Published on : Friday, November 24, 2017
Orlando International Airport has the record breaking passengers which are expecting through the holiday weekend and for this reason the airport authorities are introducing a new piece of technology designed to improve the travel experience.
“Annie the Astronaut” was unveiled Wednesday by airport officials who said the 3D character will appear on video display walls to entertain and assist. Throughout the facility the passengers will see her giving information, whether it be what level the passengers on, which direction the passenger is directing in or walking into a different area.
More than 50 million, Americans are expected to travel during the Thanksgiving Day holiday, which a 3.3 percent increase from last year.
People could be spending about six dollars more for a tank of gas, but in the grand scheme of things, that’s really not enough to prevent people from taking a trip. To accommodate the holiday rush, a new tram and six-story parking garage has been put in place at MCO.
“There are about 1,600 additional parking spots in the south. For those still making travel plans, Google Maps recently released a study that showed the best day to leave is on Thanksgiving at 6 a.m. and the worst time is the day before at 4 p.m.