Orlando International Airport
About the Airport
Statistics and location
Orlando International Airport (IATA: MCO) is one of the busiest in the United States and the world, with several domestic, international and intercontinental flights. It serves as a hub for Silver Airways, an operating base for JetBlue, Southwest Airlines and Spirit Airlines, as well as a focus city for Frontier Airlines.
During 2023, it carried 57.7 million passengers. It is located in the state of Florida, 10 km (6 miles) southeast of downtown Orlando. (SEE MAP)
Customer service: Tel +1 407 825 2001
Flight information: Tel +1 407 825 8463
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Orlando Airport has two terminal complexes:
- The North Terminal Complex is a large building divided into north and south sides, which make up Terminals A and B, respectively. Satellites 1-4 are accessible via an automated people mover (APM or Terminal Link). Between the two terminals, there are two security checkpoints to reach the west hall (satellites 1 and 3) and the east atrium (satellites 2 and 4).
- The South Terminal Complex, comprising Terminal C, which was opened in September 2022.
Services and facilities
The airport features free unlimited Wi-Fi access, financial services, charging stations for electronic devices, dedicated spaces for nursing mothers, meeting rooms, work spaces, prayer rooms, relief areas for service animals, fitness center and swimming pool at the Hyatt Regency hotel (located on-site), luggage services, tourist information and travel assistance. SEE MORE
Restaurants, cafes and shopping
There is a wide variety of dining options in both the North and South Terminal Complex buildings, with restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and bars in all terminals, as well as a wide variety of duty-free items, including clothing and fashion, cosmetics, electronics and phones, alcoholic beverages, sweets, and local stores. You can find 24-hour convenience stores with food, souvenirs, books and newspapers. SEE MORE
On-site and nearby hotels
The Hyatt Regency hotel is located between Terminals A and B, in the North Terminal Complex, and minutes away from attractive stores and restaurants. In addition, you can find a variety of hotels nearby, and most of them have shuttle services to and from the airport. In the following map, you can see the lodging options in the airport area.
Public and Private Transportation
Several public transportation providers serve Orlando airport, including local buses, hotel shuttles and vans, private and shared door-to-door shuttle services, cabs and ridesharing apps.
Local buses (LYNX)
They depart from level 1 of Terminal A, spaces A38-A41. Some of the destinations include: downtown Orlando, SeaWorld, Premium Outlets, SunRail Sand Lake Road Station. MORE INFORMATION
Cab and rideshare services
Licensed cab stands are located in the Ground Transportation Center, on level 1 of Terminals A and B (spaces A22-A25 and B30-B34, respectively), and on level 6 of Terminal C. Fares to downtown Orlando range from USD38.00-USD45.00 and to Disney Resorts is USD52.00-USD68.00. Vehicles from apps such as Uber, Lyft or Wingz pick up passengers curbside in the Arrivals area, on level 2 of Terminals A and B (level 3 between 9:00 pm and 2:00 am) and on level 6 of Terminal C. SEE MORE
Orlando has one of the largest car rental markets in the world, so, accordingly, the most important companies in the sector operate within the airport. SEE MORE
Around 44 airlines currently operate to and from Orlando MCO.
There are several VIP lounges distributed among all Orlando airport terminals.
The airport has several parking areas, according to different needs and situations. SEE MORE
Answers to the most frequently asked questions from passengers.