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From Ottawa (YOW) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD231*
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From Toronto (YYZ) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 21, 2024

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CAD216*
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From Toronto (YTO) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 22, 2024

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CAD210*
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From Halifax (YHZ) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 21, 2024

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CAD238*
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From St. John's, NL (YYT) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 22, 2024

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CAD278*
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From Montreal (YUL) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD327*
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From Edmonton (YEG) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD317*
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From Toronto (YTZ) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 22, 2024

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CAD194*
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From Vancouver (YVR) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 21, 2024

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CAD361*
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From Calgary (YYC) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD269*
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From Moncton (YQM) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 17, 2024

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CAD470*
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From Thunder Bay (YQT) to Orlando (MCO)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD249*
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Explore the theme park capital of the world with direct flights to Orlando

Flights to Orlando with Porter bring you directly into the heart of one of the biggest entertainment meccas in America. When you book your plane tickets to Orlando, you're committing to a lifetime of memories made at all of Orlando's world-renowned attractions. Booking direct flights to Orlando provides a quick and easy travel experience, leaving you more time to enjoy all that Orlando has to offer.

Geographically situated in the centre of the state of Florida, the city of Orlando is also the centre of Florida's tourism, with 75 million people per year experiencing all the fun to be found in Orlando. Non-stop flights to Orlando will ensure you don't miss out on a single minute of the action. From what's called the most magical place on earth to an abundance of theme parks and exploring the surrounding areas, your unforgettable Orlando experience awaits.

Brimming with entertainment 365 days a year, Orlando offers an enjoyable vacation experience for travellers of all ages and interests. The relaxing, tree-lined streets of Baldwin Park provide a tranquil escape for those looking to enjoy the Florida sunshine, while the magic of Disney World is enough to delight children (and adults) of all ages. Whether you're 5 or 50, the enchanting attractions of Orlando will leave a lasting impression.

Book your airline tickets to Orlando to be transported into a world of wonder and amusement today!

Fireworks Sea World, Orlando

Things to do in Orlando

From your Orlando airport arrival to the time you catch your departing flight, you will be in awe of the vast array of things to do in Orlando, Florida. Disney World, Universal Studios, Legoland, and all of Orlando's theme parks provide endless days of fun and discovery. Beyond Orlando's theme parks and water parks is a city ripe with nightlife, shopping, and culture waiting to be discovered.

Rub elbows with some of the most beloved characters in history while taking in a magical experience during your visit to Walt Disney World. The Walt Disney World Resort remains the world's most-visited amusement park — and for good reason. With over 58 million visitors gleefully running through its gates each year, Walt Disney World Resort is the most visited vacation resort in the world. The resort consists of four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park) and two water parks (Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park and Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park). In addition to rides, shows, and attractions, the resort has many different accommodation options, from five-star resorts to more rustic camping grounds. A diversity in dining options is also provided to guests, from world-class restaurants to fast-food favourites.

Walt Disney World Resort is a destination made to fit a variety of budgets, with every experience and option equally as magical as the next. Cool off from the Florida heat by sliding down one of the 28 waterslides in one of two water parks, discover your inner thrill-seeker on seven rollercoasters, or have an exotic encounter at Animal Kingdom. Stroll down Main Street U.S.A. and learn why Walt Disney World has often been called “the most magical place on earth.” With Orlando's temperature rarely dipping below 10 degrees celsius, Walt Disney World is perfect for exploring during all four seasons after landing from your flight to Orlando.

The magic of Orlando doesn't stop at Disney. The number of fun things to do in Orlando is seemingly infinite. Orlando is rich with theme parks that cater to an array of interests and preferences. Located about a 20-minute drive north of Walt Disney World, Universal Studios is the best way to immerse yourself into a world of all your favourite blockbuster characters. The theme park is comprised of eight themed areas, including a water park, all based on different popular movies and television shows, including the famous Wizarding World of Harry Potter. With eight rollercoasters, many motion simulators, and over fifteen other types of rides, Universal Studios is a must-see attraction for adrenaline chasers. Each of the eight areas of the park feature a variety of rides, attractions, live performances, and dining options for visitors of all ages.

The adventure never stops during your trip — Orlando truly is a theme park lover's dream. There are an abundance of parks to choose from, with Legoland Resort ranking as a popular destination for visitors to Orlando. This family-friendly resort is aimed at families with children aged 2-12 and features 50-plus rides and attractions, including a water park, rides, and a Peppa Pig theme park. Legoland also includes several on-site accommodation options for families looking for an extended stay to take in everything the resort has to offer.

Outside of the numerous theme parks, you also land in a bustling hub for unique entertainment, dining, and culture when you fly to Orlando. Located near the Orange County Convention Center, International Drive in the convention district is a hub of activity, lined with popular restaurants, clubs, and entertainment venues. Enjoy a delicious dinner at a Cuban-inspired restaurant, or take in some entertainment and dance the night away at a venue like Blake Shelton's Ole Red. You can find family-friendly fun in the district at venues like ICON Park — a 20-acre, open-air park which offers over 50 restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. To really take it all in, hop on The Wheel. You can't miss the 40-story tall Ferris wheel, which offers sky-high views of the surrounding area.

Arts and culture options are plenty and make for some of the most popular Orlando attractions. The Orlando Museum of Art in Loch Haven Park, just a short distance from downtown Orlando, has been an institution for American, African, and ancient art since 1924. The museum aims to inspire creative passion, perfect for visitors looking for some creative inspiration after their flight to Orlando. Also in Loch Haven Park is the Mennello Museum of American Art. The museum was established in 1998 to exhibit the paintings of Earl Cunningham. The grounds of the museum are highlighted by the Marilyn L. Mennello Sculpture Garden, which is framed by 350-year-old live oak trees. The tranquil setting is free of charge and offers walking paths and urban trails for the ultimate escape in nature.

