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The airport itself has two long-term lots located on the northern and southern sides of the airport, as well as short-term options if you’re picking up an arrival or heading off on a short trip.

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Provide contact and payment information, and complete your airport parking reservation.

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However, if you’d rather save your dollars and choose an off-site lot for parking your car, then we can help you pick the one that is right for you, whether you’re looking to self-park or would rather choose a valet option

Once your travel plans are all in place, reserve your parking early on to ensure that your trip goes as smoothly as possible.


Parking options at MCO

For anyone waiting to pick up a passenger arriving at MCO, there are two Cell Phone lots: one just north of Terminal Garage A, and another next to the South Park Place lot.

The northern Cell Phone lot is free, whereas the southern one is only free for up to two hours, costing $4 for 2–3 hours, and $10 for the day.

To stay for longer, there is a range of independent, off-site parking lots roughly 1 mile north of the airport, located on Narcoossee Road or just off South Semoran Boulevard.

On Narcoossee Road, you’ll find Jetway Parking, Park n Leave, Park Me Fly, and Signature Airport Parking.

The other five lots are just off South Semoran Boulevard: Park ‘N Go, WallyPark Premier Airport Parking, Xpress Airport Parking, Renaissance Orlando Airport, and Orlando Airport Marriott.

All nine lots offer self-parking options, and eight of these also offer valet parking solutions. They all have free shuttle services to take you to and from the airport, and are open 24 hours a day to suit your schedule.

The various lots have different payment methods: some require the fee upfront at booking, whereas others charge a small percentage upfront, with the rest payable when you arrive. Some offer additional services, including a car wash while you are away, or luggage assistance. Look out for all of this information, as well as the shuttle times, when you make your booking.



Orlando International Airport

Orlando International AirportThe second busiest airport in Florida, Orlando International (MCO) is a gateway to a range of locations across the US and the rest of the world. In 2015, MCO welcomed 38.8 million passengers through its doors.

The airport is one of four US hubs for Silver Airways, and is also a focus city for Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Frontier Airlines.


MCO’s top destinations for both domestic and international flights are:

MCO hub
  • Atlanta, USA (ATL)
  • São Paulo, Brazil (GRU)
  • Toronto, Canada (YYZ)
  • Panama City, Panama (PTY)
  • Philadelphia, USA (PHL)
  • New York – John F. Kennedy, USA (JFK)
  • Chicago – O’Hare, USA (ORD)
  • Bogotá, Colombia (BOG)
  • Newark, USA (EWR)
  • London – Gatwick, UK (LGW)


Historical MCO

Historical OrlandoOrlando International Airport has undergone several transformations since it opened as Orlando Army Air Field #2 in 1942.

Already on its second official name by 1959, it was renamed the McCoy Air Force Base in honor of Col. McCoy, who had died the previous year during the SAC Bombing and Navigation competition.

While airline flights were being conducted on part of the facility from the early 60s, its military operations ceased in the 70s, and the base was closed in 1975. The airport has continued to service domestic and overseas civilian travels ever since, with an IATA code to commemorate its third iteration: MCO.



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