The displayed flights from Los Angeles to Orlando are round-trip. Airfares are non-warranted and subject to change. The fares comprise base fare, fuel surcharges, airline/airport taxes, and our service fee.
A Quick Look at the Tourism Season in Los Angeles
The choice of season to visit Los Angeles has an impact on the cost of your airline ticket. Here is how the tourism season behaves throughout a year.
March marks the beginning of spring. April is fantastic with the mercury hovering around a pleasant 54°F (12.2°C) to 72°F (22.2°C) range.
“January, December, February”
Wettest months. January has warm days and cold nights (between 48°F (8.9°C) and 68°F (20°C).
March is a transitional month. Expect temperatures between mild 51°F (10.6°C) and warm 70°F (21.1°C).
The heat rises to the mid 80°F (26.7°C), and tourists flock to the ocean, making it crowded and uncomfortable.
Departure Airport and Airline Choices in LA
1. Bob Hope Airport (BUR / KBUR)
Jetblue Airways, United Airlines, American Airlines, and Alaska Airlines operate connecting flights to Orlando. JFK Airport serves as the layover airport. Mind the layover time while planning your Orlando travel.
2. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX / KLAX)
Frontier Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, and Jetblue Airways operate nonstop flights to Orlando. One-stop connecting flights from LAX to MCO Orlando take halt either at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) or Denver Airport (DEN).
3. John Wayne Airport (SNA / KSNA)
The airport is 39 miles from Los Angeles, CA. Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, and American Airlines operate connecting flights to Orlando. Denver – DEN serves as the layover airport. Take note of the layover time before you confirm your Los Angeles to Orlando flight.
4. LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT / KONT)
LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT / KONT) is 40 miles from Los Angeles, CA. Nonstop flights depart to MCO. However, Orlando flights departing to DAB are mostly connecting with one or two stops.
Arrival Airport and Airline Choices in Orlando
1. Orlando International Airport (IATA: MCO, ICAO: KMCO)
The airport has 92 arrivals from Los Angeles in a week with American, Frontier Airlines, Southwest and Spirit Airlines. MCO is a major public airport located six miles (10 km) southeast of Downtown Orlando. From LAX and ONT both airports, you can expect direct flights to MCO.
2.Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB / KDAB)
Daytona Beach International Airport is a county-owned airport located three miles (5 km) southwest of Daytona Beach. The airport has domestic flights from Daytona Beach, Florida and is 53 miles from Orlando, FL. Most of the arrivals from Los Angeles are with American airlines.
Los Angeles to Orlando: Flight Distance and Time
While planning your flight, it’s important that you keep in mind the time difference between Los Angeles and Orlando. Orlando is 3 hours ahead of LA. You may observe some variation in flight time and distance based on the departure and arrival airport pair selection.
Note: The flight distance and flight time are tentative. The aircraft speed is assumed as 500 miles or 804.67 km per hour. You should check with your airlines to have the precise information.
| Departure-Arrival Airport || Flight Distance || Flight Time |
| LAX to MCO || 2,218 miles/3569 km || 4 hours 19 minutes |
| BUR to MCO || 2,215 miles/3564 km || 4 hours 56 minutes |
| LAX to DAB || 2,215 miles/3565 km || 4 hours 56 minutes |
| ONT to MCO || 2,171 miles/3494 km || 4 hours 51 minutes |
| SNA to MCO || 2,187 miles/3519 km || 4 hours 52 minutes |
| ONT to DAB || 2,169 miles/3491 km || 4 hours 50 minutes |