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Nashville International Airport (BNA) will be the starting point for flights from Nashville to Orlando. The airport is located right off Interstate 40 about 10 miles east from the heart of Nashville, and is a hub for American Airlines. Although lower cost transportation is available, taxis offer a flat rate of $25 from the Downtown area to BNA, making it an affordable option. Grab something to eat in the airport before you board Nashville to Orlando flights. From a quick bite at Popeye's or Wendy's to a more relaxed sit down dining experience at La Hacienda or O'Charley's, BNA has you covered without the hassles of an additional stop on your way out of town. Pack some sandals and shorts if you're traveling in the winter to Orlando. Although the temperatures aren't as hot, you'll appreciate less humidity.
Flights from Nashville to Orlando end at Orlando International Airport (MCO), the only commercial airport in Orlando. Within 20 miles of the Disney World Resort, your family vacation is near at hand. Don't forget to look into LEGOLAND, Universal Orlando, or Aquatica for even more family-friendly options. While Wet 'n Wild is classic, and Disney World offers water parks, Aquatica is a different kind of waterpark incorporating wildlife such as dolphins into a unique experience. Shuttles routinely circle MCO, providing direct access to Downtown, Witner Park/Maitland, Lake Buena Vista, and anything with "Disney" written on it. With all the theme parks and attractions Orlando has to offer, your family is almost guaranteed a great time.