Book Flights Tickets to Orlando

Orlando abounds in family attractions. This vibrant and modern city is situated in Central Florida. It is home to numerous theme parks, and has therefore been appropriately nicknamed as the ‘Theme Park Capital of the World’. The most popular theme parks being Walt Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal Studios, which are a constant source of attraction for millions of tourists from around the world. With cheap airfare to Orlando from FlyOfinder, make your dream come true with an enjoyable trip Florida’s fun capital for a great vacation.

Apart from its theme parks, Orlando offers great sightseeing opportunities to visitors with its multiple attractions. For those interested in science, the Orlando Science Center is the best place to explore interactive exhibits. If you are an art lover then don’t miss out visiting the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, located in Winter Park.

To get an insight into history, the Museum of Seminole County History in Sanford is the best place for you to visit. For nature lovers, the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens in Sanford is a top attraction. Foodies find ‘The City Beautiful’ an incredible destination because of its booming culinary scene amid a wide range of eateries, fine dining restaurants, chic cafes and street food options. Undoubtedly so, Orlando has something to offer for people of all types and varied budget.

Festivals and Events in Orlando

With cheap flights to Orlando Florida get ready to discover an entertaining and interesting place which hosts numerous festivals and events throughout the year. Consider attending the most popular festivals and events whenever in Orlando. These include:

  • Orlando Blues and Jazz Festival (January)
  • Mount Dora Art Festival (early February)
  • Winefest Wine Festival (February)
  • Orlando Mardi Gras (early February to late April)
  • OrlandoFest (every weekend from March to May)
  • Epcot International Flower
  • Garden Festival (mid March to mid May)
  • Florida Film Festival (mid April)
  • Orlando Fringe Festival (mid May)
  • Florida's Juneteenth Music Festival (mid June)
  • Epcot International Food & Wine Festival (October/November)
  • EDC Orlando (November)
  • Orlando Film Festival (mid October)
  • Florida Citrus Parade (December)

Getting Around

Orlando is served by two major airports – Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Sanford International Airport (SFB). Most international flights arrive at MCO, while SFB mostly caters to budget airlines like Allegiant Air and other LCCs. While flying into MCO, reaching downtown Orlando or Disney World is quite easier through buses.

With unlimited entertainment options, Orlando remains one of the biggest vacation hotspots in southeast America. Plan a holiday to this fun capital soon and have thrilling times ahead!

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

August is the cheapest month to take flights to Orlando Florida. This is also the perfect time of year for taking an end-of-the summer trip to this fascinating destination with your kids. However, the months of January and February are considered to be the peak season and most popular time for visiting Orlando. Apart from this, it’s important for you to take note of some of these cheapest times for traveling to Orlando. Getting airfare to Orlando is usually the cheapest when booked 25 days in advance. Wednesday is the cheapest day for traveling to Orlando, particularly for those who want to start the weekend early. Similarly, booking return ticket for travel back home from Orlando will help you save.

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is served multiple airlines offering direct flights to this tourist wonderland. Major airlines through which you can book direct flights to Orlando include American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, Silver Airways, Alaska Airlines, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic Airways, British Airways, Lufthansa, KLM, SWISS and Air Canada.

Most people prefer flying into Orlando International Airport (MCO), which is closest to Downtown at a distance of about 12 miles and a 20-minute drive. MCO handles most international flights and offers easy access to the city center. Another alternative for traveling to Orlando is Sanford International Airport (SFB), which is 18 miles from Downtown. It’s mostly served by low-cost carriers, and is therefore the cheapest way to reach Orlando.

The months of January and early February (peak winter) are the least crowded times for visiting Disney World. Additionally, early September through mid-November (back-to-school season) is also the best time when Disney World gets fewer crowds. Do remember that weekends, summer vacation, school breaks and holiday periods are the busiest times of year to visit Disney World. You will be able to stay at the cheapest resorts and save big when visiting Disney World during off-season.

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