Orlando Airport is one of the largest international airports serving Florida. The airport is situated about 6 miles southeast of Orlando City. As it shares its location with all the major attractions and beaches in Florida, it remains to be the most convenient base for a traveler's itinerary.
MCO Airport comprises just one terminal building, which is split into two equal parts, with each part featuring three levels -the arrival, departure, and a skylight dome. Orlando Airport serves as an operating base for Silver Airlines, and also as a focus city for Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and JetBlue Airways.
Most of the leading rental car suppliers operate their service desks at Orlando Airport. Desks of car hire agencies are on the Ground Transportation Level of Orlando Airport Terminal A and Terminal B. The Ground Transportation Level is also known as Level 1.
Onsite rental car suppliers at Orlando Airport include - Advantage Rent a Car, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar Car Rental, Enterprise, E-Z Rent A Car, Hertz Car Rental, National, Payless Car Rental, and Thrifty Car Rental.
Money Exchange: Several ATMs and currency exchange counters are available at Orlando Airport. While cash vending machines are scattered throughout the airport, currency exchange counters are only limited to the main terminal and Airside 4.
Shopping: Orlando Airport is home to an extensive range of shopping outlets. The shops sell a wide range of merchandise, from fashion accessories, books & newsagents to grocery items and gifts. There are also two duty-free stores in Airside 1 and 4.
Restaurants and Cafeterias: Food joints available at MCO Airport include fast-food outlets, grab&Go outlets, grill restaurants, bars and gourmet cafeterias. Not all, but a few of them, such as the Mcdonald's and Starbucks, operate 24 hours a day.
Communication Facilities: Free wi-fi, 24-hour internet kiosks, and telephones are available throughout Orlando Airport. Also, a post office is also present just next to the main terminal building.