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Memphis to Orlando Route Information

Travel Distance:684 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:8
Avg. Flight Duration:02.05 Hours

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Flights from Memphis to Orlando

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Airports in Memphis

The city of Memphis is served by Memphis International Airport. It is a civil-military airport and is located about seven miles away from downtown Memphis in Shelby County, Tennessee. Passengers can avail scheduled flight services to several domestic and a few international destinations. Memphis International Airport is seamlessly connected to the city through a city-wide network of rental cars, taxis, ride sharing and Limo services, shuttles, and public transportation (Memphis Area Transit Authority or MATA). This airport is the busiest cargo airport in the United States and the Western Hemisphere.

Explore Orlando

Orlando is the county seat of Orange County and a popular city in the U.S. state of Florida. It is nicknamed ‘the Theme Park Capital of the World’ because of three major theme parks located in or near the city limits. These three parks are the Walt Disney World, the Universal Orlando Resort and the SeaWorld, and they together led the city to welcome more than 68 million visitors in 2016. Orlando is also blessed with an extensive Hip Hop, Metal, Rock Music, Reggaeton and Latino music scenes. Cinema enthusiasts are well served here because of numerous movie studios in the area, thus leading the city earn the moniker of ‘Hollywood East.’

Things to do in Orlando

Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is the largest theme park resort in the world. It comprises four theme parks, two water parks, a shopping and dining district, multiple hotels, and a host of several recreation activities. Some popular highlights here include the Magic Kingdom (it consists of classic Disney attractions like Peter Pan, Snow White and the Little Mermaid) and a futuristic approach in Epcot (with attractions like Future World and a World Showcase).

Universal Orlando Resort

Centrally hallmarked by its state-of-the-art studios, the Universal Orlando Resort also has two theme parks, five hotels and an entertainment district. The studios offer an interactive experience where visitors can enjoy a movie with movie characters like Transformers, The Simpsons and The Mummy. Also of note is the Islands of Adventure where one can go on a trip of Marvel comics blockbusters like Jurassic Park, King Kong and Harry Potter's Hogwarts.


The SeaWorld is a beautifully landscaped 200-acre marine theme park in Orlando. Separated into uniquely themed areas called ‘seas’, this marine park features water shows, rides, and fun exhibits. It thrills its visitors with its gigantic aquariums and dolphin and whale shows, and is a more sedate option to the vibrant Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort.

Best Time to fly to Orlando

The best time to visit Orlando is the summer season from June to August. The temperatures can shoot up to 90 deg F with ample daylight hours to enjoy highlights like Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney World Resort. Budget travelers can visit Orlando in the winter season from December to February when it is much colder, leading to lesser crowds and cheaper flight and hotel rates. One can enjoy attractions like Downtown Food & Wine Fest and Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando Resort.

Orlando Travelers' Reviews

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