Orlando Airport (MCO) Terminals

The airport consists of three terminals: A and B in one building (North Terminal) where passengers can use the elevators and escalators to minimize walking distances (they are a 3 minute walk). The APM (Automated People Mover) is an automatic train that transports passengers between the North Terminal, Gate Areas and Terminal C (South Terminal) in 5 minutes.

Terminal A

Terminal A MCO

Terminal A is located in the northern part of the North Terminal complex and has three levels:

Level 1

Ground transportation, including cabs, buses, the apps such as Uber or Lyft (from 9:00pm - 2am), car rental, packing and baggage claim services (8A).

The USO Lounge is located on this level.

Level 2

Baggage claim with belts 1-16.

Pick-up point for transportation apps (Uber, Lyft, Wingz).

Level 3

Check-in level.

This level is divided between check-in counters A1 to A4 and boarding gates (1 to 129).

Downstairs you will find catering services.

You will also find services such as currency exchange, information desks, telephones, toilets, bars and restaurants, baby care rooms, VIP lounges, among others.

There are separate security checkpoints for the two different sections of boarding gates.

To access the parking lots, you can go through Passenger Side A.

Terminal B

Terminal B MCO

Terminal B is located in the southern part of the North Terminal complex and has three levels:

Level 1

Ground transportation, including cabs, buses, transfers to Resorts, the apps such as Uber, Wingz or Lyft (from 9:00pm - 2am), car rentals.

Luggage services: packing and stowage, and baggage claim (28B).

Level 2

Luggage pick-up with belts 20-32.

Pickup point for transportation apps (Uber, Lyft, Wingz).

TSA PreCheck enrollment center

Pet sitting area.

Mother and child capsule (near baggage claim 24).

Level 3

Check-in level.

This level is divided between check-in counters B1 to B4 and boarding gates (1 to 99).

Down the stairs you will find catering services.

You will also find services such as currency exchange, information desks, telephones, toilets, bars and restaurants, baby care rooms, VIP lounges, among others.

There are separate security checkpoints for the two different sections of boarding gates.

To access the parking lots, you can go through Passenger Side B.

Terminal C

Terminal C MCO

Terminal C is located in the new South Terminal complex.

Phase 1 of Terminal C will open in the second half of 2022, with 19 gates (230 to 249) with the capacity to accommodate up to 20 aircraft, depending on the mix of narrowbody, jumbo and superjumbo aircraft, and an additional 10 to 12 million passengers annually.

The Palm Court building houses several stores, duty free, restaurants and cafes. In turn, the South Travel Plaza houses convenience stores and fast food restaurants.

Innovative technological and customer convenience features at Terminal C include:

Carry-on baggage handling system with radio frequency identification (RFID) technology for efficient tracking and expedited delivery of checked baggage.

Early Bag Storage robotic system with capacity for 1800 bags: MCO is the only airport in the world to implement the complete system

Virtual ramp control system for airline aircraft operations

Large-scale interactive digital media displays will provide immersive, high-definition visual experiences.

Designed as the first LEEDv4 airport campus in the world.