Brightline unveils Orlando station

Brightline officially unveiled its new station at Orlando International Airport The high-speed rail commuter company announced Thursday that tickets for flights from the Orlando station will go on sale in May, with one-way sales starting at $79 for its Smart Seats and $149 for its Smart Seats. For their premium seats, there will be packages available for families of four that will cost as little as $199 one way, and while tickets will go on sale next month, Brightline has yet to say when service from Orlando will begin. However, they say the trains will be operational by summer 2023, and there will be 16 round trips per day with hourly departures between Miami and Orlando. One-way from Orlando to their Miami station on their non-stop train will take three hours, and there will be other train options from Orlando that will stop in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and Aventura. Weekday trains out of Orlando will include: Hourly southbound departures from Orlando to Miami starting at 5:00 AM until 8:50 PM First southbound train from Orlando arriving in Miami at 8:30 AM, hourly departing north Miami to Orlando starting 6:50 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. First northbound train from Miami arriving in Orlando at 10:15 a.m. Weekend train schedule out of Orlando will include: Southbound departures from Orlando to Miami starting at 5:00 am to 8:50 pm first southbound train from Orlando arriving in Miami at 8:30 am hourly departing northbound from Miami to Orlando starting 5:45 am to 9:45 pm first northbound train From Miami arrives in Orlando at 9:15 a.m. The 37,350-square-foot terminal is located next to Terminal C of Orlando International Airport and connects directly to Airport Parking Garage C. Once service outside of Orlando begins, passengers will be able to park there or at the South Park Place Economy Lot , which disembarks passengers in Terminal C. – an hour period, while the South Park Place Economy Lot costs $ 10 per 24 hours, and Park Garage C will have 350 parking spaces for passengers. Once inside the station, passengers can purchase tickets from guest services or One of the many self service kiosks if they haven’t bought tickets in advance. You can also check baggage before walking through the touchless turnstiles into the security screening tunnel. Travelers will not be allowed to bring alcohol or weapons through the security checkpoint. However, alcoholic beverages can be purchased for consumption inside the station as well as on the train. The terminal at Orlando International Airport has many amenities, including: The Mary Mary Bar, which serves craft cocktails and snacks. Bar seating is located at the far end of the station with a panoramic view overlooking the train platforms where guests can watch the arrival and departure of trains. Above the Mare Mare bar is a message board which will provide updated train schedules and boarding times. Today’s news and other announcements MRKT PLACE is a pop-up shop selling last-minute gifts and refreshments Everyone will have access to free high-speed Wi-Fi Charging stations inside the station On the trains there are 87 TVs inside the station in Orlando There’s also a children’s play area Brightline offers two tiers of service, SMART, which is their first-class option, and PREMIUM, which is economy. Passengers who book a PREMIUM ticket can enjoy complimentary meals, snacks, and beverages, a dedicated first-class lounge, free checked bags, priority boarding, a dedicated coach, and SMART passengers can purchase drinks and food at an additional cost. Press conference in the player below:

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Brightline has officially unveiled its new terminal at Orlando International Airport.

The high-speed rail commuter company announced Thursday that tickets for trips outside of Orlando Station will go on sale in May, with one-way sales starting at $79 for their Smart Seats and $149 for their Premium Seats.

There will be packages available for families of four that will cost as little as $199 one way.

While tickets will go on sale next month, Brightline has not yet announced when service from Orlando will begin. However, they say the trains will be operational by the summer of 2023.

There will be 16 round trips per day with departures every hour between Miami and Orlando. One way from Orlando to their Miami station on their non-stop train would take three hours.

There will be other train options outside of Orlando that will stop in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Aventura.

Their weekday train schedule out of Orlando will include:

  • Southbound flights operate hourly from Orlando to Miami from 5:00 AM to 8:50 PM
  • The first southbound train from Orlando arrives in Miami at 8:30 am
  • Northbound flights from Miami to Orlando depart hourly from 6:50 AM to 9:45 PM
  • The first northbound train from Miami arrives in Orlando at 10:15 am

Their train schedule this weekend out of Orlando will include:

  • Southbound flights operate hourly from Orlando to Miami from 5:00 AM to 8:50 PM
  • The first southbound train from Orlando arrives in Miami at 8:30 am
  • Northbound flights from Miami to Orlando depart hourly from 5:45 AM to 9:45 PM
  • The first northbound train from Miami arrives in Orlando at 9:15 am
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The 37,350-square-foot terminal is located adjacent to Terminal C of Orlando International Airport and connects directly to Parking Garage C.

Once service out of Orlando begins, passengers will be able to park there or at the South Park Place Economy Lot, which disembarks passengers in Terminal C.

Parking Garage C is $19 per 24 hours and South Park Place Economy Lot is $10 per 24 hours.

Park Garage C will have 350 passenger parking spaces available.

Once inside the station, passengers can purchase tickets from guest services or one of the many self-service kiosks if they have not purchased tickets in advance. You can also check baggage before walking through the touchless turnstiles in the security screening tunnel.

Passengers will not be allowed to bring alcohol or weapons through the security checkpoint. However, alcohol can be purchased for consumption inside the station as well as on the train.

The terminal at Orlando International Airport has many amenities, including:

  • Mary Mary’s Bar serves handcrafted cocktails and light snacks. Bar seating is located at the far end of the station with a panoramic view overlooking the train platforms where guests can watch the arrival and departure of trains.
  • Above the Mary Mary bar is a message board providing updated train timetables, boarding times, news of the day, and other announcements
  • MRKT PLACE is a retail pop up store For last minute gifts and assorted refreshments
  • Everyone will have access to free, high-speed Wi-Fi and charging stations inside the station and on the trains
  • There are 87 televisions within the station in Orlando
  • There is also a children’s play area
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Brightline offers two classes of service, SMART, which they consider their first-class choice, and PREMIUM, which is considered economy.

Passengers who book a Premium ticket can enjoy complimentary meals, snacks, and beverages, a dedicated first-class lounge, free checked baggage, priority boarding, and a designated coach.

SMART travelers can purchase drinks and food at an additional cost.

Watch the full press conference in the player below:

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