Orlando International Airport (MCO) is ideally located for cargo entering and exiting the country, being 4 hours closer to the rest of the U.S. compared to South Florida airports, with a domestic route network that offers more flights to more U.S. destinations than any other Florida airport (and most of the rest of the U.S. non-hub airports), and a thriving cargo trucking community. Orlando is also one of the few airports in the world that can accommodate the new generation, Class 6 aircraft. That's why our airport designator, MCO, is so appropriate - at Orlando International Airport we provide:
MCO - More Cargo Opportunities
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