Getting To Orlando

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    With two international airports and plenty of major highways, finding your way to the area is a synch. If you’re flying to the area it’s a good idea to pre-arrange your transportation before arriving. To view a list of each airport’s incoming airlines and transportation services click the related link under each airport description. If you plan on driving to the area, contact the area’s convention and visitors bureaus for free Central Florida maps. You can find a list of these bureaus on our Events & Information page.

    International Airports:

    Orlando International Airport (MCO)

    This is the closest commercial airport to area theme-parks, International Drive, Lake Buena Vista, Kissimmee Highway 192, Orange County Convention Center, and the downtown Orlando business district.

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    Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)

    This airport is about an hours drive to the major touristic areas of Central Florida. However, it’s a great choice if you plan to stay near the Sanford area for their natural attractions like canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking and more. Additionally, this airport is close to the Seminole county business district.

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    Executive Airports:

    Orlando Executive Airport (OEA)

    Located 3 miles from the business and financial center of Central Florida. Convenient access to all of Orlando’s major highways puts the majority of industrial and business centers within minutes of the airport.

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    Kissimmee Gateway Airport (ISM)

    This airport is about an hours drive to the major touristic areas of Central Florida. However, it’s a great choice if you plan to stay near the Sanford area for their natural attractions like canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking and more. Additionally, this airport is close to the Seminole county business district.

    Website | Pilot Info

    Major Highways:

    The three major highways that bring you into Florida are I-95 (east coast) , I-75 (west coast), and I-10 (panhandle). Roads leading from these major highways are highlighted in green on the above map.

    Directions From I-95

    From I-95 drive south towards I-4 or the 528 toll-road.

    Directions From I-75

    From I-75 drive south towards the Florida Turnpike south.

    Directions From I-10

    Take I-10 to I-75 and head south towards the Florida Turnpike south.