Flights from Washington Ronald Reagan to Orlando

Flight information Washington Ronald Reagan to Orlando

Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 748 miles

2h 14min

Most popular airline last month

American Airlines

Orlando International and Orlando Sanford

2 airports

Traveling between Washington D.C. and Orlando can be a great journey and vacation. But, in order to make the trip as phenomenal as possible, you want to get your flight for the best price possible. Using Skyscanner, you can always get the best deals. Whether you use the Skyscanner App to find flight deals on the go, or you set up price alerts to let you know when the best deals come available, you will be sure that you never miss out when you plan to take a trip.

Flying from Washington Ronald Reagan

The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport served over 23 million passengers in 2016 and is the second largest airport serving the Washington D.C. area. Be sure to arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare before your flight to Orlando. Generally, the airport authority recommends you arrive at least a few hours before your flight.

If you want to streamline everything and keep your travel experience comfortable and as easy as possible, you may want to reserve your parking spot online. The ePark reserve program allows you to ensure that no matter how full the parking lots and garages are, you will have a spot available upon arrival. Otherwise, there are terminal-specific parking garages as well as an economy parking lot option.

Airline Options Between Washington Ronald Reagan and Orlando

Several airlines fly between Washington Ronald Reagan National Airport and Orlando. Some of the options to choose from include:

  • Sun Country Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • jetBlue
  • United
  • Delta
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Virgin Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines

Airports in Orlando

There are two major airports that you will likely fly into when you are traveling to Orlando. Those airports are the Orlando Sanford International Airport and the Orlando International Airport. The larger of these two airports is the Orlando International Airport and it served nearly 42 million passengers in 2016. And while the smaller airport option, the Orlando Sanford International Airport, cannot compare in size, over 2 million passengers traveled through the airport in 2016.

Both of the major Orlando airports offer taxi, limo, and shuttle options as well as rental car offices on-site for convenience. Orlando International Airport also offers public transportation options including buses and the SunRail. No matter which airport you arrive in, you will find that you have plenty of transportation options to get you to wherever you are trying to go.  

What to Do While You are in Orlando

Orlando is one of the most popular destinations in Florida because of the many sites to explore and enjoy. No matter what you are interested in or how you like to spend your time, there are options for you throughout Orlando. Disney World and Epcot Center are two of the most popular destinations for families and individual adults alike. If theme parks are not your main area of interest, though, that’s okay. Orlando is more than just the Disney attractions. Art lovers may enjoy the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art with unique and one-of-a-kind exhibitions. You might also enjoy the Orlando Science Center that offers interactive exhibits and experiments as well as traveling exhibitions and 3-D movies.

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