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1 Airport Blvd, Orlando, FL | Directions 3282728.431640 -81.308286
Neighborhoods: Southeast, Orlando International Airport
With 36 shops, 23 restaurants, six bars, a microbrewery and a hotel, is this a mall or an airport? – Overview
Four concourses with 129 gates surround the main terminal at this destination city's primary airport. Over 85,000 people bustle through on any given day, flying on 80 different airlines. International flights to and from Canada, Europe and the Middle East keep the tourists flowing, not to mention the domestic travelers. In on business? Laptop Lane offers fax, mail, copy and Internet-access services.
There's theme-park shopping in the Sea World, Universal Studios and Walt Disney stores, and there's a duty-free shop, but don't miss some of the specialty stores like Bow Wow Meow, the Discovery Channel Store and Toobs, Toys and Games. The airport also has over 20 snack and food vendors and the Hyatt has several restaurants and a bar, including the ninth-floor Hemisphere. There's even art on display and sights the kids will enjoy.
Other Airports: Take Notes – Using the Orlando airport is usually a smooth ride. The trains are constant and the signage is good. They even have a microbrewery! Other airports could learn a thing or two by how well this place is run.
I miss the Orlando Airport – I used to live in Orlando. I really, really miss the airport. So easy to get in and out of (use the Terminal Top parking!), great shopping and food to pass the time, easy and fast to get to all the gates. I wish more airport designers would study the Orlando airport design and layout.
Best Airport Anywhere – Arriving at MCO is how all airports should be. By the time you get off of your plane and ride the monorail to the terminal, your bags are coming off the conveyor. No long bus rides to the rental cars!
First Impressions – As a huge tourist destination, Orlando has really thrown the dollars into its airport. Plenty of natural lighting and art greets visitors getting off the plane. A short walk to a rail tram connects the concourses to the main terminal. It is easy to navigate the main terminal to get to baggage claim and ground transportation.
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