Check-in for departing flights is on the Departures Level (Level 3) of the Main Terminal. Check the Airlines page to determine whether you need to be on the A-side or B-side of the terminal. You may check-in with the skycaps on the curb if you are traveling within the U.S.
You may also proceed inside the Main Terminal, and check-in at one of the self-service kiosks.
Once you have checked in and have your boarding pass, follow the overhead signage towards the gate from which your flight is departing. Check on the flight information displays to check the gate and time of departure. Just before you board the AGT (Train) to the gate area you will pass through the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security checkpoint.
Or you may check-in at your airline's ticket counter inside the terminal. You are required to do so if you do not have a ticket, require changes to a ticket, or you are checking in for an international flight.
Check the overhead signage to ensure the train you are boarding goes to the correct airside terminal/gates. The doors will automatically open when the inbound passengers have exited the train.
The journey to the airside terminal, although it takes only about 68 seconds, provides a great view of the landscape and waterways of Orlando International Airport.
Overhead signage indicates which gates are on which wing of the airside. Follow directions to the gate from which your flight is departing.
In the hub of the Airside Terminal you will find a variety of facilities including bathrooms, telephones, restaurants and shops.
Once in the gate area, follow the directions of the airline staff concerning boarding the aircraft.
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