Orlando Executive Airport – ORL Orlando
Operated by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, Orlando Executive Airport is situated 6 kilometers east of the downtown area, Orlando, Florida. It is a public airport but is still considered a “minor” airport due to that most domestic and international flights are being catered by, its neighboring airport, Orlando International Airport. The Orlando Executive Airport should not be confused with Orlando International Airport. Although both airports serve the Greater Orlando area, Orlando Executive Airport specifically caters the general and corporate aviation flights.
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ORL Airport covers 989 acres with two asphalt runways, two terminal buildings, and two fixed-base operators. The base operators serve the private and corporate aircraft as well as the operating base for the Aviation section. In 2017, Orlando Executive Airport was recorded to have served 106,000 flight destinations with an average of 292 flights per day. While in the area, head off to its neighboring cities, such as Forest City, a town in Rutherford County, or at Lake Buena Vista, known for its mailing address for Walt Disney World.