Orlando International Airport (MCO) offers flights from airline like Aer Lingus, AeroGal, AeroMexico, Air Canada, Air Transat, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Avianca and Azul. Each airline is specific to a certain terminal and can be found on Orlando International Airport's official website.
Orlando International Airport is served by more than 40 airlines. More airlines in service at the airport include Bahamasair, British Airways, CanJet, Caribbean Airlines, CopaAirlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Frontier, GOL, Iceland Air, Jet Blue, Lan, Lufthansa, Magni Charters, Miami Air, Silver, Southwest, Spirit, Sun Country, Sunwing, Swift Air, Thomas Cook, United, US Airways, Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic, West Jet, Volaris and TAM Airlines. Each of the specific airlines, all of which are subject to change, their flight times and the terminals they depart from can be looked up at Orlando International Airport website.
Orlando International Airport and Orlando Executive Airport are managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, a board that is governed by a seven-member board made up of by the mayor of the city of Orlando, the chairman of the board of county commissioners, and five other members who are picked by the Florida governor, subject to confirmation by the senate for extra certification and safety reasons.