The Orange County Convention Center’s (OCCC) vison is for Orange County to have the healthiest and most robust economy in the nation. We pride ourselves in being the Heart of International Drive and maintaining our standing as a center for excellence with our customer-service focused, relationship-driven and innovative business approach.
The OCCC remains committed to moving forward from the pandemic and finding new ways to continue Meeting Safely Today for a Stronger Tomorrow. Our customer’s ongoing trust and confidence in the Center has allowed us to generate jobs and foster economic impact for the entire Orlando community.
Continuing to host safe, modified events at the OCCC further allows the Center to be a leader in the county’s recovery and supporting the community’s public safety response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Serving as a local and regional health care hub, the Center is able to serve thousands of residents daily who are being tested and vaccinated against the coronavirus at the Convention Center.
We are proud to be able an essential community partner and offer the immeasurable resources our ample campus provides. This regional team effort will continue to be a pillar in the region’s recovery. As always, we appreciate your trust and look forward to welcoming you back to The Center of Hospitality in the near future.
The Executive Team
Orange County Convention Center
OCCC General Parking Price Update
The Orange County Convention Center will increase general parking rates from $17 to $20 per vehicle, per day. In accordance with market prices in comparable facilities and venues, the rates will increase for visitors beginning Aug. 1, 2021.
VISIT FLORIDA's Event Insurance
To address and minimize the risk associated with having an event disrupted by a hurricane, VISIT FLORIDA has developed Cover Your Event Insurance. This unique tool has been very successful over the past several years. The organization insures well over 100 meetings per year with an approximate economic impact of over $30 million per year. This free program offers coverage that will reimburse a meeting in the unlikely event of a cancellation due to a named hurricane during August, September, October and November 2021. Learn more about the event insurance program here.
Orlando International Airport Update
Air service continues to rebound at the Orlando International Airport (MOC). Between February and March, 30 flights are scheduled to launch or resume service, including 22 domestic flights to 22 destinations, and 8 international flights to 6 destinations. Four new destinations are also being added to MCO's route map to Greenville/Spartanburg, SC; Honolulu, HI; Port au Prince, Haiti; and Wilmington, DE. Additionally, the AdventHealth Centra Care COVID-19 Testing Clinic located at the west end of the Main Terminal is open five days a week for travelers or residents seeking Rapid Antigen tests.