Cheap Flights To Orlando


Orlando Offers

Book By Date 24 Oct 2017
Departing
Travel dates
Airlines
Price
  • Miami
    13 Aug 2017 - 23 Nov 2017
    American Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$108.00
    New York
    21 Jul 2017 - 26 Dec 2017
    Spirit Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$119.00
    New York
    13 Jul 2017 - 29 Nov 2017
    Jetblue Airways
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$156.00
    Los Angeles
    20 Jul 2017 - 18 Nov 2017
    Frontier Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$192.00
    Los Angeles
    19 Aug 2017 - 19 Nov 2017
    United Air Lines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$196.00
    Las Vegas
    15 Aug 2017 - 24 Sep 2017
    Frontier Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$210.00
    Los Angeles
    20 Aug 2017 - 24 Dec 2017
    American Airlines
    return per person includes taxes and feesfr$225.00
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If you’re looking to book cheap flights to Orlando to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime, look no further than Globehunters, where you’ll find the best deals on a number of popular fares from across the country.

Whether you’re travelling with youngsters, or are just a big kid at heart, Orlando is the perfect destination.

But don’t worry, there’s also plenty for grown-ups to enjoy in Orlando, far away from Mickey Mouse, Cinderella’s Castle and the many roller coasters and rides of the theme parks.

Of course, the theme parks are the main draw in the Orlando area, and while Walt Disney World is the most popular, be sure to check out the likes of SeaWorld and Universal Studios, home of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

If you’d rather take in some culture, head to the Winter Park History Museum, or the Museum of American Art for art lovers.

And further away from the city itself, you can take an airboat cruise and try to spot an alligator or two or take a hot air balloon ride above the orange groves.

This is just scratching the surface, and there’s plenty to see and do in Orlando, no matter how old or young you are!


Flying to Orlando

Here’s everything you’ll need to know when booking your flights to Orlando, including flight times and airlines.


Flight Times

The length of your flight to Orlando will depend upon where in the country you’re departing from, and whether you take a direct or indirect flight.

For example, from the West Coast, you can expect a flight to Orlando to take around 4-5 hours direct, whereas flights from the East Coast will be as little as 2-3 hours.

Of course, indirect flights will take longer, although you may be able to find a much cheaper deal by doing so.


Airlines That Fly to Orlando

Various airlines operate domestic services from around the US to Orlando, including:

- Spirit
- Frontier
- American Airlines
- Delta
- JetBlue
- United
- Alaska


The Airport(s)

Orlando is served by two airports, both of which are served by domestic flights:

- Orlando International Airport (MCO)
- Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)

Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Orlando International is the main airport serving the Orlando area, with both domestic and international flights arriving here.

The airport is located about 13 miles south of Orlando city center, and 20 miles east of Lake Buena Vista, the home of the Walt Disney World Resort.

Regular Lynx buses run to Downtown Orlando, a journey which takes around 40 minutes and a single ticket will cost you just $2.

If you’re heading to the Disney resort, you can jump on the Disney Magical Express, which offers free transport to their hotels if you’re staying there, although this has to be pre-booked.

If you’d rather take a cab, taxis are found outside the airport but will cost around $35.

Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)

Fewer domestic airlines fly into Sanford airport, and it’s more popular with European visitors, but those flying with Allegiant Air will arrive here.

This airport is a lot smaller and a lot further away than Orlando International, located about 23 miles northeast of Downtown Orland, and 46 miles northeast of the Disney resort.

Unfortunately, there are no public buses into Orlando, and a cab will cost you about $71 to Downtown Orlando, $105 to International Drive and $129 in Walt Disney World.

You may wish to hire your own car, companies such as Dollar, Hertz, Thrifty and Alamo all have offices at the airport.


10 Orlando Must-Dos

If visiting Orlando for the first time, you may be overwhelmed with how much there is to see and do, so here are ten things which we think are must-dos during your stay.

- Walt Disney World Resort
- Universal Orlando Resort
- Discovery Cove
- Wet ‘N Wild Orlando
- SeaWorld Orlando
- Harry P. Leu Gardens
- Orlando Science Center
- Old Town
- Blue Man Group
- Orlando Museum of Art