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 Amenities
With 150 shops, restaurants, bars, cafes, and grab-and-go food outlets, Orlando International Airport offers world-class food and shopping options, as well as quick and convenient stops to get you fueled and on to your next destination. Whether by land or taking to the skies once more, you will find everything you need, whether you’re traveling for business or leisure.
Orlando International Airport Private Clubs and Lounges
The airport also offers access to four clubs and lounges, with varying rules and amenities. The Admirals Club, located in Terminal B near Gate 55, provides complimentary food and drinks, a full-service bar, and complimentary Wi-Fi. With similar perks, the Delta Sky Club is located in the Center Atrium near Gate 71, and The Club MCO operates from two locations within the airport, Airside 1 and Airside 4.