Cheap Flights from Washington to Orlando in 2019

Flight information Washington to Orlando

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 758 miles

2h 5min

Most popular airline last month

Southwest Airlines

Orlando International and Orlando Sanford

2 airports

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best price for a return flight from Washington to Orlando?

The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Washington to Orlando is $75. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month

How many airlines fly direct from Washington to Orlando?

There are 7 airlines who fly direct from Washington to Orlando.

How many flights are there a week from Washington to Orlando?

There are 224 flights per week from Washington to Orlando, as of March 2019.

How long does it take to fly from Washington to Orlando?

2h 5min is average flight time from Washington to Orlando.

Which airline is the most popular from Washington to Orlando in March 2019?

Southwest Airlines is most popular airline from Washington to Orlando in March 2019.

How many airports are there in Orlando?

There are 2 airports in Orlando: Orlando International and Orlando Sanford

Information about Orlando

If you're hoping to escape the serious nature of the nation's capital to have some fun, Orlando might be the perfect destination. Whether you're planning to visit Walt Disney World with the kids or any of the other exciting things to do in Orlando, Skyscanner is here to help you reach your destination with ease.

Airports in Washington and Orlando

Three airports serve the Washington, D.C. region. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is the closest airport to the city, located just five miles to downtown DC. Multiple airlines fly nonstop from DCA to Orlando, including American Airlines, Delta, jetBlue, Southwest, and United. All flights leave from either Terminal B or Terminal C. Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is the busiest of the three DC airports, although it is an hour drive from central DC. Seven airlines at BWI offer direct flights to Orlando. Dulles International Airport is about 26 miles west of the city in Virginia and offers a variety of nonstop flights to Orlando.

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the primary airport in Orlando and the second busiest airport in Florida. When you arrive from DC, you will leave the aircraft via a jetway that will take you into a gate area in an Airside Terminal. To reach the main terminal for baggage claim and ground transportation, take the one-minute shuttle ride and walk to Level 2. Rental cars, taxis, shuttle vans, and buses are available on Level 1. You could also arrange for a private car or resort transportation directly from the airport after you book your hotel on Skyscanner.

How to Save Time Flying Out of DC

When flying out of Reagan National, arrive at least two hours before your scheduled flight. Be sure to account for heavy traffic in the city and parking, or check for availability before you arrive. Passengers must show an approved government-issued photo ID to enter any of the four TSA checkpoints. DCA offers the CLEAR program, which allows members to bypass traditional document checks. At the kiosk, travelers are required to scan their boarding passes and provide a biometric scan of their finger or eye.

What to Do at DCA Before You Board

Reagan National has four airline lounges for club members, as well as an array of shopping and dining options for all guests. Grab a cup of coffee to wake you up or head over to the XpresSpa to settle your nerves. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi or charge all of your devices before your flight at any of the charging stations located throughout the airport.

Tips to Prepare for Your Trip to Orlando

Temperatures in Orlando can be drastically different from DC depending on the time of year. In the winter months, Orlando is much warmer than Washington, so check the forecast and pack accordingly. Average prices in Orlando are also substantially cheaper than in DC, so you may want to leave room in your suitcase for all the extra souvenirs you'll be able to get.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.