It Just Got EASIER To Get to Disney World From the Orlando Airport

With Spring Break coming up and summer vacation right around the corner, you might be planning your next Disney World vacation!

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When planning your trip you might be researching crowd levels at the parks or booking your dining reservations. And if you’re flying, you might want to know how to get to your destination. We recently shared the five busiest days at the Orlando International Airport (MCO) during Spring Break, but one company is making it easier for you to get to Disney World from Orlando International Airport.

According to WESH 2 News, Uber has released a new feature that will make it easier for you to find your ride at the airport. Uber will be adding step-by-step instructions on the app to get users from their gate to the pickup location. The app will have photos that display what you should see when walking through the airport.


Uber is hoping this also reduces congestion from drivers waiting on riders to find their vehicles. This is available at 30 airports including Orlando International. In addition to this feature, Uber is going to roll out a walking estimate feature to show how long it will take to walk to baggage claim and when to call an Uber.


Finally, Uber is hoping to expand its Uber Reserve which allows passengers to reserve a ride 90 days in advance. These features would really help alleviate the stress of traveling to and from the airport for guests. Happy flying!

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