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Orlando Airport Informational Guide to Orlando Airport (MCO) - NON OFFICIAL

Orlando Airport Terminals

Orlando Airport (MCO) serves the city of Orlando in Florida, USA, and is a major international gateway which mainly operates foreign carriers flights. 

Southwest Airlines is the largest carrier in MCO and for the mid Florida region, handling a good bunch of flights.

Orlando Airport consists of a Main Terminal called the North Terminal Complex split into two terminals, Terminal A and Terminal B, with airside concourses 1 to 4 accessible through elevated people movers.

There are two security checkpoints to reach the airsides: West Hall (airsides 1 and 3) and East Atrium (airsides 2 and 4).

Terminal A orlando airport

MCO Terminal A, also known as the North Side or Side A, is home of Airsides 1 and 2 with their respective gates 1-29 and 100-129.

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Terminal B orlando airport

MCO Terminal B, known as the South Side or Side B, is home of Airside 3 and 4, which host boarding gates 30-59 and 70-99.

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Inter-terminal transportation

It is possible to transfer from the Main Terminal to the airside satellites 1 to 4 by frequent and free of use automated people movers (APM).

Trip time

Transfer times vary according to the headed airside.

Location

APM Station is located on Level 3 of the Main Terminal. 

Present & future

Nowadays, there are a several projects under construction in Orlando Airport:

South Terminal Complex

A three-floor facility adjacent to the South Airport APM Complex and Intermodal Terminal Facility expected to handle 19 gates to accommodate 24 aircraft.

Nowadays, works are on phase 1 and are going to be completed by late 2021.

South Airport APM Complex

The South Airport Automated People Mover (APM) complex is expected to be a 200,000 square feet facility with a APM station to transfer to the Main Terminal in less than 4 minutes.

Garage C

The Parking Garage C is going to host 1,690 parking spaces and also the remote check-in facilities for certain domestic flights available from 06:00 am to 02:00 pm.

Intermodal Terminal Facility

The Intermodal Terminal Facility is going to joint the South APM with regional services of SunRail, Virgin Trains USA and a further rail service to the International Drive and Convention Center area.

Additionally, further ground transportation options are expected to be added (taxi, shuttle buses and public transport).

South Airport Automated People Mover (APM)

This new APM system connects the South APM Station and the Garage C to the Main Terminal.

In the Main Terminal, the station is located on Level 3, between the security checkpoint for Gates 70-129 and the B Side airline check-in desks.