Buy Flights to Disney World with Alternative Airlines. We offer flights to Disney World, Florida from all across the world, with more than 600 worldwide airlines to choose from. So, whether you're flying from within the US, Europe — or any part of the globe, you'll be able to find a flight that's perfect for your vacation.
After theme parks were shut for most of 2020 due to COVID, all 4 Disney World theme parks and water parks have now reopened in 2021.
It's really simple to find flights to Disney World at Alternative Airlines. Just use our search form at the top of the page to search for flights to Orlando (this is the closest airport to the resort — more below!). We'll show you all the flights from all the airlines that are available — all you have to do is select the flight that's right for you, safely and securely book your ticket and look forward to your trip to Walt Disney World!
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the best airport to fly into if you're visiting Walt Disney World in Florida. The airport is only a 20–30 minute drive from the resort (traffic depending).
There are tonnes of different airlines that offer direct flights to Orlando International, from within the US, as well as from Europe, Central America and South America too.
From certain destinations, you might not be able to find a direct connection to Orlando International Airport. If that's the case, you might have to fly into another US airport, such as New York (JFK) or Atlanta (ATL) and then get a connecting flight to Orlando. When searching for flights on Alternative Airlines, just search to Orlando from the destination that you're flying from and we'll show you the quickest and cheapest flights and connections (if you need a connection) to make your flight hassle-free.
The only other option is Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB). Orlando Sanford is a 40–60 minute drive away from Walt Disney World in Florida.
There are far fewer airlines that fly to Orlando Sanford. However, if you're looking for a cheap deal, it's worth comparing between the two Orlando airports.
Tip: When searching for flights with Alternative Airlines, you can search for flights to 'Orlando (All Airports)'. This will let you easily compare flight options to both Orlando International and Orlando Sanford, all within the same search!
The airlines that fly to Orlando differ depending on which airport that you fly into. You can buy airline tickets to Florida to one of these airports.
Airlines that fly into Orlando International include Delta, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines & American Eagle, Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United and Sun Country Airlines.
There are also a fair few international carriers that offer nonstop flights, including Air Canada, Bahamasair, British Airways, LATAM, Westjet, Volaris, Lufthansa, KLM, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic and more!
There are far fewer airlines flying direct to Orlando Sanford. The airlines that do fly there are Allegiant Air, Surinam Airways, TUI and Wamos Air.
Whether you're looking to book a domestic flight or you're flying from abroad, we've come up with a few ways to help you quickly and easily find the cheapest price on flights to Orlando.
Follow these tips to find cheap flights with Alternative Airlines:
Our calendar highlights which dates are the cheapest to fly on. This is great if you can be flexible with your dates and don't mind the exact date that you visit the Disney theme parks. All dates in green are the cheapest and all dates in red are the most expensive.
The calendar makes sure that you don't waste time looking for flights on days that are already outside of your budget!
Once you've run a search, you can use our filters to sort the results by the lowest price. This will put all the cheapest flight prices are the top of your search and the most expensive at the bottom.
Yes, it's possible to get flights to Walt Disney World from anywhere in the world. Airlines offer return flights to Orlando (the closest city) from all over the world.
There are lots of nonstop flight options. And, if you can't get a nonstop flight to Orlando, there are loads of other airlines that fly to Orlando indirect.
Use our search form to search for flights to Walt Disney World right away!
The nearest airport is Orlando International (MCO). It's a 20–30 minutes drive from the resort.
If you're staying at one of the resort hotels, there is a free shuttle bus that runs from the airport called the Magical Express. This service is only available to guests of the resort, though. The Magical Express is also set to be discontinued sometime in 2022.
If you can't get a ride on the Magical Express, there are other independent shuttle bus services that can you buy a ticket for.
The airport also has taxi services, available to book from the terminal after you land. Or, you can use popular taxi app services, such as Uber and Lyft.
On average, when considering theme park tickets and hotels, January and February tend to be the cheapest months to visit. Although, this can depend on which hotel you're staying at.
In terms of flights, there doesn't tend to be a consistently cheapest month to fly. Although, you're unlikely to find many cheap fares over the summer period when kids are on summer vacation away from school.
Yes, you can fly to Walt Disney World right now. Disney World's parks and resorts were closed to the general public for much of 2020, due to restrictions as a result of coronavirus. However, in 2021, all of the parks have re-opened, including the Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach Water Park and all the other favorites. The only park that remains closed is Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park.
You can make a flight booking with Alternative Airlines and make your Disney World dreams come true by using our search form at the top of the page.
All guests (aged 2 years or older) must wear face coverings at indoor locations at the resort. Face coverings can be removed in outdoor common areas.
There are currently international travel restrictions in place in the US. Most people entering the country from abroad have to self-quarantine. Or, in some cases, must quarantine in a hotel.
There are far fewer restrictions for domestic travel. The majority of states don't require you to quarantine or provide negative COVID tests when entering Florida.
It's very important to check the travel restrictions for Florida, as well as the travel restrictions from the destination that you're flying from before you fly.