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Cheap flights to Orlando International Airport

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16 nights in Orlando, departing London Gatwick on 22 / Sep / 2020 with American Airlines (price found 28 hours ago)

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Cheapest time to fly to Orlando (MCO)

Return flights to Orlando are at their most expensive over the summer holiday period from around mid-June until the end of August. The festive period is also popular, with prices increasing from mid-December to early January. Those travelling outside this period will be privy to some significant discounts and can find some excellent deals on last-minute flights. Disney host special parades and themed performances around all major festivals and holidays.

Flying to Orlando MCO

There are cheap flights to Orlando from several major UK airports including London Heathrow and Gatwick, Manchester and Glasgow. Airlines who operate direct flights are Delta, American Airways, BA, United and Virgin Atlantic. Air Canada also offer return flights, though with a stopover, normally in Toronto. Orlando flights land at the airport which is located just six miles from the city, serving both the theme park resorts and the wider mid-Florida region.

On arrival and getting around MCO

Orlando is the second busiest airport in Florida after Miami and is a hub for several major US carriers. There is one main terminal, divided into A and B, with work on a new south terminal underway as of 2018. A recent modernisation program has incorporated an atrium-style design consisting of skylights and increased space in concourse areas. Flights to Orlando from the UK arrive at both terminals, depending on your chosen airline for your last-minute flights booked with Netflights.

Getting to the city from the airport

Public transport operates between the airport and major spots in Orlando theme parks via the Lynx Route. There are also numerous private shuttle services which can be pre-booked or utilised upon arrival at the airport. If you prefer to drive, the airport has two newly opened, state of the art car rental facilities so that you can continue your onward journey by car. If you are planning on travelling a little further afield, Orlando has an Amtrak station where you can continue your journey to the wider Florida area.

Don't forget before you fly

After booking direct flights, don't forget to make the online application for your ESTA in good time. The process is quick and convenient and you will be notified by email once you have been accepted. The local currency is the US dollar and ATMs are widely available upon arrival.
Min / Max Temperature (°C)
LOWEST

9 °C

AVG

22 °C

HIGHEST

33 °C

Rainfall (mm)
LOWEST

40 mm

AVG

96.7 mm

HIGHEST

180 mm

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