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Orlando is one of the busiest domestic routes from Washington DC, therefore, finding a cheap flight can become a difficult task. Whether you’re planning for a fun-filled family vacation or a bureaucratic visit, you will want to save some dollars for your trip. And that is why our mind-blowing deals for DC to Orlando flights offer breathing space. 

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About Washington DC

Washington DC is a purpose-built city on the bank of the Potomac River to serve as the capital and political center of the USA. The city houses many neoclassical monuments and government buildings with scenic vistas and museums. Also, DC offers many attractions, renowned cafes, boutiques, clubs, and restaurants for its visitors and residents. 

About Orlando

Renowned for its amusement parks, nature parks, and expansive beaches with high-end spa resorts, Orlando is a popular vacation spot for families and big kids. The city offers year-round tropical weather that attracts millions of travelers to its theme parks and other tourist attractions. Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, and LEGOLAND are popular tourist hotspots.

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FAQs on Washington DC to Orlando Flights

1. Which airlines fly directly from Washington DC to Orlando?

The airlines flying directly from Washington DC to Orlando are:

  • American Airlines
  • Avelo Airlines (seasonal)
  • Frontier Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
  • United Airlines
2. I’m booking a non-stop flight to Orlando from Washington DC. Which airport do I choose?

Washington DC has three airports, all of which offer non-stop flights to Orlando. You can choose your departure airports among the options depending on travel time, the departure time, and the airfare provided. The airports are:

  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). The airport is about 33 miles northeast of DC’s city center.
  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is located about 5 miles south of the city center.
  • Dulles International Airport (IAD) is around 28 miles west of Washington, DC.

Conversely, Orlando is served by two commercial airports, of which Orlando International Airport (MCO) is connected to Washington DC by air. Therefore, you do not have an option to select the destination airport other than MCO.

3. What is the flight duration between Washington DC and Orlando?
The flight distance between Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) is about 759 miles or 660 nautical miles. A non-stop flight from Washington DC takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes on average to cover the distance and reach Orlando, Florida. The quickest non-stop flight, operated by Southwest Airlines from BWI, takes about 2 hours and 15 minutes to land at MCO.
4. Which airline has the least delayed flights from Washington DC to Orlando?
Southwest Airlines offers the least delayed flights between Washington DC and Orlando, followed by Spirit and American Airlines.
5. Which is the cheapest day of the week to fly from Washington DC to Orlando?
Wednesday is the cheapest day to fly to Orlando from Washington, DC. Generally, flights to Orlando from DC are the most expensive on Friday evening and Monday morning. However, this doesn’t mean that you cannot find affordable flights, explore our flight deals to secure a cheap flight.
6. Do I need to pay any fees or charges for canceling my flight from BWI/DCA/IAD to MCO?
Airlines typically charge a penalty fee for changes or cancellations of flights. However, whether you incur a cancellation fee depends on your airline, route, and travel class. Many airlines have waived their change and cancellation fees on several routes because of the pandemic. Contact our customer support team or check the cancellation policies on the airline's website for more information.
7. Do airlines offer sleeping areas to passengers traveling from Washington DC to Orlando?
Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI) and Dulles International Airport (IAD) offer sleeping areas to passengers after security check-in. Also, airlines’ lounges, couches, recliners, and pre-installed seats are available in the concourse area of all the airports for passengers.
8. Am I allowed to carry food/eatables on my flight to Orlando?
You may carry food/eatables in your carry-on or checked baggage as long as it is solid and well packed according to the TSA rules. However, you cannot bring liquid, semi-liquid, and gel items on your flight to Orlando.
9. What is the baggage allowance on a flight from Washington DC to Orlando?

You can check in one piece of baggage and carry one in the cabin according to the standard for domestic flights in the USA.

  • The dimensions (length + width + height) of the checked baggage should be less than 63 inches (159 cm) and the weight must not exceed 50 pounds (23 kg). 
  • The carry-on weight cannot exceed 18 pounds (8 kg), and its dimensions must be compatible to fit in the overhead cabin or beneath the seat.

The baggage allowance on a flight from BWI/DCA/IAD to Orlando may vary with the airlines and the ticket. Please confirm with the airline or our travel experts before booking.

10. I lost my baggage during my flight to Orlando from Washington DC. How can I recover it?
Contact the airlines immediately if you cannot find your baggage after a flight from Washington DC. Airlines are responsible for any lost, damaged, or delayed baggage during a flight. The airline will compensate you for the luggage and its content if it is lost during a flight. Contact our travel experts or check the airline and government policies for more information.
11. How would I get the best deal on my flight from Washington DC to Orlando?

Crystal Travel has sourced many deals from several airlines to offer you an affordable flight journey. Use our extensive search engine to find some of the latest offers available for your trip with just a few clicks. Add your origin and destination airports as "BWI/DCA/IAD" and "MCO," as well as your travel dates. 

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