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Orlando Sanford International Airport

IATA Code
SFB
ICAO Code
KSFB
Corporate Address
Sanford Airport Authority
1200 Red Cleveland Boulevard
Sanford, Florida 32773
407-585-4000
Website
http://www.orlandosanfordairport.com
City
Orlando
Country
United States of America
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving Orlando
Orlando Executive Airport
Orlando International Airport
Runways
1091m x 23m
2026m x 23m
1830m x 46m
3353m x 46m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Allegiant Air
Charter Air Transport
Interjet
Surinam Airways
Thomson Airways
TUI Airlines Belgium
TUI Airlines Netherlands

Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) is located within the boundaries of the City of Sanford, in the northwestern section of Seminole County, Florida, 18 miles northeast of Orlando. The Sanford Airport Authority is responsible for the operation, maintenance and development of the airport and its facilities. SFB benefits from a unique blend of local government and private investment that makes for a very customer focused airport. The Airport is operated through a public/private partnership between the Sanford Airport Authority and Airports Worldwide. Airports Worldwide has been contracted by the Sanford Airport Authority to manage both the international and domestic terminals, develop additional air service, and provide ground handling and cargo services. This public/private partnership has created service benefits for SFB airline customers and passengers.

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Interjet moves forward in strengthening its transborder position. Politics spurs market uncertainty

25-Mar-2017 7:55 PM

Mexico’s third largest airline, Interjet, recorded a surge in international passengers during 2016, reflecting the company’s desire to capitalise on a loosened bilateral agreement between the US and Mexico that eliminated restrictions on certain routes between the two countries. Interjet added several new routes to the US in 2016, upping competition with its Mexican rivals and the US airlines.

Based on Interjet’s aircraft delivery schedule and forward looking data, the airline’s capacity is set to grow at a healthy pace in 2017 as it absorbs new route launches from 2016 and expands its fleet. The airline logged 18.3% capacity growth in 2016.

Interjet is undertaking a significant US expansion as changing political tides are creating uncertainty about future travel patterns between Mexico and the US. Interjet asserts that business travel demand on its largest international route – Mexico City to New York JFK – remains robust, and the airline is expanding frequencies on the route.

But Mexico-US relations remain fragile in the light of uneasiness about changing trade pacts, and the heightened rhetoric over construction of a border wall between the two countries that was a hallmark of (now) President’s Trump campaign.

Mexican airlines: growing US protectionism creates a cloud of uncertainty over 2017

12-Jan-2017 9:13 PM

Mexican Airlines are starting 2017 under a cloud of uncertainty driven by the country’s slower economic growth and the increasing rhetoric by president-elect Donald Trump against US companies planning to sustain or expand their operations in that country. The US auto manufacturer Ford recently back-pedalled on plans to construct a new plant in Mexico, and GM has also drawn ire from the president-elect over its Mexican operations.

The threat of dissolving trade pacts, and Mr Trump’s general anti-immigration stance, sent the MXP plummeting after the US Presidential election, and the latest round of threats of taxation on automobiles manufactured outside the United States has put additional pressure on Mexico’s currency, which has been weaker during the last year and that has created pressure for Mexican airlines. However, for now, Mexico’s air passengers continue to grow at a steady rate. The country’s domestic airlines charted approximately 12% growth in passengers from Jan-2016 to Nov-2016, and international passengers among those airlines for the same time period strengthened by 11%.

Predicting whether those levels of growth will continue in 2017 is a challenge, given the level of uncertainty the US election has created for Mexico, along with internal strife the country is dealing with – including growing inflation and discontent over rising fuel prices.

Allegiant Air faces new competition from US ULCCs as fleet and labour deals drive some cost creep

20-Aug-2016 10:11 PM

Niche US ULCC Allegiant Air should be embarking on a period of greater stability after reaching an agreement with its pilots and completing a safety review with the US FAA. The airline also recently placed its first order for new aircraft with Airbus, which will help to accelerate the retirement of its ageing MD-80s that are creating reliability challenges for Allegiant.

Although the pilot agreement and aircraft deal will drive long term benefits for Allegiant, the airline faces some cost pressure going forward from increased labour expense and inefficiencies in operating more than one fleet type. As it braces for some cost inflation, Allegiant is also facing increased competitive overlap with fellow ULCCs Frontier and Spirit, which reflects subtle changing dynamics in the US domestic market.

For the moment, the overlap between Allegiant and other ULCCs remains small. But the likelihood of increasing competition is strong as the opportunities in medium sized markets created by consolidation among the US’ largest airlines continue to grow.

Spirit Airlines feels sting of Southwest’s discounting. First signs emerge of changing network mix

6-Aug-2016 11:59 PM

Efforts by Spirit Airlines to create some pricing traction in the US domestic market during the early high travel season during 2Q2016 have been foiled, largely by Southwest Airlines. The result was continued weakening of yields for the airline, a metric that has been a mainstay for Spirit during the last couple of years. The airline’s double-digit yield decline slightly worsened from 1Q2016 to 2Q2016.

Spirit is forecasting some improvement in the US revenue environment in 3Q2016 as the airline starts to lap the onset of pricing dilution in the US market that started in mid-2015, and as its own capacity slows in comparison with 2Q2016.

The airline is also making network moves in late 2016 to reflect its new strategy of adding mid-size markets that are less competitive. Spirit is making a push from a new market – Akron-Canton – and is also expanding from Orlando. At the same time, Spirit is exiting markets featuring a mix of low and high levels of competition as it works to change the structure of its network, now that larger airlines are more wilful in matching the ULCC’s fares.

Mexico-US transborder airline market Part 1: Interjet and Volaris capitalise on new US opportunities

23-Jul-2016 11:21 AM

Mexican low cost airlines Volaris and Interjet are engaged in a significant transborder push in 2016. Combined, the airlines will launch a dozen routes to the US as an upcoming new bilateral lifts restrictions on the number of airlines operating routes between the US and Mexico. With many countries in Latin and Central America experiencing economic weakness, the US is a safer bet for expansion in the near term.

Volaris and Interjet target different passenger segments, and the airlines have little overlap on the new flights that they are launching to the US. Volaris cites numerous route opportunities in the US transborder market, and has grown rapidly in that space during the past several years. Interjet has grown more slowly but has quickly broadened its US reach in 2016, entering some markets that already have ample service.

Although US airlines still dominate the transborder market Mexican airlines are working to chip away at the sizeable gap between them, growing their international passenger numbers 10% year-on-year for the first five months of 2016.

(This is Part 1 of two reports examining the Mexico-US transborder market. Part 2 will focus on the proposed joint venture between Aeromexico and Delta).

Allegiant Air weathers the prickly dynamics of a low fuel environment. Expects steady growth ahead

8-May-2016 10:27 PM

Although Allegiant Air has tweaked its unique business model during the last couple of years to capitalise on vacancies in medium-sized markets, opportunities remain for the airline in the more typical small markets that it links to its large leisure destinations. Its growth strategy is to operate a mix of those smaller routes and continue to add medium-sized markets when the opportunity arises.

The company may find increasing competition from US ULCCs that contemplate entering larger markets, but Allegiant believes that it can continue to grow in markets that Spirit and Frontier do not find attractive, and also that it has other structural advantages over those airlines.  

Allegiant has not escaped the unit revenue pressure plaguing US airlines, but similarly to those airlines the company believes that it can achieve improvement in that metric during 2016. As it has previously noted, some of the revenue weakness is driven by Allegiant’s own growth which, the company stresses, is earnings accretive.

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