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  • International terminal
    Jan 28, 2015
    What terminal (s) are international. Brazil is destination


    There are no nonstop flights from Fort Lauderdale to Brazil. What airline are you flying?


    Sorry, I do see that Azul does fly from FLL to Campinas. If you are flying Azul to Campinas then you will depart from Terminal 3.


  • for your information
    Jan 11, 2015
    Mr Greco, The following press release will be sent all South Florida newspapers, Senior Centers, Citizen Groups and Vehicle for Hire companies. In fairness to you and your office We want to offer you the opportunity to clarify the below press release before is distribution. Thank You Press Release: 1/10/15 Fort Lauderdale Airport 's new rules put Seniors in Harm's Way On january 7th 2015 a 78 year old Florida Senior was verbally berated by an overzealous traffic attendant at Southwest terminal in Fort Lauderdale Airport. After being left curbside by her wheelchair attendant the senior was then told that her hired town car would have to pick her over 200 yards way to an area between terminal 1 and 2. By the time the elderly woman was picked up she was crying in pain from the far walk she had to make. This is the result of new draconian regulations at Fort Lauderdale Airport which will make travel much more problematic for our South Florida Senior Community. For South Florida's senior community this new action taken by Broward County transportation services will result in Senior citizens being forced to walk or be wheeled extremely far distances in order to receive curbside pick up at For Lauderdale Airport. Other options include: 1)Have their driver meet them inside, and after having to pay additional parking fees still have to navigate, escalators, elevators and long walkways to the parking area. 2)Use the FLL In House "go Shuttle" transportation service which is allowed curbside pick up in front of terminal, but charges elevated fees to their customers for this privilege. The assault on the Senior community is something that both drivers and passengers will not take lightly. Besides the obvious potential health and injury risks involved in making fragile seniors walk far distances for their curbside airport pick ups, many individuals feel that this also a way to force seniors and tourists to use the more expensive "Airport In house" shuttle service which are afforded the preferential treatment of curbside pick up in front of their arrivals area. As a result the "Concerned South Florida Seniors" CSFS is a group that will devoted to focusing attention to these draconian new rules at the airport that will inconvenience South Florida's senior citizen community. Through creating awareness in the media, press and through grass roots and social media movements the CSFS hopes that those responsible for the ridiculous and obstructive new rules effecting our Senior Community will do the intelligent thing and relax the regulations in order to make life easier for our community . Already with dozen's of drivers and passengers joining the conversation we hope that Chet Greco GM Transportation Service will see that making South Florida seniors bear the brunt of these regulations is dangerous to their well being and tarnishes FLL reputation as being a Senior friendly airport. Please feel free to contact Mr Greco 954 359-5522 or at to explain these rules that will effect your travel experience to South Flori


    This is not the FLL airport website. "Mr. Greco", whoever that is, won't see this.


  • Air Canada check in
    Oct 13, 2014
    What time does the Air Canada counter open for check-in at the Fort Lauderdale airport? I recall getting there once and there were no agents at the counter until a few hours before the flight (around noon). Would appreciate finding out if this is still the current case if anyone knows.


    Yes, most airlines who only have one or two flights a day only open their check-in counter a few hours before their first (or only) flight. They wouldn't have much to do otherwise!


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