Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport

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Orlando International Airport

Most cruise-bound passengers will arrive via Orlando International Airport, a large, sprawling hub and one of the better airports we’ve encountered. Your plane docks at one of the satellite terminals (see map on next page). Follow the signs to the automated shuttle to the main terminal—there you’ll find baggage claim and ground transportation. Once you reach the main terminal, signs direct you to baggage claim (Level 2). If you're using Disney ground transportation for either the cruise or a pre-cruise visit to Walt Disney World (and you affixed your Disney-supplied luggage tags before your flight departed), you can skip baggage claim and head directly to the Disney’s Magical Express check-in desk on “B” side, Level 1 (note: luggage delivery service operates 5:00 am to 10:00 pm—if your scheduled arrival is outside those times, do not affix the luggage tags and collect your own luggage). Shuttles, town cars, taxis, and rental cars are also found on Level 1 (take the elevators opposite the baggage carousels). Each transportation company has its own ticket booth, so keep your eyes open. If you get lost, look for signs that can get you back on track.

Disney’s Magical Express check-in desk on level 1, side B

Need to meet up at the airport? It’s best to meet your party at their baggage claim area as you won’t be allowed past security without a valid boarding pass. The trick here is knowing which airline and baggage claim area. Use the map and airline list on the next page, or call the airport directly at 407-825-2001. Be careful when differentiating between the side A and side B baggage claim. Also note that gates 1–29 and 100–129 use side A, while gates 30–99 use side B. Check the arrival/departure boards in the terminal for flight status, too! Other terminal meeting spots are the Disney Stores (see stars on map on next page) and/or the airport restaurants, especially for long waits. Be sure to exchange cell phone numbers, too.

For more details on the Orlando International Airport, call 407-825-2001 or visit http://www.orlandoairports.net. Air travelers can be paged at 407-825-2000.

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Top Photo Slice: Arrivals and departures board at Orlando International Airport (℗ 53246) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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