365Tickets USA has partnered with ICON Orlando to market a new Fly & Dine option on the Central Florida observation wheel.
The global online ticket provider will offer the package to many thousands of potential customers on its website. Fly & Dine comprises a ‘flight’ aboard the 400-feet attraction on Orlando’s International Drive together with a choice of dining options at seven restaurants at the surrounding ICON Orlando 360 destination. Participating outlets include Tapa Toro Spanish Restaurant, Tin Roof Orlando, Sugar Factory Orlando and UNO Pizzeria & Grill, plus others.
“The popularity of attractions with great views continues to grow,” notes Dino Cappello, president of 365Tickets USA. “ICON Orlando is enhancing the experience with this new dining option. Since we are primarily a family vacation planning site, this is a great addition for families.”
Formerly known as the Orlando Eye, the ICON Orlando opened in April 2015. As the largest observation wheel on the East Coast of the United States, the Intamin-built structure towers above the horizon and is visible for miles. Passengers can enjoy views of downtown Orlando, several local theme parks and the Central Florida landscape.
365 Tickets USA currently offers tickets to over 2,000 attractions, including museums, theme parks, sightseeing tours and more – from the Empire State Building to Legoland Florida. The company has offices in 14 countries and focuses on offering a streamlined, online ticketing experience in the local language and currency.