Find Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Orlando
Flight information Vancouver to Orlando
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Average flight time, total distance 4214 kilometers
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Orlando International and Orlando Sanford
Airlines That Fly from Vancouver to Orlando
There are no direct flights from Vancouver to Orlando. Eleven airlines provide daily connecting flights from Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to Orlando International Airport (MCO): Air Canada, Air Transat, Alaska Air, American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, Qantas, Sunwing, United Airlines, and WestJet. With Skyscanner's Price Alert tool, monitoring airfares from these carriers is easy. Simply enter your travel date, and we'll notify you when ticket prices are low.
Departing From Vancouver
Vancouver International Airport is the main airport serving Vancouver and the surrounding municipalities of Burnaby, Delta, and New Westminster. The air facility is composed of three terminal buildings: the Domestic Terminal, the International Terminal, and the South Terminal. Flights from Vancouver to Orlando are handled in the International Terminal. Vancouver Airport's world-class amenities and services include retail outlets, restaurants, a spa, ethnic art installations, a luggage repair service, a children's play area, free WiFi, and extensive business and meeting facilities. Information desks are located on the Departures level of the International Terminal.
The economy parking lot at Vancouver International Airport is located within a short walking distance of the terminal buildings. The long-term parking lot is farther away from the airport but connects to the terminals by a free 24-hour shuttle service. Short-term parking is offered on Levels P1 And P2 of the facility opposite the International terminal.
Arriving in Orlando
Orlando International Airport consists of one main terminal building divided into two "Airsides" (Airside A and Airside B). Flights arriving from Vancouver are generally handled in Airside A (the north side) of the terminal building. Information counters, currency exchange desks, banks, and ATMs are located throughout the airport. There is a large food court on Level 3 of the terminal building, where you'll also find duty-free shops, newsstands, and coffee stands. Need to pick up a last minute gift? You're sure to find something unique at the Disney, Universal, or Kennedy Space Center theme park shop.
Outside of the terminal, you'll find a wide range of ground transportation options for getting to Orlando and the surrounding areas. Orlando International Airport is served by a number of city buses, which are operated by the Lynx Bus Service. These depart from the airport every 20 to 60 minutes and run to the city centre in around 40 minutes. Other options for getting from the airport to your final destination are hotel shuttles, taxis, and out-of-town coach lines. Car rental at Orlando International Airport is provided by Avis, Budget, Dollar, L&M, and National.
What to Expect in Orlando: Travel Tips
July is the hottest month in Orlando, with average temperatures reaching an average high of 33 degrees Celsius. January is the coldest month, with an average high of 21 degrees Celsius. Orlando's peak tourist season runs from late May to Early September, but the city is also very busy on long weekends, holidays, and during the spring and winter breaks. During these times, you can expect high accommodation costs and long lineups at theme parks. By planning your trip outside of these peak travel times, you'll save on hotels and avoid the large crowds.
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