Distance from CBD
Around $37.75 to CBD
Local buses stop outside Level 1 of the Main Terminal, at Commercial Lane spaces A38 to A41. Buses connect the airport with areas throughout the city, including Downtown Orlando, International Drive, Walt Disney World and Apopka.
All the major car rental companies are represented at Orlando Airport. Offices are located in both Terminal A and Terminal B on the Ground Transportation Level. Companies available include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, Thrifty and more. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Check-in counters and kiosks are located on Level 3 of the Main Terminal.
There are currency exchange desks and ATMs conveniently located throughout the airport. You can also pre-purchase your American dollars in the form of cash or a MasterCard Cash Passport from Travel Money OZ.
Business travellers can make use of Orlando Airport's WiFi access, VIP lounges and public phones. There are also several hotels in the airport precinct that offer full conference facilities.
Free WiFi is provided throughout Orlando Airport.
If you've lost a luggage item within the airport, visit the Lost and Found office on the B-side of the Main Terminal, across from the food court, or call (407) 825-2111. If your item was left on board an aircraft, contact your airline directly.
Baby changing facilities are available throughout the airport, both before and after security screening.
United Club - The United Club lounge is located near Gate 43 in Concourse B. The lounges offer telephones, computers, WiFi access, free snacks and beverages, reading material and televisions. The lounges are open to United Club Members, United Business and First Class passengers and eligible Star Alliance Gold members.
Delta Sky Club - The Delta Sky Club offers eligible travellers a range of benefits including a fully stocked bar, complimentary snacks, free WiFi, satellite TV, business cubicles, reading material and personalised flight assistance. The Sky Club is located in the central Atrium area of the airport and is open to Delta Sky Club members, SkyTeam Business Class and First Class passengers, eligible SkyTeam frequent flyer members, and buyers of one-day or 30-day passes.
The AGT train connects the airside terminals with the central terminal building. The trip from each airside terminal to the main terminal takes just one minute.
Orlando Airport is serviced by several international airlines. Please refer to the below list for more information on the airlines that fly to Orlando.
The following airlines reach Orlando. Don't see the airline you are looking for? Talk to a consultant to book your Orlando flights with your preferred airline.