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Orlando International Airport is the number one gateway to sunny Florida. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Orlando International Airport is easily accessible to all major Florida cities, business centers, attractions, and world famous beaches. MCO Orlando International Airport serves over 30-million domestic passengers each year - more than any other Florida airport. Orlando Airport serves the greatest travel destination in the world, Orlando, Florida.

Orlando International Airport - MCOOrlando International Airport is served by more than 80 airlines and has scheduled service to 69 U.S. destinations and 27 international destinations. MCO Orlando Airport is home to 44 shops and services, 20 restaurants, 6 bars, a micro-brewery and a hotel. Over 80,000 passengers use this award-winning airport each day.

Orlando International Airport serves as a hub for AirTran Airways and a focus city for Southwest Airlines, and JetBlue Airways. The airport hosts AirTran's corporate headquarters and operations center, though the airline maintains its main hub of operations at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. Southwest Airlines is currently Orlando International Airport's largest carrier in terms of passengers traveled; SWA carried one-fifth of all passenger traffic at MCO in 2006. They will increase their presence at the airport once they complete their merger with AirTran. The airport code MCO stands for the airport's former name, McCoy Air Force Base, a Strategic Air Command (SAC) installation named for Colonel Michael Norman Wright McCoy, USAF, commander of the 321st Bombardment Wing at the then-Pinecastle Air Force Base. In the early 1960s, with the advent of commercial jet airline service to the Orlando area, the installation became a joint civil-military facility. Following the Vietnam War, McCoy AFB was identified for closure and all permanent party Air Force flight operations ceased in early 1975. The facility was briefly known as Orlando-McCoy Jetport until being renamed as Orlando International Airport.

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