Location details, contact information, airlines, departure and arrival flight status, transportation, facilities and services, parking, special passenger amenities, nearby hotels and answers to passengers' frequently asked questions.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport, opened in 1928, serves the Palm Bay–Melbourne–Titusville area with domestic flights and some international ones to Toronto (Canada)
Official Website: mlbair.com
Number of Terminals - 1 -
Annual passenger traffic:
Tel: +1 321-723-6227
The airport is located 1.5 miles (2.4 km) northwest of downtown Melbourne, in Brevard County, Florida, United States.
Free: Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
Food and Drinks- Fast food restaurant, bar, Cafe and donuts
Baggage- Contact Lost & Found at 321.409.2045 or [email protected] for items lost at the airport. For items left on the plane, contact the airline directly.
Other Services- Museum, Art Gallery, designated pet-relief area located outside on the east side of the main terminal
Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Melbourne Airport (1.5 km), Extended Stay America - Melbourne - Airport (2.1 km)
Public buses - Space Coast Area Transit stop is located outside the Main Terminal and provide easy connections for travelers throughout Brevard County (wheelchair-accessible)
Melbourne Airport Express - Door-to-door pickup service is available from the airport to dozens of hotels, resorts or other locations
tel Local: 321.724.1600 - Toll Free: 800.826.4544
Taxi, Limousine & Shuttle Services - several companies are allowed to operate at the airport
Short term, Long term and cell phone lots. There are spaces reserved for the disabled.
The parking lot is patrolled by video camera and the Melbourne Airport Police Department.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport has a team of Passenger Service Agents, easily identifiable in red shirts, available before and after all scheduled flights to help disabled travelers with luggage, wheelchair and other needs.
A TTY phone is available for hearing- and speech-impaired travelers and is located at the airport police office in the terminal.
Disabled parking spaces.
Latest updates: August 30, 2019