Airport - Orlando International Airport has
landings every few minutes, so is very busy, busy
airport. It handles over 30m passengers
a year. Orlando Airport has all the latest security
checks in place and is one of the leading U.S. Airports.
Some interesting facts about Orlando Airport: The
average time it takes International Passengers to
get from the Aircraft through Customs, Immigration
and Baggage Claim is just 46 minutes, and so you won’t
be waiting too long to get out and about in Orlando.
Over 50 airlines use Orlando International airport,
including all the major carriers, this gives you a
better chance of getting a good deal on flights. Orlando
International Airport has scheduled non-stop
services to more major destinations in the U.S. than
most other airports in the U.S.
There are several methods of transportation
from Orlando Airport. You might be collecting
a rental car at the Airport or taking a taxi. Taxis
take up to 9 passengers so is a good option for a
group – for example a taxi trip to Lake Bueno
Vista is between $40-50. There are Shuttle Buses to
all the main hotels and for example to International
Drive or Kissimmie, the cost door-to-door is about
$20 a person with a return trip about $30 (and there
can be reductions for children).
Lynx buses depart every half hour
to Orlando Downtown and International Drive. It takes
about 40 minutes to get to Downtown and another twenty
minutes to International Drive. The cost of a Lynx
bus ticket is $1.25 - $1.50 and this includes any
Orlando international airport is relatively easy
to navigate around, and is well sign posted
to make sure you don’t get lost. This airport
has very tight security, so you will have to through
several security checks.
Many car rental company’s
have buses, which pick you up from the airport and
take you to your car, so if you are renting a car,
check to see if the company you are renting from offer
this free service. But if they don’t you can
use a public bus such as the buses provided by LYNX.
Orlando international airport is also the third largest
airport in the USA, and covers 15,000 acres! The airport
is also the most used airport in Florida,
and is 5 times the size of Miami International airport!
Orlando international airport has over eighty thousand
passengers every day and approximately over 30 million
Another Airport serving Orlando is Orlando
Sanford International Airport. This Airport
is some 18 miles northeast of Orlando with state of
the art facilities. If you are leaving the Airport
by rental car, there is excellent highways to the
Beaches and Orlando downtown. Much smaller (and quieter
than Orlando International, it is used by many Airlines,
Charter Flights from U.S. cities and many from UK