You Might Be Flying into Orlando Airport When You Come to Phoenix East
Saturday, February 07, 2009
If you decide to train at Phoenix East Aviaton, when you arrive, you may fly into the Orlando, Florida, airport. It's about one hour away from Daytona Beach; you can easily take a shuttle bus from the airport in Orlando to Phoenix East Aviation. Orlando is a beautiful airport and the 10th largest airport in the US. According to OAG magazine, most planes land from Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Newark (New Jersey), Detroit (Michigan) and New York. Atlanta (Georgia) is a major hub and a source of "indirect" traffic to Orlando.
What US airlines fly into Orlando and how many weekly departures are as follows: Atlanta - AirTran with 83 and Delta with 105 departures. Philadelphia - AirTran with 28, Southwest with 46 and US Airways with 55. New York Newark Airport - Continental with 70 and jetBlue with 33. New York JKF Airport - American with 7, Delta with 29 and jetBlue with 70. Detroit - AirTran with 14, Northwest with 49, Southwest with 7 and Spirit with 14 weekly departures.
Getting excited about coming to Phoenix East? We'd love to train you for a successful airline career. Phoenix East has been training pilot candidates for airlines worldwide since 1972. You could be the next one. Call PEA from anywhere in the world at 1-386-258-0703 or contact an admissions officer through www.pea.com.
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