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Orlando has been in the business of moving people around for a long time. As the nation’s only quinti-modal hub, the Orlando region accelerates connectivity options via road, sea, air, rail and even space. The region sits at the crossroads of Florida’s highway network, serving as a hub for distribution for residents and visitors.
Orlando is proving itself to be among the most progressive, forward-looking regions in the country with approximately $10 transportation investment projects underway in the region.
$10B+ Transportation Infrastructure Investments
3 Major Ports Less Than 2 Hours Away
7 International Airports Within 100 Miles
Interstate-4 Ultimate Project
Orlando International Airport Expansion
Miami-Orlando Virgin Trains Expansion
Port Canaveral Expansions
LYNX Route Additions
Florida Central Railroad
A central Destination.
Air Access, Anytime.
The seven-county Orlando region is home to seven international airports as well as a community of general aviation airports including Orlando Executive Airport and Kissimmee Gateway Airport.
175+ Non-Stop Destinations: Orlando to the World
Orlando International Airport Is The Busiest Airport In Florida
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, 2019
MCO is No. 3 For Origin and Destination Traffic in U.S.
MCO is No. 1 in Customer Satisfaction
J.D. Power & Associates, 2018
Orlando International Airport (MCO)
MCO offers more flights to more places than any other airport in Florida.
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
Employees and executives can enjoy a unique selection of destinations at the nation’s most affordable airport, SFB.
Orlando Executive Airport (OEA)
OEA provides 24-hour service through two fixed base operators, an FAA air traffic control tower and full ILS capability.
Kissimmee Gateway Airport
General aviation air service with two paved runways, three Fixed-Based Operators, flight training schools, new T-hangars and box hangars.
Leesburg International Airport
Leesburg International Airport, located 35 miles northwest of Orlando, is the central hub for transportation and business in this growing part of Central Florida.
Daytona International Airport (DAB)
A modern facility with a 10,500 ft. runway that offers direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.