Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport (MCO, KMCO)

MCO is a significant airport located 6 miles southeast of Downtown Orlando, Florida. It is the primary airport for Central Florida, the busiest in the state, and one of the world’s busiest airports. It ranks as the fourth-best mega airport in North America in terms of customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power’s 2021 Rankings. Private jets and passengers have two fixed base operators providing terminals and services at this busy airfield. 

Private Jets Orlando Airport

Two fixed base operators provide 24 hours of daily service at Orlando (MCO).  There are four long runways from 9,001 ft. to 12,005 ft. to handle the largest planes and long-range aircraft flying in and out of the airport.

Car Rentals

The largest rental car market in the world, Orlando International Airport, offers a wide variety of car rentals from the top rental car agencies. Many of these agencies have desks at the main airport terminals, on both A and B sides, so no shuttle bus is needed to pick up your vehicle. Private jets and passengers can enjoy the planeside pickup and return service of rental cars at the FBOs. 

Orlando Airport Information & MCO Key Facts

Operating hours: 24-hour Terminals and FBO.

FBOs: Two fixed-based operators are located here.

Runways: 8L/36R 12,005 ft. is the longest of four runways. 
Airport Codes: MCO (FAA and IATA), KMCO (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N28-25.8 / W081-18.5
U.S. Customs: Yes, including U.S. Customs Pre-Clearance.
Address: 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827

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Commercial Terminals &  Parking

The airport consists of a central landside terminal (one building divided into Terminals “A” and “B”), Terminal “C” containing airline counters, baggage claim, rental agencies, numerous shops, and hotels. There are also four airside terminals, with gates and a tram connecting the central terminal. United Airlines, Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, United Express, and U.S. Airways operate at MCO. The landside terminal at Orlando International Airport has two parking garages. A and B Garage has short-term parking, while the Terminal Top garage (Levels 4-10) offers long-term parking. Both of these garages offer elevators that travel directly down to the ticketing & baggage claim areas of the main terminal buildings, as well as several restaurants and shops.

Passport Control

Orlando International Airport has a Mobile Passport Control App allowing U.S. and Canadian citizens to submit their passport information & customs declaration form to CBP via a smartphone or app before arrival. This expedites the customs & immigration process for eligible passengers.

Cruise Transportation

MCO serves as a significant inbound gateway for cruise lines departing from Port Canaveral on lines including Royal Caribbean International, Carnival Cruise Lines, Disney Cruise Line, and SunCruz Casinos. These cruise lines operate motorcoach transportation to Port Canaveral and can be contacted for ground transport before booking your flight.

Restaurants, Shopping & Dining

The main terminal of Orlando International Airport has a good selection of chain restaurants. However, if you want a gourmet dining experience, you can head to the airside for more options. Food is affordable at MCO, and you can find everything from American staples to more unique dishes. The most popular chains include McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King, Subway, Chick-fil-a, and Papa John’s Pizza. MCO is home to many retail stores and shopping centers, offering a wide range of souvenirs and items for your home away from home. There are shops in both the central terminal and the airside and an extensive shopping mall in the west hall of the main airport.

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