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The Concessions Department of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (the "Authority") is responsible for awarding all concessions and consumer service privileges in the Terminal Complex of the Orlando International Airport. The Terminal Complex consists of approximately 150,000 square feet (14,000 sq. m) of Food & Beverage, Retail, and Service space. It is the goal of the Authority to provide the traveling public with a first-class shopping and dining experience as they travel through the Orlando International Airport.
In partnership with our Master Retail Developer, Westfield Concession Management II LLC, the Authority has launched a pilot program to bring new retail opportunities to the airport through retail mobile units (RMU's). RMU's provide an excellent venue through which small businesses can participate in the airport business community.
None at present.
Available through Onvia DemandStar (see below), or through the Authority's Concessions department.
Note: Dates are subject to change
The Authority awards concessions through a competitive procurement process, which involves Requests for Proposals or Competitive Bids. On very rare occasions, direct negotiations may take place for unique services.
Requests for Proposals
An award based on the evaluation of each proposal with respect to specific selection criteria deemed appropriate for the available concession or consumer service privilege.
Award based on the highest dollar bid.
All opportunities are advertised in the “Legal” section of the Orlando Sentinel, and other Orlando-based publications, as well as on Onvia DemandStar. Additionally opportunities may be advertised on aviation-related web sites such as AAAE, ACI and AMAC, or in aviation-related written publications.
We will use the Authority's web site (www.OrlandoAirports.net) to dispense as much information as possible about upcoming concessions opportunities. While we will endeavor to provide the most up-to-date information, interested parties are cautioned not to rely on this information alone, and should continue to consult the venues cited above for the most current information.
The Authority uses Onvia DemandStar to inform interested parties of concessions opportunities at Orlando International Airport. Interested parties register with Onvia DemandStar and complete a company profile, which defines their expertise and specifies the types of opportunities in which they are interested. Subsequently, Onvia DemandStar notifies them when the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority has an opportunity that matches their business. You may register with Onvia DemandStar or provide your contact information to the Concessions Department as indicated below and we will add you to our distribution. To find out more about Onvia DemandStar please click on the following link:
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is a strong supporter of programs that advocate the inclusion of women, minorities and small businesses in airport contracting. The Authority has adopted programs in support of this position and in accordance with federal regulations, 49 CFR Part 23, has established a goal for participation in its concessions program for Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (ACDBEs). If you are interested in opportunities at Orlando International Airport as an ACDBE prime or ACDBE sub-concessionaire, it is advisable that you establish early contact with the Small Business Development department. To find out more about the Authority’s Small Business Development Programs, please click on the following link: Small Business Development
more information, please contact the Concessions Department at 407-825-3153
or by emailing
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