Flying Into Orlando International Airport? Here’s What You Should Know!
Countless travelers fly into Orlando International Airport each year. This includes families visiting Walt Disney World or embarking on a Disney Cruise Line vacation.
Navigating any airport can be tricky, especially one as huge as MCO.
Here’s four important points to help you make your way through Orlando International Airport on your next visit.
Think the PeopleMover is just a Disney World attraction?
Orlando International Airport has an automated people mover that provides transportation between the concourses and the main terminal.
Who would’ve thought your first “ride” would be at the airport?
Hold on, though! There are no seats on this people mover! Guests will need to keep hold of handrails on the four minute commute.
It’s as easy as A, B, 1, 2, 3!
The main terminal has three levels and two sides.
Travelers enter the airport on Level 3 with ticketing counters accessible on Sides A and B.
This is where you’ll also find the TSA security checkpoint, The Magic of Disney Store, and a large food court.
On Level 2 you’ll find the baggage claim areas with Level 1 home to ground transportation, including Disney’s Magical Express Transportation.
We’ll miss you, old friend.
Did you know there’s an app for that?
Yes, I know there seems to be an app for everything these days! But this one is worth the download.
The Orlando MCO app will serve as your personal tour guide when navigating the airport.
Need to get to your departure gate? The app will quite literally narrate the way.
Looking for real-time flight alerts and updates for TSA wait times? The MCO app has you covered.
Whether it’s shopping, dining, baggage claim, or your parking spot, the Orlando MCO app will lead the way.
There’s a hotel there!
The Hyatt Regency at Orlando International Airport is located inside the center of the main terminal.
This hotel is a popular choice for those with Disney Cruises booked. Many guests choose to stay here the night prior to embarkation.
Now that you’re in the know when it comes to Orlando International Airport, you might as well go ahead and book that Disney vacation!
Feature Image: Fortune