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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).

Since September 2022, there also the South Terminal Complex, formed by Terminal C. 

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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terminal c orlando airport

MCO Terminal C opened in September of 2022. It hosts boarding gates C230-C248. 

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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.


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