Air General Traveler Services To Begin Concierge Service in Orlando, FL

Fish eye view of waterway and building in Orlando, FL

For the past 10 years, Air General Traveler Services has provided bespoke concierge services to travelers at airports and train stations around the USA. We look after anyone who requires assistance to navigate the process of departing, arriving or transiting on a plane or train, and this includes all the bells and whistles – providing ground transportation, lounge access, a place to hold a meeting, shopping and even meeting passengers prior to making their way to the airport or escorting them to rental car facilities — we do it all! We typically look after families with young children, celebrities, dignitaries, anyone with a disability or who simply wants to be escorted to eliminate the anxiety of modern travel!

We plan to begin service in MCO on February 1, 2024.  You can call us at 844-377-9674, email us or use our online booking tool to reserve your Greeter in advance. Let our award-winning Greeters help make your next personal or business travel a breeze!

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A Big Apple Welcome 

March 3, 2020

Air General Traveler, the ground concierge Meet & Greet program we started six years ago, has launched its newest location – at New York’s LaGuardia Airport, Terminal B. The terminal currently serves Air Canada, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines and offers four lounges. The airport – including Terminal B – is undergoing a multi billion dollar redevelopment project. The new Terminal B, managed by LaGuardia Gateway Partners on behalf of The Port Authority of NY & NJ, is opening in phases with the main new departure terminal to open by May 2020; it will offer more retail, food and beverage and amenities. Travelers will walk above the aircraft using dual pedestrian bridges which connect the main part of the terminal to two island concourses. The bridges offer views of the Manhattan skyline.

LaGuardia Airport began as a publicity stunt in 1934. Then New York Mayor Fiorello La Guardia refused to deplane from a TWA flight from Pittsburgh to Newark, declaring that his ticket showed his destination as New York.  The press conference that followed, along with reporters onboard the plane, confirmed the time had come for a new, modern facility closer to Manhattan. In 1939 the airport opened as the New York Municipal Airport – LaGuardia Field, and in 1953 the name was officially shortened to LaGuardia Airport. The redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport involves transforming the airport into a unified airport with new terminals, an improved roadway system, new parking infrastructure and more. It is one of the most significant airport redevelopment projects in the United States in more than 20 years. In 2015, more than 28 million passengers used LaGuardia Airport, making it the premier business airport in the business capital of the U.S., the busiest airport in the country without non-stop service to Europe. LaGuardia Airport is a short drive into Manhattan and an easy commute to Long Island.