Orlando International Airport is presently using five terminals (Airside Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4 and the Main Terminal). Each Airside Terminal serves several airlines and a large number of destinations. the Main Terminal has two parts, the North side is side "A" and the South side is side "B". Each terminal is well served by restaurants, bars, newsstands and shops. Business services, banks and ATMs are available.
Orlando Airport Terminal 1
Orlando International Airport's Airside Terminal 1 serves Aeropostal, Aerolineas Argentinas, Air Jamaica, airNova, Allegro, America West Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, ATA, Aviateca, Bahamasair, Britannia, Canada 3000, Champion Air, City Bird, Continental Airlines, Continental Connection, Copa Airlines, Discovery/Sky Trek, El Al, Falcon Air Express, Gulfstream International, Iberia, Lacsa, LanChile, Mexicana, MiamiAir, Omni Air International, PanAm, Royal, Ryan International, Southwest, Sunworld, TWA, TowerAir, Transmeridian Airlines, and UPS. Airside 1 houses gates 1 through 29.
Orlando Airport Terminal 2
Orlando International Airport's Airside Terminal 2 serves Air Tran, jet Blue, Midway Airlines, Southwest, Spirit Airlines, and Sun Country Airlines. Airside 2 houses gates 100 through 129.
Orlando Airport Terminal 3
Orlando International Airport's Airside Terminal 3 serves ANA, Air Canada, Metro Jet, Midwest Express, Northwest, United, U.S. Airways, and U.S. Airways Express. Airside 3 houses gates 30 through 59.
Orlando Airport Terminal 4
Orlando International Airport's Airside Terminal 4 serves Aeromexico, balair, British Airways, Cayman Airways, Comair, Delta, Delta Express, Frontier, Icelandair, LTU, Martinair, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Trans Brasil, and Virgin Atlantic. Airside 4 houses gates 60 through 99.
Orlando Airport Restaurants and Shops
there is an endless variety of places to shop, eat and drink at Orlando International Airport. the options for dining range from fast food at McDonalds (located in Airside 2) to sit down dining at Shipyard Brewport (located in Airside 4). Other sit down dining options include Stinger Ray's (Main Terminal), Chili's Too Lounge (Level 4), Shipyard Brewery & Brew Pub (Main Terminal), McCoy's (Hyatt Airport Hotel), and Hemisphere (Hyatt Airport Hotel). the Food Court in the Main Terminal is home to Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs, TCBY Yogurt, Mrs. Field's Cookies, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Cinnabon/Ruby Moon, Stinger Ray's, and Big Apple Bagels. In Airside 1 you will find Burger King, Cinnabon, TCBY Yogurt, P.S. Lounge, and Cafe Azalea. Airside 2 is home to Seattle's Best Coffee, Coco Oasis Bar & Lounge, McDonalds, Sbarro Pizza, Freshen's Treat Center, Johnny Rivers, and Smokehouse Express. the dining options in Airside 3 include Cafe Azalea, the Floribbean Court, Miami Subs, Villa Pizza, Freshens Yogurt, Manatee Lounge, and Don Pepes Cuban Cafe. Finally, in Airside 4 you will find Starbuck's Coffee, Burger King, Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs, Shipyard Brewport, and Fresh Attractions.
For gifts, news and books, Orlando International Airport hosts Stellar Partners, the Keys Group, the Paradies Shops, WH Smith, and FWAC.
Speciality shopping is catered for by stores Bunch-A-Books, Planters & the Grove, Sunglass International, Tie Rack, Warner Bros. Studio Store, Golf Gallery-Orlando, Bow Wow Meow, Book Store, and Bijoux Terner Fashion Jewelry.
Unique to it's location, Orlando International Airport is also home to a variety of theme Park Retail Stores including the Magic of Disney, SeaWorld, Universal Studios of Florida, and Disney's Flight Fantastic