Airport Maps & Terminal Guide
Food, Shops & Amenities
MCO terminal amenities include free WiFi access throughout the airport. Aside from food & drink, ATMs, currency exchange - the airport offers a large USO Center at the west end (A side), housing a children's area, quiet room, baggage storage & 80 inch TVs with DVD movie library.
The Club MCO at Airside 1 is open 5am-11pm with seating for 60 guests. Seating is divided into zones for relaxing, resting, productivity, free food & beverage; refresh zone with shower, and kids zone play area.
A listing of airlines serving Orlando airport can be viewed by terminal or by airline.
Parking facilities are located away from the main terminals and are accessible by shuttle bus.
Maps, Airlines & Amenities
Orlando Airport (MCO) Terminals
Getting Around the Airport
The elevated AGT train shuttle from the main terminal connects to all four Airside Satellites 1 through 4 at post-security. See the MCO airport map to get an idea how the terminals are oriented and connected.
Expedited processing: CEAR Registered Travel Program, TSA Pre-check (Trusted Traveler Program), Global Entry, Mobile Passport Control, and APC kiosks (automated passport control) are available.
Need a car? Rental cars at Orlando Airport are widely available and are all walking-distance from the main terminal A&B.
The arrangement of the terminals at Orlando airport consists of two connected terminals, A & B, with each having two separate concourses (Airside 1 & 2, and 3 & 4). Refer to the Orlando airport map for reference to individual terminals and Airsides.
The main terminal complex at Orlando Airport has three levels:
- Level 1 serves Ground Transportation
- Level 2 houses the Baggage claim
- Level 3 divides the area by ticket counters and gates and leads via escalators & elevators down to the Food Court, flanked on both sides by other dining and shopping options, with currency exchanges and separate east and west security checkpoints* leading to either gates 1-59 (west) or 70-129 (east).
- The northern part of Level 3 houses ticket counters /check-in facilities A, B, C, D, with elevator/ escalator access to the common Food Court and other dining and shopping options, currency exchange, and with Security checkpoint for east gates 100-129 & west gates 1-29.
- The southern part of Orlando airport terminal Level 3 houses ticket counters /check-in facilities E, F, G, H, with elevator/ escalator access to common Food Court, dining and shopping options, currency exchange, and with access to security checkpoint and gates 30-59 and 70-99.
The two Security checkpoints reached from Level 3 via escalators/ elevators are located at (a) east of center for gates 70-129 and 70-99 and (b) - west of center for both gates 1-59.
- A & B check-in areas lead to Security Checkpoint to gates 1-29
- C & D check-in areas lead to Security Checkpoint to gates 100-129
- E & G check-in areas lead to Security Checkpoint to gates 30-59
- G & H check-in areas lead to Security Checkpoint to gates 70-99
International Arrivals & Transfers
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 the escalator directly up 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.
(b) or place checked baggage onto the baggage belt for transfer to the Main Terminal; while
Passengers from gates 1-29 should place checked baggage onto the baggage belt for transfer to the Main Terminal, and then proceed up the escalator, through the security checkpoint, and then walk over to the AGT train station.