Orlando International Airport (KMCO)
Located 6 miles (10 km) southeast of Downtown Orlando, Florida, the Orlando International Airport is the busiest airport in the Sunshine State. The airport’s code, MCO, stands for McCoy Air Force Base, the former name prior to 1975. By area, it’s one of the largest commercial airports in the United States at 12,600 acres. In 2021, it handled over 19 million travelers, making it the busiest airport in Florida and the seventh most active in the US.
Orlando International Airport Aircraft
Orlando International Airport handles, on average, 310,117 aircraft takeoffs and landings annually. With roughly 850 per day, this makes it the seventh busiest airport in the United States. Over 40 million passengers travel through MCO each year.
Private Aircraft Based at Orlando International Airport
Orlando International Airport has 31 aircraft based on the field, including jet airplanes, multiple-engine airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. From the largest luxury jets to the smaller high-performance turboprops, you can arrive at Orlando in style and comfort for any size party.
Private Jets That Can Land at Orlando International Airport
Turboprops like the Pilatus PC-12, King Air 350, and King Air 200 make travel quick and convenient. Light cabin Jets like the Citation CJ3, Phenom 300, and Hawker 400 are customer favorites. Midsize Cabin Jets like the Hawker 800, Lear 60, and Excel XLS provide another flexible option, handling longer routes with ease.
Super-midsize cabin jets, such as the Gulfstream G200, Challenger 300, Citation X, and Falcon 50 are among the most common aircraft for private flights in and out of MCO. Large Cabin Jets like the Challenger 600, Gulfstream G450, Gulfstream GV, Falcon 200, and Falcon 900, are ideal for coast-to-coast or international flights. Finally, Ultra Large Cabin Jets such as the Bombardier 5000+, Gulfstream G550, Gulfstream G650, and Falcon 7x provide ultimate comfort for long-duration flights.