Orlando International Airport (MCO)

The Orlando is one of 408 airports with scheduled flights in the United States. With annually 218580 movements, 21.62 m passengers and 202416 tons of cargo (2020)it does not belong to the biggest airports in the country. The biggest airport by passenger amounts in the country is Pittsburgh International Airport.

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Facts about Orlando International Airport

Timezone:Eastern Standard Time (UTC -5)


Passengers:22 m p.a. (2020)
Cargo:202,416 t p.a. (2020)
Movements:218,580 p.a. (2020)
Nonstop destinations:102
Longest runway:12,005 ft (3,659.1 m)


Longitude:81.30900 W
Latitude:28.42940 N
Height:96 ft (29.3 m)

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Lakeland Linder International Airport (LAL)85.0 km
Zephyrhills Municipal Airport (ZPH)86.0 km
Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB)87.0 km
Avon Park Executive Airport (AVO)96.0 km
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