Orlando International Airport is situated 6 miles southeast of Orlando. It is the second-busiest airport in the state of Florida, after Miami International Airport, the 13th-busiest airport in the United States and the 29th-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. It  handles 35 million passengers annually. There are 42 airlines; 32 scheduled, five chartered and five cargo that use the airport to fly to 74 U.S. destinations and 17 international destination.

The airport’s facilities are the third largest in the U.S., covering 23 square miles. There are more than 100 retail, food and beverage outlets, as well as banks, hair salons and a post office. Airport provides free WiFi service in its premises. Parking space is very big and can accommodate 9,300 vehicles and is free for the first 40 minutes.

It has 4 Airsides and two terminals, terminal A and terminal B. It has special barrier-free path and accessible services throughout the facility for individuals with disabilities.

Here is a map which will help you in understanding the building structure

Contact Information

Phone: 407-825-2001

Website: orlandoairports.net

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