Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority and opened its doors in 1971. MCO is the busiest airport in the state and the tenth busiest airport in the United States, helping over 45 million passengers travel around the world in 2021 alone.

Desktop, mobile and tablet with Orlando International Airport website using the Recite Me assistive toolbar
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Our Brief

The importance of online accessibility is greater than ever for travel organizations. Passengers with disabilities spend over 17.3 billion dollars a year on travel. Effective online communication is critical to be able to provide people with the information they need barrier-free.

To be able to provide personalized assistance online, Orlando International Airport needed to be able to offer accessibility and language support.

Our Solution

Orlando International Airport has installed Recite Me assistive technology across its website to enable everyone to access vital travel information barrier-free.

The Recite Me assistive toolbar is accessed by the “Accessibility” button at the top of the Orlando International Airport website which provides a wide range of accessibility and language tools including text-to-speech functionality, fully customizable styling features, reading aids, and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 65 texts-to-speech voices and many other features.

Laptop with Orlando International Airport website using the Recite Me assistive toolbar
Orlando International Airport Logo
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Laptop with Orlando International Airport website using the Recite Me assistive toolbar
Mobiles with Orlando International Airport website using the Recite Me assistive toolbar
Tablet with Orlando International Airport website using the Recite Me assistive toolbar

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