Orlando Sanford International Airport SFB -
situated in Central Florida -
caters primarily to vacationers arriving on British charters (Orlando Sanford Airport is managed by British company TBI plc) and by low-cost Allegiant Airline. It is currently the fastest-growing U.S. airport in the 2-5 million passengers a year category. (The Aviation Code SFB also translates to 'simpler, faster, better').
Sanford Airport provides state-of-the-art facilities and excellent highway access to Florida's famous beaches and to all Orlando areas. SFB Airport is within Sanford city limits - 18 miles northeast of of Orlando,
off Route 46, andwest of Interstate Hwy. I-95 & State Hwy 417, and east of I-4.
As SFB is situated between Orlando and Daytona Beach - it takes on average 50 minutes to get to either destination.
With four runways and over 2.5M passengers in 2016, Sanford Airport is served by Allegiant Airways to numerous U.S. destinations, and by international commercial airlines & charters.
On-Airport Hotel: A 4-level, 110-room Hampton Inn by Hilton hotel is to be completed by Spring 2018.
Orlando Sanford International Airport two passenger terminals.
Orlando Sanford Airport is only served by low-cost Airlines and the vast majority of flights are offered by Allegiant.