Orlando MCO international airport
About the Airport
Statistics and location
Orlando MCO International Airport (IATA: MCO) is one of the busiest airports in the United States and the world, with several domestic, international and intercontinental flights. Orlando MCO 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 2022, 50.2 million passengers passed through it. It is located in Orlando, Florida, 6 miles (10 km) southeast of Downtown Orlando.(SEE MAP).
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Orlando Airport has two terminals complex:
One is called the North Terminal Complex, which is divided into two terminals, Terminal A and Terminal B, with satellites 1-4 accessible by automatic people movers (APM). Between the two terminals there are two security checkpoints to reach the West Concourse (satellites 1 and 3), and the East Atrium (satellites 2 and 4).
The other one, is called the South Terminal Complex, where Terminal C is located and was inaugurated in September 2022. LEARN MORE
Services and amenities
The airport has unlimited free Wi-Fi internet access, financial services, electronic device charging stations, exclusive spaces for nursing mothers, meeting rooms, spaces for working, chapel, Covid test centers, Service Animal Relief Areas, Fitness center and pool at the on-site Hyatt Regency Hotel, full luggage services, tourist information and travel assistance. LEARN MORE
Restaurants, cafes and shopping
It has a wide gastronomic variety in both, North and South terminal complex buildings, with restaurants, cafes, fast food stalls and bars in all terminals, as well as a wide variety of duty-free items, including clothing and fashion, cosmetics, electronics and telephones, alcoholic beverages, sweets, plus local stores. You can find 24-hour convenience stores with food, souvenirs, books and newspapers. LEARN MORE
Hotels on-site and nearby
The on-site Hyatt Regency Hotel is located inside of the North Terminal and within minutes of enticing shops and restaurants. Besides, you can find a wide 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 MCO, including local buses, Hotel shuttles and van services, door-to-door private and shared ride services, taxis and ride sharing.
Located in Terminal A, Level 1 (Ground Transportation): Commercial Lane spaces A38-A41. Some of the destinations include: Downtown Orlando, SeaWorld, Premium Outlets, Sand Lake Road SunRail Station, etc. LEARN MORE
Taxi Services and Rideshare
Licensed Taxi Stands are in the center of the Ground Transportation Curb (Level 1) at each terminal. Taxi fares to downtown Orlando ranges between U$D $38-$45 and to Disney Resorts Area $52-$68. On the other hand, Uber, Lyft and Wingz are available as well. Pick up zone: Terminals A & B, at the ends of the Arrivals curb (Level 2). Drop-Off: Terminal A & B, Level 3 (Departures curb). LEARN MORE
Orlando has one of the largest car rental markets in the world. And in this sense, within the Orlando International Airport operate the most important companies that exist in the market. LEARN MORE
List of Airlines operating to and from Orlando MCO, terminal location and contact info.
There are several lounges distributed among all Orlando MCO terminals (A and B (North complex) and C (South building)
Orlando International Airport has several parking areas, according to different needs and situations. LEARN MORE
Answers to Passengers Frequently Asked Questions