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ORLANDO FL FLIGHT TICKETS - FLORIDA ORLANDO FLIGHTS

Orlando Flights FloridaOrlando 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. There are many many flights daily into Orlando. All the major airlines fly direct to Orlando from over 80 United States Cities and non-stop from 20 foreign cities, and you can add to that all the connecting flights. To give you some idea of the volume of flights, JetBlue has 74 flights from Kennedy New York in a week.

All the major airlines and many many smaller ones fly to Orlando – Southwest, US Airlines, Delta, Virgin, British Airways, Air Canada, Icelandair to mention only a few. This means there is thousands of seats to Orlando for you to consider so do some serious searching to find the flights you want, the times, the prices, the discounts and deals. The Internet makes this easy for you and it is well worth doing some homework before purchasing your flight tickets. The cost of the tickets will depend on the time of day you want to travel, the time of year and also the day of the week – you will need to do a little research to find out which is the better deal for you.

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 transfers.

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 are 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 cities.