Orlando International Airport: MCO
Orlando Airport MCO Address:
1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd
Orlando, FL 32827
Orlando International Airport (MCO) located in Orlando; in Orange County, Florida; is the closest commercial airport to Orlando's world-class attractions, the Orange County Convention Center, and the downtown business district.
For Hotels near Orlando International Airport call toll free 800-327-1390
Orlando International Airport official site:
http://www.orlandoairports.net/. The airport phone number is (407) 825-2001.
Many travelers, especially those on business, prefer to stay in close proximity to the airport. Orlando is a great city to visit, however, if you're in town on business, it may not be in your best interest to make a special trip into the city with a gerat deal on a car rental.
If this is the case, there are a number of rental options around each airport.
Deciding where to stay on your trip? There are hundreds of hotels in our region, but if you want to stay near the airport and are looking for nearby hotels, check out this listing, which has links to most of the hotel chain's Web sites.
If you'll be needing a rental car, there are many companies to choose from at Orlando Airport MCO. On this page you'll find locations, phone numbers and links to their Web sites.
For Hotels near Orlando International Airport call 800-327-1390 or by going to the airport hotels section.
The airport began during World War II as Pinecastle Army Airfield, an auxiliary airfield to Orlando Army Air Base, now known as Orlando Executive Airport. At the end of the war, Pinecastle was briefly used for unpowered glide tests of the Bell X-1 from B-29 aircraft before the program moved to Muroc Army Airfield in California — now Edwards AFB — for the world's first supersonic flight. Briefly placed in caretaker status, the base was reactivated during the Korean War for use as a Strategic Air Command (SAC) facility for B-47 Stratojet and KC-97 Stratotanker aircraft. As an Air Force facility, it was renamed Pinecastle AFB.
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