Orlando MCO Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Orlando MCO Airport

Orlando International Airport Layout, Getting Around,  International Arrivals Procedures, Terminal details, and current & future Airport improvements:

The Passenger Terminal Complex at Orlando International Airport is divided into Terminals A & B, each with their own airside satellites, and connected by shuttle train.
  Traffic for Terminal A flows West to East; traffic for Terminal B flows East to West.

Getting around:  
    The elevated AGT train shuttle
from the main terminal connects to all four Airside Satellites 1 through 4 at post-security. 
    East & West Security Ceckpoints are on opposite ends of level 3's center:  West Security Checkpoint leads to Airside 1 (gates 1-29) & Airside 3 (gates 30-59);  East Security Checkpoint leads to Airside 2 (gates 100-129) & Airside 4 (gates 60-99).
    Expedited processing: CEAR Registered Travel Program, TSA Pre-check (Trusted Traveler Program), Global Entry, and APC kiosks (automated passport control) are available.

International arrivals:

- APC kiosks: (Airport Passport Control) are currently available to non-U.S. citizens arriving from a visa-waiver country - and to U.S. & Canadian citizens & US green-card holders.. APC kiosks collect passenger's passport & flight information, customs declaration data, scan fingerprints, take a photo and issue a receipt to the passenger, who then brings their passport and receipt to a CBP officer for verification.
- After passport control,
passengers proceed to the baggage claim area, retrieve their bags and go through Customs Clearance. If continuing their journey, they will need to place bags on the belt for transfer to Terminals A  or B, then take escalator or stairs up to the AGT train station, board the train to connecting terminal (68 seconds), picking up bags, re-checking them in and proceeding through security check and on to their airside gate.
-  Passengers from gates 60-99 may either:
  (a) take checked bags with them and take escalator directly up to the AGT train station*,
  (b) or place checked baggage onto the baggage belt for transfer to the Main Terminal; while
-  Passengers from gates 1-29 should place checked luggage onto the baggage belt for transfer to the Main Terminal, and then proceed up the escalator, through security checkpoint, and then walk over to the AGT train station.
* The AGT elevated train will take you to the main Terminal - clearly marked with audio instructions - to Baggage Claims A or B.

TERMINAL DETAILS: (As a new 'South Terminal Complex' will soon start to be built - the current Main Terminal and its Terminals A & B will be considered as being the 'North Terminal Complex'.

The Main PassengerTerminal at Orlando International Airport is divided into Terminals A (north) with airside
gate satellites 1 & 2, and Terminal B (south) with airside gate satellites 3 & 4.  Free WiFi access is available throughout the termils (ID: 'Internet').  In the center of Level 3 is a food court, surrounded by restaurants & shops. At the east side is a fountain, with nearby information counter & currency exchange, leading to the East security checkpoint & gates 70-129.  At the west side, past the restaurant, is an information counter, ATM machine & currency exchange, leading to the West security checkpoint & gates 1-59.  The large new USO Center is at the west end of Main Terminal's  'A' side . It houses a children's area, quiet room, baggage storage & 80 inch TVs with DVD movie library.
- Levels 1 & 2 are Arrivals levels; level 3 is the ticketing & departures level.
- Separate East & West security checkpoints lead to the Airside satellites and their repective gates: West: gates 1-59; East: gates 70-129

Airline locations: 
 - A Side (west to east): 
Frontier, AeroMexico, Alaska, Caribbean, Swift Air, Aer Lingus, Azul, WestJet, Gol, Norwegian, Sunwing - with MagniCharters in the center - Miami Air, Virgin America, Avianca, Copa, JetBlue, Air Transat, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, Southwest.
 - B Side (west to east):  Silver Airways, Bahamasair, Spirit, Icelandair, United, American, British [none at center], Lufthansa, Thomas Cook, Volaris, LAN, TAM, Delta, Sun Country & Air Canada.

Terminal A (TA)  (both levels 1 & 2 are Arrivals levels with passport control and Customs facilities and offer other amenities & services, including counters for Airport information, and transportation, hotel and visitor information.
   Level 1 of TA houses Baggage Claim 8A, on-airport rental car counters, outside Maers taxis/ limos/ shuttles, and has access to City by Lynx City Bus and to resorts. The new 3,100 sq.ft USO Center is located at level 1, the west end.
    Level 2 of TA  houses baggage claim carousels 1-16 and a pet relief area.
Level 3 of TA houses Airline ticketing rows A, B, C & D, and after security check offers access to the gates: Airside 1 - gates 1-29;  Airside 2* - gates 100-129.  *The new and large Food Hall at Airside 2 with  six new dining concepts represents a relaxed outdoor patio feel with comfortable seating areas and power outlets.
NOTE: The North Ticket Lobby extesion started in July 2016,  by demolishing exterior walls towards the street and rebuilding them farther towards the curb for added space.
Terminal B 
    Level 1 of TB houses Baggage claim 28B and has access to Buses & Resort Transport; on-airport Rental car agencies and Mears taxis, towncars, limos & shuttles.
    Level 2 of TB houses baggage claim carousels 20-32, a currency exchange & pet relief area.
    Level 3 of TB houses airline ticketing rows E, F, G & H; and after security check offers access to the gates: Airside 3 - gates 30-59;  Airside 4 - gates 70-99. 'The Club at MCO' - a new pay-in, shared-use lounge at Airside 4, gate 91 -offers social and business-related amenities (a productivity Zone to conduct business, a quiet zone to relax, a social zone for dining or cocktails and a childen's zone.  Private restrooms with showers are also available.

The Capital Improvement Plan:
  - Preliminary construction started on Phase 1 of the new South Terminal complex.

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