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Airlines Serving Orlando International Airport

Althought Orlando International Airport (MCO) is not a hub for any airlines, it still serves as a focus city for three major U.S. companies. Southwest Airlines is the busiest carrier serving passengers at MCO Airport. Based in Texas, Southwest Airlines is actually the biggest low cost airline carrier in the United States. The company's airplanes fly to more than 30 destinations from Orlando International Airport. Most of the Southwest Airlines flights are to the Midwest, Southern, and Eastern regions of the country. Examples of destinations include Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, and Phoenix. Southwest Airplanes pick up passengers at the Airside 2 part of Terminal A. Southwest Airlines official ticket desk is located in section D on the third floor of Terminal A.

Southwest Airlines also operates service for its subsidiary company AirTran Airways. The AirTran Airways is a low cost carrier supplementing Southwest Airlines domestic destinations. You can find AirTran Airways airplanes at Terminal B. The company's ticket desk is located at the G section on the third floor of Terminal B.

Orlando International Airport is a focus city for JetBlue Airways, a major low cost American airline. JetBlue Airways mostly offers flights to Northeast destinations such as to New York State, and New England region. Additionally, the low cost airline is a popular option for getting to Caribbean destinations such as the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and Dominican Republic. JetBlue Airways planes wait to pick up passengers at Airside 1 of Terminal A. Tickets for JetBlue Airways can be purchased at section C on the third floor of Terminal A.

Another low cost carrier that calls Orlando International Airport a focus city is Frontier Airlines. The Denver based airline offers flights between Orlando and destinations in Colorado, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Frontier Airlines operates flights from Airside 4 in Terminal B. You can find the airline's ticket counter on Terminal B's third level.

United Airlines, one of the largest airlines in America and the world, offers several flights from Orlando International Airport. The giant airline company has jets flying to major U.S. cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles, Newark, and Houston. You can get on United Airlines flights at Airside 3 of Terminal B. For United Airlines tickets, passengers should go to the third floor of Terminal B.

Some major international airlines serving Orlando International Airport include flag carriers such as Aer Lingus (Irish), Lufthansa (German), and British Airways. These international carriers operate in Terminal B.

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