Airport Navigation Guide: Orlando International Airport (MCO)
The gateway to Florida family fun, Orlando International Airport (MCO) has ranked many times on the top of the list for mega-airport customer satisfaction. It’s not hard to see why. From its informative website, user-friendly downloadable app, ease of on-site navigation, and much more, MCO keeps travelers happy through and through.
Referred to as your own “personal MCO assistant,” the MCO app available on both Google Play and the App Store, keeps travelers up-to-date on useful information such as security wait times, flight delays, parking, ground transportation, Disney sites information, and more. It also includes terminal walking directions so you can never get lost.
Where and How?
With 154 destinations, MCO keeps busy with more than 50 million passengers a year on average. Getting to and from the airport is also easy – not only do many hotels offer ground transportation service, there are a plethora of other ways to get to your flight without delay. Dav El|BostonCoach offers ground transportation via its mobile app and website, resulting in safe, reliable, and professional travel, especially if you have little ones in tow and full of fun-in-the sun excitement and Mickey Mouse dreams!
Map it out!
If you don’t travel a lot or prefer to have your travels all mapped out ahead of time, MCO’s website (and app) provides a helpful map that can guide you from check-in to your gate. You can also locate and choose from numerous restaurants and shops to keep everyone happy and fed. Plus, the vibrant art selections throughout the terminals provide good conversation topics for any length of wait time or layover.
What’s on The Radio?
A unique feature of MCO is its dedicated radio station, FlyMCO 105.1 HD2. A blend of today’s hits plus pertinent airport information, the station is a nice additional feature to the other benefits of flying through MCO. Plus, it saves the battery on your iPhone for while you are in flight instead.