Orlando Airport Terminals: Terminal A and Terminal B

Orlando Airport (MCO) consists of a main passenger terminal complex, which is divided in two terminals: Terminal A and Terminal B.

 

Please note that given the ongoing constructions of the "South Terminal Complex", now the Main Terminal is referred as "North Terminal Complex".

 

Overall, Orlando Airport terminal building has 4 airside concourses (1 to 4) accessible through elevated people movers.

 

Between both terminals there are two security checkpoints to reach the airsides: West Hall (airsides 1 and 3) and East Atrium (airsides 2 and 4).

 

Even the airsides are grouped 1-3 and 2-4, the main terminal building just consists of two passenger terminals. See the information below for further details.

 

 

Inter-terminal transportation

It is possible to get around the main terminal and the airside satellites (1 to 4) by the AGT elevated train shuttle. The estimated travel time between Terminal A, Terminal B and the North Terminal Complex is 68 seconds.

 

 

Terminals

Orlando Airport Terminal Complex, now North Terminal Complex, counts with two passenger terminals, A and B.

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Terminal A

At Terminal A, Airside 1 and 2 have their respective gates: 1-29 and 100-129.

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Terminal B

Terminal B is home of Airside 3 and 4, which host boarding gates 30-59 and 70-99.

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Levels

Each terminal at the North Terminal Complex consists of three levels:

- Level 1: Ground Transportation and Baggage Claim Area.

- Level 2: Baggage Claim Area.

- Level 3: Ticketing level.