Your Trip to Orlando: The Complete Guide SEE FULL GUIDE prev next The Best Budget Hotels in Orlando Neighborhoods to Know Top Things to Do Free Things to Do Things to Do With Kids Orlando's Lake Eola Park Theater in Orlando Natural Springs Near Orlando Beaches Near Orlando Free Orlando Walking Tours Best Restaurants Best Bars Breweries & Beer Halls The Best Time to Visit Orlando Orlando Weather & Climate Orlando International Airport Guide Your Trip to Orlando: The Complete Guide close Overview United States Florida Orlando Orlando International Airport Written by Theresa Johnston Twitter Linkedin Regionally recognized Orlando travel expert and freelance writer for magazines and websites Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Theresa Johnston Updated 05/20/19 Share Pin Email Jerry Driendl / Getty Images View Map Orlando International Airport Address 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827, USA Get directions Phone +1 407-825-2001 Web Visit website The Orlando International Airport is a tri-level complex with 4 Airside facilities. To access the airport you can select either Terminal A or Terminal B side. The roads around the airport are in a continuous loop so that if a destination is passed, you do not need to leave the airport property to circle back to where you need to be. As you are approaching the airport, it is important to read the overhead signs to determine which side of the airport (which terminal) you need. This is done by looking for the airline that you need to access. This will make navigating the airport a little easier, but if you are on the wrong side, it is still possible to reach the other Terminal as they are all within a single building. Airport Code One might think that the initials of OIA might be the airport code for the Orlando International Airport, but that is not the case. The airport which was taken over by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority in 1975 was given the name Orlando International Airport in 1976. The airport which was originally an air force base was named McCoy Air Force Base with an airport code of MCO. How to Get There The airport is located about 9 miles southeast of the Downtown Orlando area. From Downtown OrlandoApproximately 9 miles: Take I-4 West to SR 408 (East-West Expressway) head East to SR 436 south. From the Attraction AreaApproximately 20 miles: Take I-4 East to SR 528 (Beach Line) head East to the Orlando International Airport Exit 11. From Port CanaveralApproximately 42 miles: Take I-95 to SR 528 (Beach Line) head West to the Orlando International Airport Exit 11. Airport Layout Terminal A Airside 1: Gates 1–29Airside 2: Gates 100–129 Level 3 For dropping off passengers Ticketing and Gates Food Court Level 2 For picking up passengers Baggage Claim for Carousels 1–16 Pet Relief Area Level 1 Baggage Claim Resort Transportation 8ABuses Lynx City Bus Taxis, Towncar, Limousine, Shuttles Airport Layout Terminal B Airside 3: Gates 30–48 and 50–59Airside 4: Gates 60–99 Level 3 For dropping off passengers Ticketing and Gates Food Court Level 2 For picking up passengers Baggage Claim for Carousels 20–32 Pet Relief Area Currency Exchange (only at Terminal B) Level 1 Baggage Claim Buses and Resort Transportation Lynx City Bus Disney Magical Express Rental Car Companies Taxis, Towncar, Limousine, Shuttles Airlines at MCO—Terminal A Air Canada Air Transat Alaska Airlines American Airlines Curbside Check-In Avianca CanJet Copa Airlines jet Blue Airways Curbside Check-In Southwest Airlines Curbside Check-In Sun Wing Airlines Taca Airlines TAM Airlines Virgin Atlantic Curbside Check-In Virgin America WestJet Airlines at MCO—Terminal B Aer Lingus AeroMexico AirTran Curbside Check-In Air France Bahamasair British Airways Delta Air Lines Curbside Check-In Frontier Lufthansa Miami Air Spirit Airlines Sun Country Airlines United Curbside Check-In US Airways Curbside Check-In' The Best Budget Hotels in Orlando Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit A Complete Guide to Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Guide Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport Visitor's Guide to Malta International Airport How to Visit Canada by Flying Into Buffalo Everything You Need to Know About Hong Kong Airport Pittsburgh International Airport Guide Charleston International Airport Guide Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Guide Dulles International Airport Guide How to Navigate Vienna International Airport Philadelphia International Airport Guide A Complete Guide to Kathmandu Airport (KTM) in Nepal Your Essential Guide to Bangalore Airport in India Miami International Airport Guide Everything You Need to Know About Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.