Door-to-door - The best option is to book online and in advance the transfer to or from the airport so you will have your own driver waiting for you and you don't have to negotiate prices with cabs or transfer companies. You can get from 65 USD a vehicle for 3 people. There are also 5 and 6-seater cars and minibuses for 8 passengers.
Ride-sharing and Taxis - Uber, Lyft and Wingz may pick-up passengers at Terminals A and B, at the ends of the Arrivals curb (Level 2).
Taxi - Stands are situated on level 1. The trip to downtown Orlando takes 20 minutes and has a fare of USD38.00-45.00. Official operators are Ace Metro/Luxury Cab (Tel +1 407 855 1111), Diamond Cab (Tel +1 407 523 3333), Quick Cab (Tel +1 407 447 1444), Town & Country Transport (Tel +1 407 828 3035), Mears Taxi Yellow/City Cab (Tel +1 407 422 2222).
On the other hand, in the city centre, there is a Greyhound station (Tel +1 800 231 2222), where you can board buses to locations throughout the country.
On the ground transportation level of both terminals, there are also minibus services provided by Mears Transportation Group (Tel +1 407 423 5566), heading to different destinations inside the Orlando area, and private operators that offer transportation to locations inside Alachua, Lake, Marion, Flagler, Volusia, Highlands, Polk and Brevard counties and the beaches. Fares to downtown Orlando vary between USD20.00 and USD32.00.
Train - Public buses connect the airport with Sand Lake Road Station, from SunRail (Tel +1 855 724 5411). Trains operate Mondays through Fridays between 5:30 am and 9:30 pm and head to DeBary Station, Sanford, Lake Mary, Longwood, Altamonte Springs, Maitland, Winter Park, Lynx Central, Orlando Health/Amtrak, Meadow Woods, Tupperware, Kissimmee and Poinciana. Tickets cost USD2.00-5.00 and the entire trip takes 1 hour.
Inside the city, there is also an Amtrak station (Tel +1 800 872 7245 / 215 856 7924), which can be accessed via Lynx's line 11. There you can board services to New York, Washington DC, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville and Tampa.
Universal’s SuperStar Shuttle is in Terminal A, Level 1 (Ground Transportation)
Terminal A: Commercial Lane spaces A30-A33
Other Local Hotels also provide complimentary transportation to/from Orlando International Airport. These are on the Ground Transportation Level (Level 1) of the North Terminal
Terminal A: Commercial Lane spaces A1-A4 & A42-A45
Terminal B: Commercial Lane spaces B1-B4 & B40
Latest updates: August 18, 2023