Orlando is a city with a rich and diverse history, which is both celebrated and displayed at the Wells'Built Museum of African American History and Culture. The institution, which is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, originally opened in 1921 as a hotel for African-American guests who were barred from Orlando's hotels. The building now serves as a home for memorabilia celebrating Orlando's African-American community and its history.

Whether you're boarding a flight to Orlando to explore its theme parks, history, or take in its entertainment, the city in central Florida offers endless options to stay occupied and make your trip to Orlando a memorable one.


Go beyond theme parks after your flight to Orlando

Downtown Orlando

Downtown Orlando

Beyond Disney World and Universal Studios is the heart of Orlando's origins in Downtown Orlando. Known by locals as City District and Parramore, Downtown Orlando is a great home base for your stay in Orlando with shops, restaurants, and culture all right at your doorstep.

Easy to navigate on foot or by Orlando's complimentary LYMMO bus service, Downtown Orlando offers an eclectic mix of modern buildings amongst 19th-century architecture, reminding you of Orlando's rich history amongst modern amenities. Downtown Orlando is brimming with world-class restaurants, shopping, and cultural events that you won't want to miss out on during your trip to Orlando. The Church Street entertainment district acts as a hub for some of the city's most popular and frequented spots and serves as some of the most fun things to do in Orlando.

Downtown Orlando houses the centre of the city's art scene in the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The venue, constructed in 2014, comprises three indoor theatres and an outdoor plaza that frequently hosts broadway shows, performances by the Orlando Ballet, musical guests, comedians, cultural festivals, and more.

While in the center of Downtown Orlando, you may feel like taking a break from the cityscape to soak up the sun and nature of central Florida. Thankfully, you won't have to go very far, with Lake Eola Park offering a relaxing rest spot after a day of exploring Downtown Orlando. Paved trails along the waterfront provide the perfect spot for a scenic stroll. The park also has eye-catching authentic Asian architecture scattered throughout, honouring Orlando's sister-city relationship with Guilin, China.

Sports fans will be cheering their hearts out when they discover Downtown Orlando is home to the NBA's Orlando Magic, ECHL Orlando Solar Bears hockey team, and MLS' Orlando City Soccer Club. NCAA football games are also a common occurrence, taking place at Camping World Stadium. Check schedules before arriving to reserve your tickets and root for your favourite Orlando — or visiting — team.

Before heading to Downtown Orlando, be sure to check the city's festival schedule. The area is home to many celebrations during all twelve months of the year, from Pride festivities celebrating the LGBTQ+ community in October to various arts festivals and more throughout the remainder of the year.

Visit Downtown Orlando after landing from your Orlando flight to immerse yourself in an authentic and memorable Orlando experience.


Enjoy an escape by the lake after your flight to Orlando

Baldwin Park Orlando

Baldwin Park Orlando

Authentic Orlando is on full display in the Baldwin Park neighbourhood. Located just a 10-minute drive from Downtown Orlando, Baldwin Park is the former site of a Naval Training Center that has since been transformed into a tranquil, tree-lined neighbourhood filled with lots of fun things to do and explore after your flight to Orlando.

Baldwin Park is centred around two lucious lakes, the largest being Lake Baldwin in Lake Baldwin Park. The park is the perfect shady escape from Orlando heat, sprawling across over 23 hectares of green space. The park is only one of two within the city of Orlando that boasts a sandy beach, and the only one which is dog friendly. Pack a picnic or enjoy a jog along the 2.5-mile trail around Lake Baldwin as part of your exploration of the Baldwin Park neighbourhood.

Baldwin Park is known as a hub for green space in the city, with residents also enjoying the serene sights of Blue Jacket Park. A popular site for recreational sports, Blue Jacket Park is a popular spot for socializing and taking part in physical activity. The 7.5 mile Cady Way Trail cycling and walking path runs through the park and is a popular path for people looking to stay active while exploring the city. The park is also home to the Navy History Wall which tells the story of the navy's history in Orlando and in the neighbourhood.

An easily walkable enclave, Baldwin Park revolves around the town centre, which is lined with cafes, restaurants, bars, and all the neighbourhood amenities. The palm-tree-lined streets bring in residents from around Orlando who soak up the quiet, small-town atmosphere while enjoying the luxuries of a large city.

Baldwin Park is easily accessible via rental car and rideshare. The area is also serviced by public transit buses.


Getting to Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Porter's check-in desk is located on the departures level.

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is about 22 km / 14 mi from downtown Orlando.

Transportation to Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Taxis and ridesharing
Taxis and ridesharing services like Uber, Lyft and Wingz are available for pick-up and drop-off at Orlando International Airport (MCO).

By bus
LYNX offers bus service to and from Orlando International Airport (MCO). The bus terminal is located at Terminal A on Level 1 in spaces A38-A41. Visit golynx.com for more information about fares and schedules.

Orlando International Airport (MCO) parking

There are many parking options for travellers looking to drive to or from Orlando International Airport (MCO). Rates vary and include short-term and long-term parking options.

Great deals to Orlando

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Ottawa (YOW)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 10, 2024

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Toronto (YYZ)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 24, 2024

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Toronto (YTO)

Orlando (MCO)

Aug 31, 2024

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Halifax (YHZ)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 24, 2024

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St. John's, NL (YYT)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 03, 2024

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Montreal (YUL)

Orlando (MCO)

Aug 30, 2024

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Toronto (YTZ)

Orlando (MCO)

Aug 25, 2024

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Edmonton (YEG)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 03, 2024

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Vancouver (YVR)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 03, 2024

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Moncton (YQM)

Orlando (MCO)

Sep 08, 2024

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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Learn more about this offer. Additional baggage fees and charges for optional products and services may apply.