Images of the train station where Brightline will operate in Orlando – NBC Orlando (31)

ORLANDO, Florida. – Brightline posted a video of what the future station, located at Orlando International Airport, will look like.

The station has three floors and invites passengers to begin their journey at the main entrance, located in front of the airport’s expansive two-story glass atrium.

Once inside the station, passengers can purchase tickets through kiosks or self-service stations and check luggage before proceeding to the security check area.

It will also provide up-to-date train schedules, boarding times, news of the day and other announcements complete with the flip-flap sound reminiscent of early passenger train stations in the United States.

Passengers will access the trains via escalators or elevators to the first level platform and board from one of two new tracks.

These platforms are 1,000 feet long and will house a train with four cars and two locomotives that will transport visitors on the route from Orlando to Miami in just over three hours.

Throughout the resort, all guests will have access to free high-speed Wi-Fi, charging stations at every seat, 87 big-screen TVs, and a children’s play area located in the SMART lounge, one of two types of service they offer. .

Brightline’s PREMIUM service will provide complimentary beverages and snacks in an exclusive lounge and train carriage.

The 37,350-square-foot station is located at the heart of the new 80,000-square-foot Terminal C at the MCO and connects directly to the airport’s parking deck C, which will have more than 350 reserved parking spaces for guests. of Brightline.

A shuttle connects the terminal to the rest of the airport facilities, including Terminals A and B, in less than five minutes.

Brightline has plans to build a new line to connect the cities of Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach with Orlando.

Service connecting South Florida to Central Florida is expected to open in 2023.

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