When passengers travel with RedCoach, Inc., they can watch DVDs on overhead monitors, pull down a tray table to work on their laptop, or recline their seat to take a snooze. Free WiFi permeates the cabin, which is split into first-class and business-class seating. Both designations are equipped with premium leather chairs, but first-class passengers also enjoy luxuries such as power outlets and lap desks. Each passenger is allowed to transport one free carry-on as well as two bags up to 50 pounds free of charge. RedCoach travels to major Florida cities such as Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Gainesville, Orlando, and West Palm Beach, dropping passengers off at local hotels, airports, and universities.
Park Bark & Fly's car sanctuary allows pre-flight drivers to kiss their steel steeds goodbye just an aerodynamic stone's throw from the airport. Park your buggy in their safe, spacious, uncovered lot, and after you lock up and pocket your keys, the friendly and professional car watchers will shuttle you directly to your check-in terminal—any time of any day. The tender attendants at Park Bark & Fly will assist you with your unwieldy sousaphone and brick-filled suitcase before and after your shuttle ride to ensure a hassle-free day. An established limit of up to 10 Groupons for today's deal equates to 10 days of car nannying, a safer alternative to overpriced auto babysitters that guzzle your last bottles of motor oil and invite seedy mechanics to the garage for overnight necking.
Park EZ Fly's valets stow vehicles in a safe, secure monitored lot as auto owners take to the skies, and can perform car-care and pet-boarding services as well. Free shuttle services every 15 minutes ferry drivers between the lot and nearby Orlando International Airport. Attentive pet-sitters care for fur-lined friends through the duration of their owners' trips, ensuring that they will not answer the phone with crude impersonations of their absent owners. A deep-clean detailing service brushes away interior and exterior detritus on patiently waiting autos, performing a thorough hand wash and waxing of the car's exoskeleton, dressing its tires in their Sunday best, and wiping clean its interior. Pets must be healthy, vaccinated, and unable to unlock doors with their prehensile tongues.
With outposts at most major U.S. airports, Payless Airport Parking provides safe, secure parking with the convenience of prepaid reservations and round-trip shuttle service. Parking attendants remain on hand to greet customers at their reserved arrival times before helping them with their bags, directing them to their spots, and making sure cars have enough food and water to last for the duration of their stays. Each affiliate lot is located no more than a short drive from the terminal, and reserved spaces ensure customers arrive at their departure gates in plenty of time. Well-lit properties and around-the-clock security lend travelers peace of mind, as they deter coyotes from attacking weaker-looking hatchbacks.
Florida Magical Tours & Transportation's professional drivers chauffeur clients all over Central Florida in stylish vehicles. The fleet consists of Lincoln Town Cars, Cadillac Escalade ESVs, Lincoln Limousines, and Ford Vans—the largest of the fleet—which carry up to 10 passengers. Each vehicle has plenty of luggage space and complimentary booster and car seats for babies, children, or fragile dolls. The drivers' most popular routes are to local airports, Disney World, and Universal Studios, as well as to events, including weddings and proms.
With more than a dozen antique aircrafts on display, Kissimmee Air Museum chronicles the rich aviation history of Florida and the nation. While planes fly overhead, flight fans can flock to the northwest corner of Kissimmee Gateway Airport to ingest the on-site museum's incredible inventory of vintage fighters, educational exhibits, and any snacks hiding in their pockets. Current exhibit Air Power and Pearl Harbor traces the rise of air power before the famed 1941 attack, showcasing exclusive bird's-eye-view photographs taken by a Japanese bomber pilot. Visitors donning homemade bulletproof vests repurposed from homemade muscleman costumes can confidently peruse the museum's formidable World War II rifle collection, as well as its wide array of German Luftwaffe artifacts, including test equipment and literature.