Orlando International Airport
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Orlando International Airport Amenities

Disabled Access

Orlando International Airport (MCO) provides access to its services to all passengers. From check-in to boarding the aircraft passengers remain on one floor. Elevators take people to the Baggage Claim on Level 2 and to Ground Transportation on Level 1.

An Automated People Mover that is a roll on/roll off train system takes people to Terminals "A" and "B" and the Airside Terminals (gate areas). Moving walkways take people from the parking garages to and throughout the Main Terminal.

Wheel chairs can be arranged for by directly contacting your airline. Porters/Skycaps will help with requirements like carrying luggage and pushing wheelchairs. You can also ask your cheap MCO car rental agency about disability options they may have.


If you want to relax and stretch out many airlines offer their own lounges. United Airlines' lounge facility, United Club, is available to anyone with any ticket class, provided they hold a Priority Pass membership.

Art Program

Orlando International Airport is well known for its amazing permanent art collection. A walking tour of the works will allow you to see a great number of paintings, murals and sculptures created by local and regional artists.

The airport also joins with the National Arts Program Foundation to co-sponsor an annual Share the Art program. Through this program airport employees and their family members are given the opportunity to display their artistic talents and to compete for cash prizes.

Electronic Needs

Both terminal buildings at Orlando Airport offer lots of travel amenities. If you need to get to the Internet there is Wi-Fi access throughout the passenger areas. There are also seated workstations with an AC outlet and a lap table available for business travellers. Be sure to bring your cell phone and contact your cheap MCO car rental agency from the airport.


Much as you'd like to take it, your pet can't come to the airport unless it's a working dog or is contained in a pet transport carrier. These animals have their own "relief" areas in both terminals.

Medical Help

No one wants to get hurt or sick while travelling but if you need expert help there is a Solantic walk-in medical clinic in Terminal "A".


If you want your shoes to gleam make your way to Terminal "A".