Getting to Orlando is quick and easy — particularly when arriving by air. Our primary gateway, Orlando International Airport (MCO), is J.D. Power & Associates’ No. 1 mega airport in the southeastern U.S. for customer satisfaction. It also never stops improving, including recent updates to its ticketing and baggage-handling systems. But no matter how travel, you’ll have no problem getting here, and a wealth of transportation services are available to help you explore to your heart’s content once you’ve arrived in Orlando.
All modes of transportation are open in Orlando, Orange County and throughout the State of Florida, including air travel at MCO and Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), rental cars, taxis, ride-share services, and public-transportation providers such as SunRail (commuter rail) and Lynx (buses). Some services are operating with modified service schedules. Additionally, public-transportation providers are employing appropriate social distancing and enhanced sanitation measures to help protect you during your travels.
Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified. Learn more about healthy travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite attractions, restaurants and other businesses for their current status.
Explore Transportation in Orlando
Located approximately 20 minutes from International Drive — the heart of our tourism district — Orlando International Airport (MCO) works with more than 40 scheduled airlines to provide nonstop service from over 150 international and domestic destinations. What’s more, airfares at MCO are among the lowest of the 50 largest airports in the U.S.
Also servicing the area is Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). It’s located 18 miles northeast of Orlando, approximately 45 minutes from our tourism district. If you prefer rail travel, Amtrak provides service via its station in downtown Orlando, and Orlando’s commuter rail service, SunRail, connects key cities along our main corridor. In the coming years, Virgin Trains and the Florida High Speed Corridor will bring express-rail service to Orlando.
Once you’ve reached Orlando, you can choose from a robust selection of public transportation options and ride-share services. Or, hop on the fun and affordable I-Ride Trolley, which runs on and around International Drive and costs a maximum of $2 per ride. Several hotels in our tourism district also offer shuttle services to guests.
If you’re doing the driving, there’s no need to worry about getting lost, as several major highways offer convenient access to area attractions. If you need some help finding your way, our downloadable area maps are ready to guide you. Or, take advantage of Orlando Virtual Tour, a free service that invites you explore the destination before, during and after your arrival. It’s compatible with computers, tablets, mobile devices and even virtual-reality headsets.