If you’re flying into or out of Orlando, you’ll probably be touching down or taking off from either Orlando International Airport (MCO) or Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). They have very similar names, so what’s the difference between Orlando SFB vs. MCO?
Orlando International Airport
Orlando International Airport (MCO) isn’t just central Florida’s busiest airport — it’s also the busiest in the entire state of Florida and eleventh-busiest in the United States. During 2017 alone, MCO handled 44,611,265 passengers. It’s also one of the largest commercial airports in the United States.
That might be due to its convenient placement, located just six miles from downtown Orlando and close to most major tourist destinations. As such, MCO runs regular services abroad, with just a few of its international destinations including:
- London/Gatwick, England
- Oslo, Norway
- Paris/de Gaulle, France
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- San Jose, Costa Rica
It’s a hub for Silver Airways and a focus city for Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, and Spirit. Its top five airlines are:
Orlando Sanford International Airport
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) is smaller than MCO, but it’s still the Orlando area’s secondary commercial airport. SFB is not as tourist-focused since it’s farther from downtown and the major theme parks, so it should be no surprise that most of its traffic is domestic via Allegiant Air, which uses SFB as a focus city.
A few other airlines include:
- Sun Country Airlines
- Surinam Airways
- TUI Airways
- TUI fly Netherlands
Our Modern Fleet Can Take You to and from All Orlando Area Airports
Whether you need to catch a red-eye from SFB to Las Vegas or arrive in the MCO business lounge early before a flight to the UK, our modern fleet can be of service.
Sedans and SUVs
- Lincoln Continental
- Mercedes-Benz S-Class
- Cadillac Escalade
- Chevy Suburban
- Cadillac XTS
- Limousine-Style Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
- Turtle Top
- Executive-Style Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
- 24-Passenger Executive Bus
- 39- to 43-Passenger Executive Bus
- 55-Passenger Motor Coach
Special Occasion Vehicles
- 30-Passenger Trolley
- 36-Passenger Limousine Style Party Bus
We Can Handle Your Orlando-Area Airport Travel Needs!
If you need to arrange first-class airport transportation, we’re the people to talk to. If you’re visiting Daytona Beach and need to know the closest airports to the city, use our handy guide to plan your travels. We also have a handy airport guide for those visiting Cocoa Beach. Contact us today to find out more!