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Flights to Orlando
How to find flights to OrlandoFor the majority of travelers, Orlando is synonym to Disney World. However, the city has much more to offer than that but being such a popular tourist destination means that flights to Orlando are very easy to find.
The main airport is Orlando International Airport (IATA: MCO) , located 6 miles/10 km southeast of the city center. It’s by far the busiest airport in Florida and receives flights to Orland from pretty much everywhere in the world. The airport is hub for Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, and Southwest Airlines, as well as secondary hub for AirTran Airways. Currently, the largest airline operating on the airport is Southwest Airlines.
The airport has a main terminal building connected by people mover to four airside terminals. Airside 4 currently receives the majority of international flights, but Airside 1 also handles some of the international traffic. Starting late 2007, Lufthansa opened a gate in Orlando to connect the city to Frankfurt (Germany, Europe). Currently there are 6 flights per week between the two cities. The largest aircraft operating on the airport is Boeing 747 offering connections between Orlando and several cities in UK (on Virgin Atlantic). The airport is Airbus 380 ready but the two airlines which have an order – Virgin Atlantic and British Airlines – don’t know yet what destinations they’d cover.
Other carriers flying into Orlando include: Air Canada, Air Jamaica, United Airlines, US Airways, British Airways, Frontier Airlines and Lufthansa.
To get from the airport to the hotel you can take one of the shuttle services available while if you are staying at the Disney Resort you can make a reservation on the Disney's Magical Express.
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