Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is proud to operate Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Orlando Executive Airport (ORL), two of Florida’s premier air travel gateways. 

MCO is a world-class global connector, serving more than 58 million annual passengers in its three terminals. ORL is conveniently located just miles from downtown Orlando and provides vital general aviation access to the heart of the region. 

Ranked the seventh busiest airport in the U.S. and the busiest in Florida in terms of enplanements, Orlando International is served by 41 passenger airlines and offers nonstop flights to 171 destinations worldwide. MCO has an on-site hotel, ten rental car agencies, several aircraft maintenance facilities and more than 170 food, beverage, and retail locations.

Serving as a welcome to Central Florida’s many theme park attractions, Port Canaveral, and the Orange County Convention Center, MCO is a major driver of economic activity for the state. 

Completed in 2022, MCO’s new Terminal C hosts the latest state-of-the-art technology, such as automated TSA security screen lanes and facial recognition lanes for international arrivals and departures. 

MCO’s economic strength has been reinforced with the recent addition of high-speed rail service in partnership with Brightline. Commencing service in September of 2023, Brightline connects MCO with Miami and several cities along the east coast of Florida.

Orlando International has the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program, which is for all hidden disabilities, including autism. A sensory room is in the works and will undergo review soon.

Link to Accessibility page:

This page includes the US Department of Transportation’s Bill of Rights for Airline Passengers with Disabilities. The page also includes accessibility services map and other information.

1 Jeff Fuqua Boulevard, Orlando, FL, Florida, United States 32827