Cheap Flights from Philadelphia to Orlando Sanford
Flight information Philadelphia to Orlando Sanford
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Fly From Philadelphia to Orlando Sanford
Orlando is one of the most popular destinations in the world for vacationers and business travelers alike, boasting many theme parks and the second-largest convention center in the United States. The lesser-known Orlando Sanford Airport is a great way to fly into the city for travelers who wish to avoid crowds and heavy traffic. You can travel from Philadelphia International Airport to Orlando Sanford via jetBlue, American Airlines and Allegiant Air, with two connecting stops at Boston Logan International and Cleveland Hopkins International.
Facilities at Philadelphia International and Orlando Sanford
Philadelphia International has six terminals with cafes, restaurants and bars scattered throughout; thus there are plenty of opportunities to grab a drink or a meal while waiting for your flight out. ; there are also plenty of shops selling reading material and travel essentials. Flights to Boston leave from terminals A, B, C and E.
Orlando Sanford is a small airport with just two terminals, A and B, either of which you may find yourself arriving in. Owing to the small footprint of the airport, getting out and on the last leg of your journey is a speedy affair.
Travel from Orlando Sanford
Orlando Sanford is quite some distance to Orlando, taking around 40 minutes to drive into downtown. Thus your best option once you hit the ground is to head to the rental agencies right outside the terminal. Plan ahead of time with our car rental search; you can sort by price, rating and more to narrow down your options to the best fit for the needs of your trip.
Hints and Tips for Orlando
Being in Central Florida, the weather of Orlando is balmy and humid. Summers tend to be hot and winters mild with jackets needed only occasionally. Expect wet weather and thunderstorms in the summer months. Knowledge of Spanish is a plus in this diverse area.
Orlando is known as the Theme Park Capital of the World. From the well-known parks such as Walt Disney World, Seaworld and Universal Orlando Resort, to the smaller Legoland and Kennedy Space Center, there’s a park suited for any traveler’s interests. Theater is also a big draw in Orlando, with several professional and community theaters offering shows daily to visitors. For fans of shopping, the Florida Mall, the Mall at Millenia, and Orlando Fashion Square are some of the largest retail destinations in the state.
Eating out is surprisingly affordable for a city as popular as Orlando. While an inexpensive meal may run you $15 for one, two people at a nice dinner can expect to pay just $45. Your hotel stay can be equally affordable when you use our hotel search to filter available accommodations based on price, location and rating to discover the right match for your needs.
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