Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
Facilities and Services
(Orlando, Florida - FL, USA)
Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) serves more than one million people per year and is a substantial facility, even though it is overshadowed by the much larger Orlando International Airport to the south. The airport has two terminals that receive both international and domestic flights.
There are cash machines and postal services in both terminals as well as a bureau de change in Terminal A. Also onsite are many restaurants and shops including a duty-free store in Terminal A.
Airport Information Desks
Tel: +1 407 585 4500
Passengers can get assistance at the information desks, which are located in both terminals. Information staff can offer extensive information on the airport, regional attractions and hotels. Some useful numbers include:
Airport Main Switchboard - +1 407 585 4000
Airport Information - +1 407 585 4500
Shops, Duty-Free and Retail Outlets
There is a wide range of shops at Terminal A including the American Road Shop, the hugely popular Ron Jon Surf Shop and the Reel Stuff, while Terminal B also has newsagents and gift shops. In addition, Terminal A has a common duty-free shopping area.
Bars, Cafés and Restaurants
A variety of eateries can be found throughout the airport in both terminals. Chadwick's Pub in Terminal A is a favorite and serves food and beer, while Terminal B has the Blue Sky Express for coffee and snacks, and Blue Sky Spirits for alcoholic drinks.
Currency Exchange, Communications and Banking Facilities
Cash machines are situated on the upper levels of both terminals and there is also a bureau de change in Terminal A. Both terminals have postal services and public telephones are located throughout the facility.
Business and Conference Facilities
Although there is no business center at Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), the nearby Marriott Orlando Lake Mary Hotel has conference rooms and business services including computer access. The Marriott also offers courtesy shuttle transportation for guests.
Disabled travelers will find wheelchairs, ramps and elevators as well as adapted toilets and telephones. Porter assistance is available for disabled travelers; passengers requiring assistance should call ahead of time.