Sanford, Fla., July 12 – Orlando Sanford International, Inc., (OSI) announced today that JMC Airlines has signed a seven-year agreement for terminal use and ground handling by OSI at Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). JMC is the third British airline in the past 12 months to sign a long-term agreement with OSI. Air 2000 and Airtours International Airways, both signed similar agreements in October of last year. Larry Dale, Mayor of Sanford, stated, “This agreement is very significant because it provides the airport with a very strong business base and positions us for future development.”
The new JMC identity, born out of the integration of Caledonian Airways and Flying Colours Airlines, was unveiled in September of last year and the Airline officially began service March 2000. Larry Gouldthorpe, President of OSI, commented, “We are delighted to solidify our relationship with JMC Airlines, and welcome back the former Caledonian Airways operation to the Orlando Sanford International Airport. We look forward to supporting JMC’s growth and continuing to develop our facility to meet their changing needs.”
Orlando Sanford International Airport is one of the busiest International airports in the nation and is an alternative “Gateway to the Sun” for Central Florida’s large visitor market. It features unique time saving features as well as some of the lowest operating costs in the industry.