Free remote web get-to is accessible all through the air terminal. The SSID = MLB.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport follows all U.S. Branch of Transportation rules identified with travelers going with administration animals. An assigned pet-alleviation territory is situated outside on the east side of the fundamental terminal. Check legitimately with your aircraft for rules in regards to pets.
Contact Lost and Found at 321.409.2045 or LostandFound@MLBair.com for things lost at the air terminal. For things left on the plane, contact the aircraft legitimately.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport is home to Lucky's Craft Food and Drink, and Lucky's Bar, both worked gladly by Metz Culinary Management.
Lucky’s Craft Food & Drink is situated in the MLB Terminal previously and neighboring the security checkpoint. It is open every day from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. (or on the other hand until the last planned business flight withdraws). Appreciate a hearty menu with traveler top choices to incorporate Maui Joe's Fish Tacos, Chicken Sliders, "Brevard's Best Burger", and new cut French fries. A collection of books, magazines, travel bites and drinks, and Florida-themed gifts are likewise accessible.
Lucky's Bar is situated in the Concourse past the security checkpoint. It is open day by day from 5 a.m. until the last booked business flight withdraws. The full Lucky's menu is accessible at the bar. A combination of books, magazines, travel tidbits, and drinks are likewise accessible. Try to visit the MLB Tiki Hut situated in the focal point of the entryway concourse.
Hot Dunkin' Donuts espresso and new doughnuts are presently accessible in the concourse alongside Gate 3.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport has its own nearby police office staffed by Florida-affirmed law implementation officials. Driven by Chief Purden, the air terminal police division works intimately with the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to guarantee open wellbeing.
Works by nearby craftsmen are displayed all through Orlando Melbourne International Airport. Through the Brevard Cultural Alliance, the air terminal every now and again has presentations running from contemporary figures to customary artistic creations. Past shows incorporate the NASA Art Collection, Ten Women in Art, and an enormous model establishment. For a timetable of forthcoming Arts in Public Places shows, visit www.artsbrevard.org.
Captivating shows describe the historical backdrop of Orlando Melbourne International Airport, including its manifestation as Naval Air Station Melbourne during World War II. The 1000 square-foot gallery highlights neighborhood accomplishments and creations in aviation, including a reestablished Link Flight Trainer used to prepare in excess of 500,000 pilots during World War II, and a drag-chute entryway and real warmth safe tiles from NASA's Space Shuttle program.
The historical center additionally incorporates shows from Florida Institute of Technology, Northrop Grumman, Harris Corp, NASA, the 45th Space Wing – Patrick Air Force Base, the Liberty Bell Museum, and the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.
Situated in the chamber opposite the Lucky's Craft Food and Drink, the Airport Museum is free and open to the open day by day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.