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Holiday Inn Select Orlando-International Airport
5750 T.G. Lee Blvd
Orlando, FL, 32822

La Quinta Inn & Suites Orlando Airport North
7160 N. Frontage Rd
Orlando, FL, 32812

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Orlando International Airport
7900 Conway Rd
Orlando, FL, 32812

La Quinta Inn Orlando Airport West
7931 Daetwyler Dr
Orlando, FL, 32812

Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
9300 Airport Blvd
Orlando, FL, 32827

Ramada Suites Orlando Airport
7500 Augusta National Dr
Orlando, FL, 32822

Marriott Orlando Airport
7499 Augusta National Dr
Orlando, FL, 32822

Sheraton Suites Orlando Airport
7550 Augusta National Dr
Orlando, FL, 32822

Hampton Inn Orlando International Airport
5767 T G Lee Blvd
Orlando, FL, 32822

Courtyard By Marriott Orlando Airport
7155 N Frontage Rd
Orlando, FL, 32812

Hilton Garden Inn Orlando Airport
7300 Augusta National Dr
Orlando, FL, 32822

Embassy Suites Orlando Airport
5835 T G Lee Blvd
Orlando, FL, 32822

Hyatt Place Orlando Airport Northwest
5435 Forbes Pl
Orlando, FL, 32812

Renaissance Hotel Orlando Airport
5445 Forbes Pl
Orlando, FL, 32812

Hyatt Place Orlando Airport Northwest
3835 Mc Coy Road
Orlando, FL, 32812

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About MCO Airport

Travelers to Orlando International Airport may notice that the abbreviation used seems a bit odd. The MCO airport code stands for McCoy Air Force Base, which was the name, used by the facility until the U.S. Air Force ceased operations at the facility in 1975. During its military operations, the base was used by spy planes during the Cuban Missile Crisis and was part of the operations of the Strategic Air Command. Despite this storied military history, some people still joke that the MCO code stands for "Mickey's Corporate Office" because the airport is located near Disney World.

Orlando International Airport trails only Miami among Florida airports in the number of passengers handled each season. The airport ranks in the top 15 for passenger boardings in the United States and is in the top 30 in the world.

Two terminals serve passengers traveling through Orlando International Airport. Terminal B principally serves Delta Air Lines while Terminal A serves the other airlines currently operating out of Orlando. People move from terminal to terminal, or between gates of a terminal, using a system of elevated trams. Escalators and elevators allow movement between levels of the buildings. Both terminals have security checkpoints. Baggage claim areas are located in Terminal A. Officials are considering additional terminal space and runways as traffic increases although no firm plans have been made.

The airport features 129 gates through four "airsides" or groups. These gates handle as many as 3 million passengers per month. The most common America Destination is Atlanta while London leads the list of foreign destinations. Other popular American destinations include New York, Philadelphia, and Newark while the foreign destinations of Toronto, Manchester, and Panama City also see extensive traffic. Passengers leaving Orlando International Airport have a choice of 90 locations with non-stop flights. Southwest Airlines handles the most passengers, about 20 percent, at Orlando International Airport each year.

International travelers commonly arrive or depart from Gates 60-99 in Terminal B. Customs and immigration officials screen arriving passengers in this area before the passengers travel to the main terminal to pick up luggage.

The Orlando International Airport is operated by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. This organization also operates the Orlando Executive Airport catering to private aviation. The authority consists of the mayor of Orlando and seven other officials.