Orlando International Airport: Things you need to know

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Learn all about Orlando International Airport: what it looks like, what you’ll find there, which terminals, how to get from it to downtown Orlando, and much more!


What is Orlando airport like and what do you find there?

Orlando International Airport (known as “MCO”) is the only airport in the city that receives international flights and tourists from all over the world, arriving in the city. If you are planning to buy your airline ticket, this is where you should land.

It exists since 1962 and is not so big when compared to other cities in the United States, but it is much bigger than ours here in Brazil, and it has a large movement of people throughout the year.
The space is very beautiful, and there are even water fountains, plants and comfortable armchairs.

Hotel: As well as Miami International Airport, there is a hotel inside, the Hyatt Regency, which is between the two terminals.

Signage: The airport is fully signposted; there are signs all over the place pointing out the directions of the areas and, despite being written in English, you can understand everything and get your bearings.

Wi-fi: WI-FI internet is available free of charge in all areas of the airport, which makes waiting for your flight much easier.

Shops: Also to pass the time, at the airport there are Disney, Universal, Sea World, Harley Davidson, Hello Kity, Lego, Mango, Oakley, Samsonite, Ron Jon’s Surf Shop, Sunglass Hut, Swarovski and more, plus bookstores. and pharmacies.

Restaurants and Cafés: there are dozens of à la carte restaurant options (Italian, Mexican, Asian, American…) and fast food at the airport, such as Burger King, Chipotle, Dunkin’ Donuts, Mc Donald’s, Outback, Starbucks, Wendy’s and Chick -Fill-A.

Exchange bureaus, banks, VIP lounges, lost property, luggage storage etc are also available.

App: If you want even more ease, there’s an airport app that makes it easy to get to the location and helps you find everything you need inside.


Orlando International Airport Terminals

The airport is divided into two terminals, A and B, and has three floors. Despite its size, it’s not a very difficult place to get around and find your way around.

Monorail: As the airport’s extension is large, there is a monorail that takes travelers from one terminal to another. But pay attention, because baggage carts, which are paid in Orlando, cannot get on the monorail. So, think carefully if it’s worth spending, even if it’s little, on these carts, because you’ll have to abandon them the moment you get on the monorail.


Where is Orlando International Airport?

The airport is located about 20 km from Dowtown Orlando, the downtown area and International Drive, and a little further away from Disney World if you are staying there. More precisely, at 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd.


How to get from the airport to downtown Orlando

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Our highly qualified chauffeurs will take you to hotels, tourist attractions, corporate meetings, in addition to other destinations in a luxury vehicle with maximum comfort. Mundi offers luxury transportation from Orlando airport to Port Canaveral, hotels, attractions and other places in the city. Therefore, our Orlando limo service is your best option to get to know the city’s attractions.

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