FREE: Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
Free wireless internet access is available throughout the airport terminal. The SSID = MLB.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport follows all U.S. Department of Transportation rules related to passengers traveling with service animals. A designated pet-relief area is located outside on the east side of the main terminal. Check directly with your airline for rules regarding pets.
Lost & Found
Contact Lost & Found at 321.409.2045 or LostandFound@MLBair.com for items lost at the airport. For items left on the plane, contact the airline directly.
All baggage from incoming flights can be picked up at the airport’s Baggage Claim on the main level, across the atrium from the passenger security screening area. Baggage Claim is just steps from ground-transportation services, including car rental agencies, shuttles, taxi and limousine service and buses. For lost baggage, contact your airline directly.
Food & Beverage
Orlando Melbourne International Airport is home to Lucky’s Craft Food and Drink, and Lucky’s Bar, both operated proudly by Metz Culinary Management.
Lucky’s Craft Food and Drink
Lucky’s Craft Food and Drink is located in the MLB Terminal before and adjacent to the security checkpoint. It is open daily from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. (or until the last scheduled commercial flight departs). Enjoy a robust menu with passenger favorites to include Maui Joe’s Fish Tacos, Chicken Sliders, “Brevard’s Best Burger”, and fresh cut French fries. An assortment of books, magazines, travel snacks and beverages, and Florida-themed souvenirs are also available.
To view the full Lucky’s Craft Food menu, CLICK HERE.
Lucky’s Bar is located in the concourse past the security checkpoint. It is open daily from 5 a.m. until the last scheduled commercial flight departs. The full Lucky’s menu is available at the bar. An assortment of books, magazines, travel snacks and beverages are also available. Looking for last minute Florida-fun gifts? Make sure to visit the MLB Tiki Hut located in the center of the gate concourse.
MLB now runs on Dunkin’
Hot Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and fresh donuts are now available in the concourse next to Gate 3.
Orlando Melbourne International Airport has its own on-site police department staffed by Florida-certified law enforcement officers. Led by Chief Michael Brewer, the airport police department works closely with the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to ensure public safety.
Arts at the Airport
Works by local artists are showcased throughout Orlando Melbourne International Airport. Through the Brevard Cultural Alliance, the airport frequently hosts exhibitions ranging from contemporary sculptures to traditional paintings. Past exhibits include the NASA Art Collection, Ten Women in Art and a large sculpture installation. For a schedule of upcoming Arts in Public Places exhibits, visit www.artsbrevard.org.
Did you know that more than 250 German POWs were housed at NAS Melbourne during the war? Fascinating exhibits recount the history of Orlando Melbourne International Airport, including its incarnation as Naval Air Station Melbourne during World War II. The 1,000-square-foot museum features local achievements and inventions in aerospace, including a restored Link Flight Trainer used to train more than 500,000 pilots during World War II, and a drag-chute door and actual heat-resistant tiles from NASA’s Space Shuttle program.
The museum also includes displays from Florida Institute of Technology, Northrop Grumman, Harris Corp., NASA, the 45th Space Wing – Patrick Air Force Base, the Liberty Bell Museum and the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.
Located in the atrium across from the Lucky's Craft Food & Drink, the Airport Museum is free and open to the public daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.