MCO Connections

 

Welcome to the new MCOcares.com, brought to you by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority’s Customer Service Department. We hope that this will be your one stop shop for everything an airport employee may need. In addition to employee resources, employment opportunities and employee discounts, you will also find the latest happenings in our community here on our MCO Connections page. Things are always changing, so check back often!

MCO to Resume Operations After Hurricane Dorian

Orlando International Airport (MCO) will resume commercial operations at noon today. The early-morning decision was made after airport management consulted the National Weather Service (NWS) about prospective wind and weather conditions. Noon was determined to be the...

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Revised 9/4/19- MCO Hurricane Dorian Update

Updated on 09/04/19: Orlando International Airport (MCO) will resume commercial operations at noon today. The early-morning decision was made after airport management consulted the National Weather Service (NWS) about prospective wind and weather conditions. Noon was...

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Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Preparedness

With the threat of severe weather approaching, we wanted to take a moment to encourage all of our airport employees to prepare both at work and at home. We have put together a few links with valuable information from federal and local agencies. For airport specific...

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You are invited to our Liberty Weekend Celebration!

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority invites all veterans and airport employees  to attend this year’s Liberty Weekend Celebration and Concert on Saturday, June 29th. The annual event celebrates America’s freedom and those who served to protect it. Please see the...

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National Safety Month – Week 4: Impairment

National Safety Month – Week 4: Impairment

Got a new prescription with potential side effects? If it makes you feel different, you could be impaired. Legal or illegal. One drink or two. No level of impairment is safe for the road or the workplace. Can you spot the signs of an overdose? When the time comes, you...

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National Safety Month – Week 3: Fatigue

National Safety Month – Week 3: Fatigue

When was the last time you actually got 7-9 hours of sleep? Missing out on rest can put you at risk for fatigue. Chronic sleep deprivation can cause depression, obesity and heart disease. Fatigue is more than just being tired. Being fatigued doesn’t mean you’re...

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National Safety Month – WK 2: Slips, Trips and Falls

National Safety Month – WK 2: Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls are the third leading cause of workplace death. See below for the National Safety Council's Slips, Trips and Falls Tip Sheet. Follow this link for a short video on distracted walking. Yep, that is a thing and it is more dangerous than you think....

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National Safety Month – WK 1: Hazard Recognition

National Safety Month – WK 1: Hazard Recognition

The hazards you miss put you at risk. Learn to ‘see’ hazards and help prevent injuries this National Safety Month. See below for the National Safety Council's Hazard Tip sheet. Get additional free materials at nsc.org/nsm #NSM...

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Catholic Mass at MCO

This is an update to inform airport employees that Catholic mass will now be held every Sunday at 8:15 am and 12:00 pm in the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport. The service is 25 minutes in length. The interfaith chapel just beyond the west check point and...

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