel news from Orlando, as well as all things Disney and Universal, so stay tuned to AllEars for more!
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