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Getting to Orlando


Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the easy-to-navigate first choice. Residents of smaller markets with limited service may find a direct link via Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB).


All major US carriers – United, Continental, American, Delta, and US Airways – and a wide range of international airlines, serve MCO. Allegiant Air offers domestic flights through SFB; Icelandair and UK charter carrier Thomson Airways connect SFB internationally.

Flight Times

Five hours non-stop from the west coast; 2.5 hours from the Midwest; 2.5 hours from the Northeast.

By Train

Amtrak’s auto train stops in Sanford, which is 45 minutes north of the theme parks.

By Bus

Trailways commercial buses make stops in Orlando. Many private bus companies travel here too, such as RedCoach, offering 27-seat luxury vehicles.

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