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Orlando International (MCO) Airport Terminal and Airline Guide

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is a pretty confusing airport, especially if you are connecting on a different airline. There are three terminals (A, B, and C) for getting checked-in and five concourses represented by blocks of gates. Terminal A and B are located in the same building and it is easy to walk from one side to another. Terminal C is connected to A/B via a Terminal Link train.

Note: to get from one concourse to another you may be required to leave the secure area and go back through security again. For example you can move between 2 and 4 without having clear security, but you are not able to get from concourses 1 to 2 or 3 to 4 without having to exit security and re-clear. You must also clear a separate security to get to Terminal C.

Terminal A

  1. Air Transat (Canada) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  2. Alaska Airlines (United States) - concourse 2 (gates 100-129)
  3. Avelo Airlines (United States) - concourse 2 (gates 100-129)
  4. Avianca (Columbia) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  5. Breeze (United States) - concourse 3 (gates 30-59)
  6. Copa Airlines (Panama) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  7. Frontier Airlines (United States) - concourse 1 (gates 1-29)*
  8. Frontier Airlines (United States) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)*
  9. Miami Air (Untied States)
  10. Southwest Airlines (United States) - concourse 2, (gates 100-129)
  11. Spirit [International, FL & PR] (United States) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)*
  12. Virgin Atlantic (United Kingdom) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)

Terminal B

  1. Aeromexico (Mexico) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  2. Air Canada (Canada) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  3. American Airlines (United States) - concourse 3 (gates 30-59)
  4. Bahamasair (Bahamas) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  5. Delta Airlines (United States) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  6. LATAM (Chile) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  7. Silver Airways (United States) - concourse 1 (gates 1-29)
  8. Spirit (United States) [Domestic excluding FL & PR] - concourse 1 (gates 1-29)*
  9. Sun Country (United States) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  10. Swoop (Canada) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  11. United Airlines (United States) - concourse 3 (gates 30-59)
  12. Volaris (Mexico) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)
  13. WestJet (Canada) - concourse 4 (gates 70-99)

Terminal C

  1. Aer Lingus (Ireland)
  2. Azul (Brazil)
  3. British Airways  (United Kingdom)
  4. Caribbean Airlines (Trinidad & Tobago)
  5. Emirates (United Arab Emirates)
  6. Discover (Germany) previously known as Eurowings Discover
  7. GOL (Brazil)
  8. Icelandair (Iceland)
  9. JetBlue (United States)
  10. Jetlines (Canada) added Aug 2023
  11. Lynx Air (Canada)
  12. Norse Atlantic Airways (Norway)
  13. Sunwing (Canada)
  14. Viva Aerobus (Mexico) added Aug 2023

Lounge Locations

  • Concourse 1: The Club - 1
  • Concourse 2: none
  • Concourse 3: American Airlines Admiral Club - 55, United Club - 43
  • Concourse 4: Delta Sky Club - 71, The Club - 91
  • Terminal C: Plaza Premium Lounge - 240

* airline which operates from multiple concourses or terminals

Closing Thoughts

I wish that all of the concourses were connected by train without having to re-clear security in certain situations. One of the other things I like about the MCO airport is the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport Hotel which is located on the 4th level in the East hall. I have stayed at this hotel several times and it is great if you are wanting to stay on property.