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Orlando International Airport

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  • Boaters face more waits if rail goes forward

    Boaters face more waits if rail goes forward
    Bridge closures on the New River in Fort Lauderdale would more than double under All Aboard Florida's proposed passenger service. But the length of each closure would be shorter. It's a similar story on the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter, where bridge...
  • Orlando airport first to use Lockheed forecasting software

    Orlando airport first to use Lockheed forecasting software
    Lockheed Martin Corp. has sealed a deal that will make Orlando Interntional Airport the first U.S. airport to use Lockheed's high-speed flight-demand forecasting software, the company said Monday. Financial terms of the deal were not available. The...
  • Sanford International Airport to replace TSA with private security

    Sanford International Airport to replace TSA with private security
    Private guards will take over security at Orlando Sanford International Airport early next year — a move U.S. Rep. John Mica and airport Director Larry Dale predict will result in more passenger-friendly service and shorter lines. But even with...
  • Recess, sewer hookups, and speeder: Letters

    Recess, sewer hookups, and speeder: Letters
    The case for recess How sad that some elementary-school principals find no value in recess for young students. For centuries, the notion that a healthy body is necessary for a healthy mind has been accepted by most educated people. The ancient...
  • March of Dimes volleyball: Getting muddy for a cause

    March of Dimes volleyball: Getting muddy for a cause
    Louise and Michael Garvey were soaking wet and covered with mud, and they wouldn't have had it any other way. The Orange County couple were among hundreds of volleyball enthusiasts who got dirty for charity Saturday at the 22nd annual March of Dimes...
  • Intercity rail still a key part of Orlando airport's grand vision

    Over the past few weeks, there's been a lot of discussion about All Aboard Florida, the high-speed passenger rail service designed to link Miami and Orlando. While most of the conversation centers on how the proposed train might affect communities to our...
  • Delay for international air service hurts Orlando: Editorial

    Delay for international air service hurts Orlando: Editorial
    It has been more than six months since a Norwegian discount air carrier applied to federal authorities for permission to begin operating low-cost flights between European and U.S. cities, including Orlando. This week Norwegian Air International got...
  • Osceola, Deseret draw plans for metropolis near OIA

    Osceola, Deseret draw plans for metropolis near OIA
    Osceola County and Central Florida's Deseret Ranches, one of the nation's biggest cattle operations, will lay formal groundwork as soon as this week for a metropolis of tomorrow so large it nearly defies imagination. Including large chunks of nature and...
  • Plane headed to Orlando returns to New York after hitting bird

    Plane headed to Orlando returns to New York after hitting bird
    A Jet Blue plane headed from JFK Airport in New York to Orlando International Airport had to return to JFK after it hit a bird on Saturday morning, a spokeswoman said. The plane landed safely and the 144 passengers were put on another plane. That plane...
  • Intercity rail has long been key part of airport's vision

    Over the past few weeks, there's been a lot of discussion about All Aboard Florida, the high-speed passenger-rail service designed to link Miami and Orlando. While most of the conversation centers on how the proposed train might affect communities to...
  • Orlando International to spend $65 million replacing long-serving people-movers

    Orlando International to spend $65 million replacing long-serving people-movers
    Chuck Waldron never really thought much about the automated people-movers at Orlando International Airport, even though he has ridden them countless times. "It seems to work quite efficiently. I get on, I get a handrail and enjoy the ride," said...