Getting Around MCO

Getting Around MCO

Getting Around MCO

Getting around MCO is easy. To get to the Main Terminal, follow the directions on signage to the shuttle station. The Main terminal, where airline counters, baggage claim, rental cars, shops, restaurants, hotel, and ground transportation can all be found, is open to the public as well as passengers.

Take the Shuttle to the Main Terminal

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Getting to the Main Terminal takes about? a minute. On the train, observe the signs and listen to instructions directing you to either baggage claim A or B. The shuttle arrives on Level 3 of the Main Terminal.

Baggage Claim

You will take the stairs, escalator, or elevator down to the Arrivals/Baggage Claim on Level 2 and check monitors to determine which baggage carousel is for your flight.

Leaving the Airport

There is curbside pickup by private car on Level 2 and Rental cars, Shuttle, taxis, and busses on Level 1.

Terminal Link

Similar to those connecting Terminals A & B to Gates 1-129, the Terminal Link (APM) Station connects passengers to and from Terminals A & B and the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport. During its four-minute trip, the ride provides scenic views of the airfield, gates 70-99, and the Air Traffic Control Tower. Between Gates 70-129 and Terminal B airline check-in desks in Terminals A & B, there is a station on Level 3 between the security checkpoint and the airline check-in desk.

Train Stations

The Train Station spans about 1.3 million square feet and includes the Terminal Link (APM) Station, as well as up to three regional rail systems – SunRail commuter rail, Brightline inter-city rail, and possibly a third system for the International Drive/Convention Center area. Additionally, it will facilitate ground transportation options such as taxis, shuttle buses, and public bus operations. With Brightline’s stations in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Aventura, and Miami, you can easily travel to popular destinations in South Florida. And in 2023, even more opportunities will open up with the addition of a Brightline station at MCO.

There are 16 stations on SunRail‘s 49-mile system, and a bus link to MCO is available throughout Volusia, Seminole, Orange, and Osceola counties. The direct rail link to MCO is a priority for the City of Orlando and the airport, and although no date has been released, it is part of SunRail’s future development plans.