Orlando International Airport

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Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the primary airport serving the Orlando metro area. It is the second-busiest airport in the state of Florida, and the largest airport serving Central Florida.
The Orlando area is the most popular travel destination in the United States, with over 50 million visitors every year. As a result, Orlando International Airport serves a large number of destinations nationwide, including almost every large and medium-sized city east of the Mississippi River and several major hubs in the Western United States. International flights are limited, unless flying to Canada or the U.K. International connections are made by flying through an airline's hub or by connecting (or driving about 3½ hours) to Miami International Airport—which ranks second in the U.S. by international passenger traffic with its extensive connections within the Americas and to Europe.



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