Orlando International Airport (MCO)
Orlando, FL, United States
Time ZoneGMT -5:00
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is an American airport located in Orlando, Florida. It is the second busiest airport in the state of Florida, and the 13th busiest airport in the United States. In 2018, MCO handled a record 44,631,265 passengers, an increase of 7.9% from the previous year. The airport also handled a record 463,323 takeoffs and landings in 2018, an increase of 1.7%. Orlando International Airport is the primary airport for the Orlando metropolitan area and the region.
Orlando International Airport is located six miles (10 km) southeast of downtown Orlando in the city’s suburb of Orange County, Florida. The airport is mostly in the city limits of Orlando, with a small portion in the city of unincorporated Orange County.
Orlando International Airport has two active public terminals: Terminal A and Terminal B. The airport is also home to the McCoy Jet Center, a private terminal for general aviation. Orlando International Airport is served by a variety of airlines, including domestic and international carriers. The airport is a hub for Silver Airways, Southwest Airlines, and JetBlue Airways. MCO is the largest hub for JetBlue, and the second-largest hub for Southwest. The airport is also a focus city for Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) offers a variety of services and amenities for passengers. Services include lost and found, airport information, and ground transportation. The airport also offers a variety of amenities, including restaurants, shops, and a business center.
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