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GETTING TO ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the gateway to the magic of Central Florida. As this region has established itself as the venerable theme park capital of the world, its airport has had to expand to handle the increase in passenger traffic. MCO is now the busiest airport in the state of Florida. Not only is MCO the hub of Silver Airways, but it also serves as a focus city for Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and JetBlue.
MCO is located less than ten miles southeast of downtown Orlando. The airport can be accessed at the junction of SR 436 (Semoran Boulevard) and SR 528 (the Bee Line/Beach Line Expressway) as well as Interstate 4. Because of the region's heavy emphasis on tourism, the airport is served by a host of shuttles and limo and town car services, making it easy to find a transportation option. If you are staying onsite at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, the Magical Express provides complimentary transport to its guests. A taxi to the Disney area will run you about $60 while a ride to the downtown or International Drive area will cost about $40. You can expect to pay slightly more for a private town car or limo.
Rideshare services can drop passengers on the departures curb located on level three. Pickup for rideshare passengers is located on the arrivals curb on level two.
SunRail riders can travel to Orlando International Airport through the bus link to the Sand Lake Road SunRail station. The local bus service can be accessed on the A-side of the terminal at the ground transportation level. There is also an Amtrak station located about 12 miles from MCO. To get to and from the train station from MCO, take the Lynx bus 11 to Orange Avenue and Columbia Street, located about 1/2 mile from the station.
PARKING AT ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
MCO offers a variety of onsite parking lots, suitable for a myriad of short term and long term needs. Both the North Park Place and South Park Place lots offer economy parking at $10 per day. The closer parking in garages A, B, and C will run travelers between $17-19 per day. The Terminal Top Parking is available at a daily rate of $19. Discerning travelers can also choose the available valet parking for an additional cost.
If you are looking to save money on Orlando International Airport long term parking while still enjoying a convenient experience, be sure to check out our various cheap partner lots. These lots are a great idea when you need to leave your vehicle for lengthy periods of time and do not want to break the bank with MCO's onsite lots. The useful search function will assist you in finding the best parking deals for your Orlando International Airport parking needs. All of these MCO parking lots offer convenient shuttle service to and from the terminal while providing a secure place to leave your vehicle on your travels. MCO parking is easy to understand and reserve when you using this invaluable service. If you are still having trouble finding the best parking deals at Orlando International Airport, be sure to read the online customer reviews of any of our partner lots for more feedback and insight.
GETTING AROUND INSIDE ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
Orlando International Airport is laid out as a hub-and-spoke design with a spacious main terminal building and four airside concourses. These concourse buildings are accessible via elevated people movers. The Orlando MCO Airport app is available to download, helping passengers navigate the airport and locate essential services.
A host of shopping and entertainment options that honor the city's theme park magic make hanging out in MCO a good time. Disney, Universal, Seaworld, and NASA’s Johnson Space Center all operate retail shops in the airport. Pick up the perfect souvenir or gift at any of these themed stores. You will also find all of the standard travel convenience shops and a variety of boutique and specialty retail destinations. Some of the most popular restaurant options at MCO include the island-inspired Bahama Breeze, the farm to table Cask & Larder, and the Zaza Cuban cafe and coffee house.
In addition to the various shopping and dining options, Orlando International Airport also enhances the travel experience with services such as pet relief areas, nursing rooms, and luggage storage. Like many modern airports, MCO boasts a comprehensive art collection that highlights a bevy of styles and media. The artists featured at MCO are local and international, giving passengers a wide array of pieces to admire while spending time at the airport.
If you need to catch up on some rest, the onsite Hyatt Regency is located inside of the terminal and offers day rooms to weary travelers needing to relax and rejuvenate. The Hyatt is also home to the Hemispheres restaurant, offering sweeping views of the runways. The Hyatt and all of its amenities are located pre-security so that passengers and non-passengers can take advantage of the services.