Cheap Flights from Orlando to Detroit
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- Wed, Sep 11MCODTWMon, Sep 16DTWMCOFrontier AirlinesDirectfrom $71
- Thu, Sep 5MCODTWMon, Sep 9DTWMCOSpirit AirlinesDirectfrom $75
- Wed, Sep 4MCODTWWed, Sep 11DTWMCOFrontier AirlinesDirectfrom $76
Flight information Orlando to Detroit
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Average flight time, total distance 953 miles
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Detroit Wayne County and Detroit City
Frequently asked questions
Fly from Orlando to Detroit
Detroit, the largest city in Michigan and an important port serving the Great Lakes via the Detroit River, has undergone many changes in recent decades. Once the capital of a thriving automotive industry, this mid-sized city experienced a declining population and subsequent economic troubles in the latter half of the 20th century. City residents have worked hard to begin a new renaissance, spearheading a burgeoning urban gardening movement, overseeing the installation of all-LED street lighting, and renovating the historic buildings that lend so much character to downtown Detroit. Now Detroit is a burgeoning tourist destination with so many sights and sounds to experience.
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Facilities at Orlando and Detroit
Orlando International Airport is the second-busiest airport in Florida and hosts two terminals, each with two concourses. Each concourse has a dedicated restaurant and there are plenty of charging stations scattered around the airport.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in the United States. This airport is composed of two terminals that are connected by a shuttle. The larger McNamara terminal is the home to concourses A, B and C and has plenty of restaurants, cafes, and shopping outlets for travelers on the go. A scintillating Light Tunnel connects Concourse A to B and C. The smaller North Terminal houses Concourse D; travelers with pets will be sure to stop at the pet relief center also housed here.
Travel from Detroit Metropolitan Airport
There are numerous shuttles that can take you to local hotels, car rental services and even locations in southern Ontario. You can also take buses 125 and 280 operated by the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation, or SMART, straight into Detroit’s metro area. Connect to the interstate highway system via I-94 and I-275.
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Hints and Tips for Detroit
There are dozens of attractions in Detroit that draw millions of tourists every year. Festivals, such as the summer River Days and Motown Winter Blast, occur throughout the year and are prime events for learning more about Detroit’s culture. There are also loads of opportunities for learning at the many museums that dot the city, such as the Tuskegee Airmen Museum and Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, the latter being devoted to the early automotive industry. For something a little out of the ordinary, swing by Heidelberg Project in the east side to gaze in wonder at the array of artistically decorated houses. Get in your shopping and people-watching at the International Riverfront where shops, cafes and street performers await.
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