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You can find James Cox Dayton International (DAY) Airport approximately nine miles north of downtown Dayton, OH. Dayton International Airport Access Road is the main transit route connecting to DAY, and you can reach this airport via roadways such as I-70, I-75, US-42 and OH-229. Flight times are usually about two hours when you fly from James Cox Dayton International to Orlando International (MCO). Your destination airport, MCO, is situated nine miles from central Orlando, FL. Rental cars and public transportation can travel from the airport via I-4, SR-417, SR-436 and SR-528.
Home to the famous Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando theme parks, the Orlando area also has many other attractions to offer. You can shop at the vast Florida Mall, observe alligators at Gatorland and sea creatures at Sea World, view exhibits at the Orlando Museum of Art and Orlando Science Center and see live theater performances at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre or Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts.
Orlando International Airport features local and international artwork throughout its terminals and houses various shops and eateries. More than 100,000 hotels are in the Orlando area, and a good number of these are located within five miles of the airport. You can expect mild temperatures and a dry climate when traveling to Orlando between October and April. Hot, humid and sometimes rainy weather dominates from May through September.