Orlando Melbourne International Airport Agrees to Change Name to Melbourne Orlando International Airport

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agreement settles dispute between Orlando International Airport and Melbourne Orlando International Airport

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), which governs and operates Orlando International Airport (MCO), and the Melbourne Airport Authority (MAA), which governs and operates Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB), have reached a resolution regarding GOAA’s concerns over MAA using the term “Orlando” in its airport’s name.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), which governs and operates Orlando International Airport (MCO), and the Melbourne Airport Authority (MAA), which governs and operates Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB), have reached a resolution regarding GOAA’s concerns over MAA using the term “Orlando” in its airport’s name.

In an effort to resolve the matter for the mutual benefit of all concerned and in the best interests of the traveling public, both parties have agreed on Melbourne Airport Authority changing all trademarks, branding, identifiers and signage of its airport from Orlando Melbourne International Airport to Melbourne Orlando International Airport.

The name change to Melbourne Orlando International Airport was legally agreed upon to everyone’s mutual satisfaction in a Consent and License Agreement.

“Both airports value regionalism and share a common goal of providing world class traveler experiences, and we look forward to a bright future as Melbourne Orlando International Airport, the coastal gateway to Central Florida.” said MLB Executive Director Greg Donovan, A.A.E.

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