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Getting to Orlando

Orlando skyline at night


The Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the closest major airport to UCF and is host to most major domestic and international airlines. Driving time to UCF is approximately 30 minutes.

Rental Cars

All major rental car companies serve the Orlando International Airport. On-airport rental locations may be found at http://www.orlandoairports.net/transport/rental_cars.htm

Avis Rental Car Discount
The 2015 ICRC Conference has partnered with Avis to provide rental cars at a discounted rate. If you wish to reserve a car please contact Todd Alexander at 1-800-525-7537 Ext. 35003 or the Meetings and Convention Department at 1-800-525-753. They can ensure that you maximize your rental dollars. Please mention AWD# D028435 when you call.

There is also a website specifically for the 2015 ICRC Conference to make your reservation online.
Avis.com – 2015 ICRC Conference

Airport Transportation to/from Orlando International Airport (MCO) and UCF Hotels:

All attendees receive $5 off round-trip shared-ride shuttle service to and from the airport, courtesy of SuperShuttle Orlando, using discount code FSA2Z.

Click here to book your transportation or call 1-800-258-3826


Taxis are available on both the A and B sides of the Main Terminal, on the Ground Transportation Level (Level) 1, at Commercial Lane parking spaces: A5-A8 and A22-A25, B5-B8 and B30-B34

Call ahead to ensure there is a taxi: Mears Transportation Group (407) 423-5566

Public Transportation

LYNX provides public transportation services for Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties. At the airport, the bus depot is located on the A-side of the Main Terminal, on the Ground Transportation Level (Level 1), at Commercial Lane spaces A38-A41

For more information on LYNX services and to plan your trip, visit their website at http://www.golynx.com/plan-trip/

About Orlando

Warm and sunny all year round, Orlando, Florida is one of the largest tourist destinations in America and is known to millions all around the world. However, there’s more to the 110.2 square miles of Orlando than just being home to some of the nation’s greatest theme parks. Going shopping and visiting museums are only a few of the many ways to fill your Orlando days. With a diverse terrain, you get the option of experiencing the stunning outdoors by day, to the exhilarating city life of downtown by night. Known as “The City Beautiful,” Orlando is sure to not disappoint.

Conference Attire and Climate

Orlando’s average daytime temperature in March is 77°F (24°C). The suggested dress code for the conference is business casual, which could include a jacket or a sweater. Please note that temperatures in the meeting rooms can fluctuate.