If the thought of stuffing your face with funnel cake at Universal Orlando and swimming with dolphins at Discovery Cove® doesn’t excite you, you might be a Negative Nelly. A normal response would be, “OMG! I can’t wait to do that, please, tell me how!?” It’s simple, really. Just book your flights to Orlando today on Flights.com and you’ll be lathering yourself with sunscreen in the Sunshine State before you can say “she sells seashells by the seashore!” But seriously, there are tons of places you can buy seashell souvenirs. And if theme parks don’t entice you, don’t sweat it. You can still hike through Kelly Park and maybe even learn something at the Kennedy Space Center.
Orlando International Airport
No, Mickey and Minnie can’t carry you around town on their backs (although I’ve heard it may be an option by 2092). When your Orlando flights lands, you will have several realistic options to get around. Call your hotel ahead of time to see if they offer complimentary shuttle services. If not, you can always take a cab to your destination or navigate the local bus routes. Bus stops are located in Terminal A on Level 1 of the airport, meaning they should be pretty easy to find. Like “finding the Little Mermaid on land while she still has her tail” easy to find. Local buses are available to take you to Downtown Orlando, as well as several local attractions like the Florida Mall and SeaWorld Orlando.
Peel Out Like a Florida Orange
Trying to make a good impression on the parking attendants at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™? First off, you’re going to need your very own rental car. Secondly, that’s a very strange and specific target audience, but do your thing. Since you saved money by booking cheap flights to Orlando, you should have some extra stacks of cash to splurge on your rental wheels. The airport has a lot of rental company vendors available on site and you can pick up your keys as soon as your MCO flights land. You’ll find over 12 different vendors located on the Ground Transportation Level (Level 1) of the airport. There are rental car counters in Terminal A and B, so make sure you know where you’re going before you march off like the own the place.
Discover a little piece of sunshine today by booking your Orlando airfare on Flights.com. Just maybe slap on some high power SPF first in case red isn’t your color.
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Orlando International Airport IATA & ICAO Information
The IATA (International Air Transport Association) code, often referred to as an airport’s “TLA”, assigned to Orlando International Airport is MCO. Further, the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) assigned code is MCO. Having this basic information about Orlando’s airport is helpful because you can often use the TLA to search for flights from MCO to your destination airport’s TLA. Most travel websites use TLA’s to ensure they are matching you with the correct origin and destination airports, so it makes your search process faster and more accurate when you use them instead of just the city name. In addition, having details like Orlando airport’s latitude, longitude and altitude can offer you clues about the likely weather conditions at the airport, which might help you in planning whether or not you need a jacket or shorts for that short trip from the airplane into the terminal.