Flights from Orlando International (MCO) to Tyler Pounds Field (TYR)

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      Travel information for Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field

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      Distance from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field880 miles
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      • Only 6.6 miles separate Orlando International from Orlando (ORL)
      • Only 23.3 miles separate Orlando International from Sanford (SFB)
      • Only 49 miles separate Orlando International from Melbourne (MLB)

        Facts and figures about flying from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field

      • Flights from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field are cancelled 0.2% of the time
      • When traveling between Orlando International and Tyler Pounds Field, the most commonly used aircraft is a Boeing 737-900
      • When flying from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field, Dallas/Fort Worth International is the most common place passengers connect in
      • The Airbus A319 is the smallest airplane available for flights between Orlando International and Tyler Pounds Field
      • American Airlines Inc. operates 281 flights a week from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field
      • Flights from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field typically have a delay of 31 mins
      • Between Orlando International and Tyler Pounds Field, the delay rate is 8.2%
      • Flights from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field are not usually diverted
      • Flights from Orlando International to Tyler Pounds Field offer a Boeing 757-300 as the largest available aircraft