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.
Weather in Orlando
Orlando’s nickname is “The City Beautiful” for good reason. Along with world-renowned accommodations, Florida’s weather offers travelers an average of 237 days annually with sunny skies. Orlando’s ample sunshine and favorable temperatures help jet charters stay on schedule, making it a popular destination to experience the luxury and ease of private flight travel.