AAHFN 13th Annual Meeting

BY PLANE

Orlando International Airport, MCO, is the city's primary airport, and the busiest airport in the state in terms of passenger traffic. The airport is located to the southeast of downtown but is centrally located with respect to the region and area attractions. Orlando International Airport is a secondary hub for AirTran Airways, Southwest Airlines, & JetBlue Airways, all of which fly numerous routes to/from Orlando. Furthermore, Delta Air Lines offers 10-15 flights daily between Orlando and their super-hub in Atlanta and American Airlines has 9 flights a day to their Miami hub. Non-stop service is offered to nearly every major city east of the Mississippi and to several major western cities (LA, San Francisco, Seattle, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, & Denver).

BY TRAIN

Orlando has an Amtrak station, located at 1400 Sligh Boulevard, that provides service to other destinations such as Miami, but also connects to points as far north as New York via the Silver Star and Silver Meteor lines.

In nearby Sanford, is the southern terminus of the Amtrak Auto Train which carries passengers and automobiles between Sanford and Lorton, Virginia, effectively serving as a car-rail link from Orlando to the Washington, D.C. Metro Area.

BY AUTOMOBILE

Driving to Orlando should be considered as a real and viable possibility for anyone with the geographic means and time. All Orlando attractions, including most major resorts and hotels are conveniently located off Interstate 4 which connects to Interstate 95, running from Maine to Florida. Five minutes off of a choice of exits, depending on your destination, takes you anywhere you need to go. This can prove to be the most economical for your trip, as well as the most convenient. Note: There is ongoing road construction in and around Orlando. 

HOTEL PARKING

Self-parking overnight is $20 plus tax per day.
Valet parking overnight is $28 plus tax per day.