The name of Disney’s Epcot stands for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow.
The acronym was coined by Walt Disney as part of his plans for a new self-contained community, a model urban utopia that would be both a company town and visitor attraction showcasing innovative technologies to improve the quality of urban life.
His death in 1966 meant that the concept never became a reality, but in 1982, The Walt Disney Company opened the Epcot Center theme park on the Walt Disney World resort complex near Orlando, Florida, inspired by Walt’s original vision.
At Orlando International Airport, Terminal A and Terminal B are simply opposite sides of the same Main Terminal building, which is only 525 feet across. Also called A-Side and B-Side, crossing from one side to the other can be done on Level 3 (Departures Level). Orlando International Airport departure terminals are shown below. In case of terminal changes, contacting the airline to confirm before travel is advisable.
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