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The cheapest flights to Orlando were $86 for round trip flights and $43 for one-way flights in the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the premiere destination for international flights to Orlando. The immense popularity of the many amusement parks in and around the Orlando metropolitan area makes this the second-busiest airport in Florida. Orlando International services many cities the world-over including Paris, Bogota, Frankfurt, Toronto, and London. Some of the airport's convenience lies in the complimentary shuttle between the airport and Disneyland resort hotels called the Magical Express. They will even deliver your luggage to the resort ahead of time. Buses are available from terminal stations for travelers departing on cruises from Port Canaveral. Ground transportation is available from Orlando flights in the form of the city's abundant car rental services and Lynx buses.
There are two major weather concerns to pay particular attention to when scheduling flights to Orlando. The hurricane season generally falls between May and September, and lightning storms tend to hit Florida between April and October. This is the off-season for planning flights to Orlando anyway, since temperatures are especially hot and the air is uncomfortably humid. The best time to visit Orlando is during the winter and early spring. While this is a very busy time for the city, with tourists flocking in massive hordes, it is an excellent time to experience milder temperatures with plenty of Florida sunshine.
The most popular way to get around Orlando is to rent a car. Many popular and worthwhile attractions are spread out across the sprawling city, and could be a nuisance to access by relying solely on public transportation. The bus system within Orlando operates under two groupings. The first is the Lynx system, which costs $2 for a ticket and transfer pass. The Lynx will take you around most of the Orlando metro area. The Lymmo bus is free, operating in the Downtown area. The I-Ride trolley is a great way for tourists to get around Orlando, having many routes focused between major attractions.
Orlando flights continue to sell, mainly because of its cluster of family-oriented parks including the world famous Disney World Resort, SeaWorld, and LEGOLAND.
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