By Air: TheOrlando International Airport (MCO) is Orlando's primary major airport, located in Southeast Orlando the airport serves as an international gateway to the Mid Florida region. Orlando International is one the busiest and largest airports in the State of Florida, so finding a direct flight to Orlando should be fairly easy. All major U.S. airlines and major U.S. discount carriers fly into Orlando, as well as many foreign carriers such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Copa Airlines, Aer Lingus, TAM, Air Canada, and Lufthansa just to name a few. Flying into Orlando should generally be very easy and enjoyable experience; while the airport can indeed be very busy at times, it has a very efficient traveler-friendly hub layout that has often been praised by many industry leaders and has excellent on-time flight records. All travelers enter and exit the airport from the Main Terminal which is divided into Terminal A and Terminal B. Both terminals are symmetrically identical so following signage is very important or you may end up on the wrong side. The main terminal is further divided into an East Atrium and West Hall from which passengers go through the security checkpoints and proceed on an elevated tram-system to one of the four air-side terminals. The airport facility itself is very pleasing to the eyes with art and landscaping, and has many shops, cafes, restaurants, and a Hyatt Regency hotel (located inside the airport).

For Hire Ground Transportation: Both taxi cab and shuttle services are available when traveling to/from the airport and throughout the Orlando metro area. There are various companies offering airport shuttle services on a continual basis (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), including Airport Transportation Orlando & Port Canaveral, Quicksilver Tours & TransportationOrlando TransportationVIP-MiR CabOrlando Airport VanMotor TransportationAccess Line Transportation, Mears, SuperShuttle, and others. Individual rates vary by provider, distance traveled, and destination. In addition, many airport area hotels also offer courtesy airport shuttle services to their respective hotels. (For WDW resorts, please see below)

Car Rental: The airport is serviced by all major car rental carriers, most of which have desks and vehicles immediately available at the main terminal, others may require boarding a bus that will transport you to their private facilities. For a list of car rental companies that service Orlando International Airport click here.

Public Transportation: Lynx is Orlando's public transportation system, there is a sub-station at the airport, with direct services to various areas including  DownTown Orlando and the International Drive resort area.  Other places can be reached by making (free) transfers.

Disney Resort Hotel Guests: Guests with room reservations at Walt Disney World owned-and-operated resorts are entitled to complimentary round-trip motorcoach airport transportation via Disney's Magical Express (Operated by Mears Transportation). Guests must make advance reservations for this complimentary service by contacting Disney Reservations (407-W-DISNEY), the Disney's Magical Express service also includes a courtesy automatic luggage claim and delivery service directly to the guest's Disney resort hotel room (Operated via BAGS, Inc), this service must also be arranged in advance via Disney Reservations (407-W-DISNEY) at the time that transportation reservations are made.

By Car: The main highways in Orlando are Interstate 4, the East-West Expressway (Toll 408), the Beachline (Toll 528), the Central Florida Greeneway (Toll 417), and the Florida Turnpike. In Orlando there are many different highways and major roadways that will get you around the city. It is recommended that you purchase a good up-to-date map of the Metro Orlando area or reliable GPS program prior to arriving in Orlando, note that GPS is not recommend for directions to theme parks as most theme parks have clearly marked signage and special roadways that lead to guest parking entrances, GPS directions may lead you to a backstage service area instead of the correct guest entrance. Traffic can be challenging in Orlando, especially on I-4 since it is primary highway in Orlando that serves locals, especially during rush hours, so be sure to bring lots of patience and always drive defensively. Also be sure to carry spare cash and change for toll plazas, unless you have an E-Pass (or Sun Pass) which can come in very handy.

By Train: The Orlando Amtrak Station is located near Downtown Orlando. This is a full-service station with a staffed ticketing desk, luggage check service, and an indoor waiting area. It is recommended that you arrange transportation in advance at the Amtrak Station for convenience. You can also call a taxi cab on-site by calling Yellow Cab at 407-422-2222.  Smaller secondary stations are located in Winter Park and Kissimmee that also serve the Orlando metro area.

By Greyhound Bus: TheOrlando Greyhound Bus Station is located on John Young Parkway near Downtown Orlando. Unfortunately this is not the best part of town so be sure to arrange transportation in advance or hop on a cab as soon as you leave the station. This is a full-service station and is open 24 hours.

By Private Plane/Executive Jet: The Orlando Executive Airport near Downtown Orlando and the Kissimmee Gateway Airport are the primary landing sites for private general aviation and executive jets.