Convenient Nonstop Air Service to Orlando

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Orlando — Theme Park Capital of the World® — isn’t just the most visited destination in the United States. It’s also one of the most accessible, particularly for visitors from the United Kingdom and Ireland, thanks to nonstop service from top airports near you. Below is a summary of scheduled service as of October 2018 (please contact your travel agent for the latest details):

U.K. Airports & Carriers with Nonstop Service to Orlando

  • Gatwick: British Airways, Norwegian, Virgin Atlantic
  • Glasgow: Virgin Atlantic
  • Manchester: Virgin Atlantic
  • Birmingham: TUI
  • Bristol: TUI
  • Doncaster Sheffield: TUI (New! Starting 2019)
  • East Midlands: TUI
  • Gatwick: Thomas Cook, TUI
  • Glasgow: Thomas Cook, TUI
  • London Stansted: Thomas Cook, TUI
  • Manchester: Thomas Cook, TUI
  • Newcastle International: TUI

Ireland Airports & Carriers with Nonstop Service to Orlando

  • Dublin: Aer Lingus
  • Belfast International: Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic

Additional Information About Air Travel to Orlando

If you’re travelling to Orlando with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Thomas Cook or Norwegian, you’ll fly into Orlando International Airport (MCO), which is just 20 minutes from the heart of our tourism district. One of the world’s most modern airports, and already ranked No. 1 in its class by J.D. Power in terms of overall customer satisfaction, MCO never stops improving, including recent enhancements to its ticketing and baggage-handling systems.

Alternately, charter flights with TUI arrive at Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). Smaller, quicker and easier to get out of than MCO, SFB is about 45 miles north of Orlando’s theme parks.

When travelling to Orlando by air, bear in mind that your flight time will be approximately nine hours, and Orlando’s time zone is five hours behind the U.K. and Ireland. As a result, you’ll gain more holiday time on arrival!

Also, most nonstop flights arrive during the day, and return flights typically leave for Orlando during the early to mid-evening hours. Flying to or from Orlando via another U.S. airport is also an option.

Ask your travel agent for more information about nonstop Orlando air service and prepare for an unforgettable holiday in Orlando!

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