Cheap Flights from Orlando to Washington Dulles
Flight information Orlando to Washington Dulles
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Average flight time, total distance 748 miles
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Flight Routes From Orlando to Washington DC Dulles Airport
Which Airlines Fly From Orlando to Dulles?
The Orlando to Dulles route is well trafficked, with many major airlines offering service along the route. The major airlines that service the Orlando to Dulles route are Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta. There are multiple flights from Orlando that go to Dulles each day, but you might have to compromise on the time that you decide to depart. Be sure to check out the flights that we offer here at Skyscanner so that you get the best deal.
What To Do While You Wait To Board
The Orlando International Airport has two terminals, A and B, and four "Airsides" which each house a number of gates. Think of Orlando's airport as being shaped like a spoked wheel. At the center of the wheel lies a central atrium, which is a hub of bustling activity. To get around the airport, you can take an elevated tram, or walk.
Orlando's International Airport is a major air traffic hub, and boasts a huge variety of shopping and eating opportunities. You'll also find the many sheltered and palm-tree laden atriums to be enjoyable places to sit, if you can find a spot. If you need to use the WiFi, you'll need to make an account on the airport's web interface first.
Will There Be A Layover?
The Orlando to Dulles route is typically nonstop, as it only takes about two and a half hours to traverse. On rare occasions, there may be flights which have layovers in airports west of Washington, DC.
What's Washington DC Like?
As the capital of the United States, DC is a hub for diplomats and politicians alike. Things can get quite busy in DC, so expect to take some time getting to the city from the airport due to traffic. DC is typically warm, humid, and sunny, much like Orlando.
Dulles is structured around four main concourses, each of which have a couple of dozen gates. United Airlines has exclusive use of concourses C and D, so if you're flying United that's where you'll end up. Otherwise, you'll be in concourse A. Upon arrival in Dulles, you'll be able to descend from the gate and head to the luggage collection area and then immediately outside to the bus terminal.
If you want to head into DC, you'll need to hop on the 5A Metrobus, which will take you down town. If you hit the "Plane Train" underground station, you've gone too far. The bus stop will leave you within six blocks of the White House, which you may want to check out during your time in DC.
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