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Orlando International Airport - (407)825-2001 - by far the largest airport near Orlando and Kissimmee, this is the main hub for tourists.
OrlandoSanford International Airport - (407)322-7771 - Located in Sanford Florida, about 40 minutes drive North of Orlando.
Orlando Excecutive Airport - (407)894-9831 - this airport serves smaller aircraft and corporate jets.
Kissimmee Municipal Airport - (407)847-4600
Some Airlines to Orlando and their Toll Free U.S. Numbers - Reservations
The airline list above is not comprehensive.
Rental Car Companies Toll-Free (U.S.A.) Numbers
If you are a AAA member, make sure to mention it when making reservations at the above numbers; you can save alot of money! Also, if you visit the rental car company websites or those of other travel websites, you may find different prices than the rental car company telephone quotes.
LYNX - (407) 841-8240 - This is the public transportation system for Orlando and surrounding communities. Departures from Orlando International airport to:
Universal Studios - Take the LYNX #11 to downtown Orlando and transfer to the LYNX #21 to Universal.
Sea World - Take the LYNX #42 directly to Sea World.
Walt Disney World - Also take the LYNX #42 to Sea World, then transfer to the LYNX #50 to the Magic Kingdom.
I-Ride Trolley - this popular tourist trolley goes up and down the International Drive tourist area through some amazingly good factory outlet store malls and other shopping, dining and entertainment. The Main Line route begins service at Prime Outlets Orlando and travels southbound on a circular route to Orlando Premium Outlets. The Green Line begins service in the Major Blvd. area and will encompass Kirkman Road and Universal Blvd. as it continues down to Orlando Premium Outlets. Don't miss the Festival Bay shopping mall too!
Hours 8:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. daily. Trolleys travel throughout the International Drive Resort Area servicing 100 convenient locations approximately every 20 minutes. (Hours subject to change.)
Single cash fare $1.00. Senior cash fare is $0.25 cents. (age 65 and over). Drivers do not carry cash. Exact fare is required. $1.00 bills accepted.
KIDS RIDE FREE (age 12 and under when accompanied by a paying adult).
Unlimited ride passes are available as follows:
One Day Pass: $3.00 per person
Three Day Pass: $5.00 per person
Five Day Pass: $7.00 per person
Seven Day Pass: $9.00 per person
Fourteen Day Pass: $16.00 per person
Transfers are FREE! Passes are not sold on trolleys. Passes are consecutive day use.
Unlimited Ride Passes are sold at over 100 locations within the International Drive Resort Area and from the I-RIDE Sales Office.
Each I-RIDE Trolley seats 41 riders, 54 total capacity, including two wheelchair positions and an ADA-specified hydraulic lift system, weight restrictions apply. (Maximum weight, including passenger and vehicle, is 800 lbs. Width restriction is 33" wide and height restriction is 51" tall.)
SunCoast Beach Trolley - (St. Petersburg to Indian Rocks Beach) (727)530-9911 - runs every 30 minutes 5:45 am to 9:30 pm, every day (subject to change without notice) See their site for stop & schedule times.
When taking a taxi from Orlando International Airport (OIA) you can get an estimate of how much your trip will cost before you get in the cab from the supervisor at the taxi stand in front of the airport. Of course individual fares will vary, as will those to the hotels, but your taxi fare should be in the neighborhood of the estimate given at the airport. There are so many taxi companies servicing the airport, there is no need to list them here, just go to the taxi stand.
The following are some of the bus and limo companies that travel from and to Orlando International Airport.
We now only list services with a website or an e-mail address. The list above of limousine and bus companies is not comprehensive. We don't recommend any of them and have no affiliations with them.
Amtrak - 1(800)872-7245 or 1(800)USA-RAIL - America's only national passenger rail service has stations in Orlando, Kissimmee and Winter Park. With increasingly cancelled flights and delays at the airports and congested highways, this has become a more attractive option.
The lists above are by no means comprehensive as there are numerous other companies (which we haven't heard about yet). Enjoy your trip!
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