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Orlando International Airport

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  • BeachLine drivers to save cash; toll plaza going away

    BeachLine drivers to save cash; toll plaza going away
    BeachLine Expressway drivers are set to get a break of more than $1 when the toll plaza near Orlando International Airport is torn down. But they will have to wait about 18 months for demolition, officials at the Central Florida Expressway Authority...
  • 5 reasons Orlando is a good headquarters for Truly Nolen

    5 reasons Orlando is a good headquarters for Truly Nolen
    Bright yellow cars with mouse ears are being seen in more countries than ever. Orlando-based Truly Nolen, which uses the colorful cars as a marketing tool, is growing overseas. It is now in 58 countries, including Mexico, Saudi Arabia, China, Turkey and...
  • Why can tolls be charged in I-95 express lanes?

    Q: Why is Florida allowed to charge tolls on highways like Interstate 95 that were built with federal tax dollars? Mike Wolf, Boca Raton A: The federal government allows tolls on new highways and on lanes added to existing interstates, like the new I-...
  • Cheddar's Casual Cafe opens second Central Florida restaurant near OIA

    Cheddar's Casual Cafe opens second Central Florida restaurant near OIA
    Cheddar’s Casual Cafe has opened its second Central Florida restaurant at 6650 S. Semoran Blvd., near Orlando International Airport. The menu offers a variety of selections including steaks, ribs, seafood, salads, pastas, burgers and chicken....
  • 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...
  • Five things for Monday, August 4

    Five things for Monday, August 4
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida. It's Monday. Welcome to the dog days of summer. 1. The people-mover shuttles at Orlando International Airport will be getting replaced in the coming years. The shuttles that have connected the main...
  • Weather: Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Orange, Osceola

    Weather: Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Orange, Osceola
    Meteorologists with the National Weather Service have issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Orange and Osceola counties — and warn that funnel clouds and hail are possible this evening. The Weather Service said in an alert that a severe...
  • Gun safety, joyful noise, and Fair Districts: Letters

    Gun safety or control? Mary Sanchez on Sunday demonstrated the meaning of elasticity ("Put politics aside, treat gun safety as public-health issue"). You have to hand it to the liberal columnist: No fact will remain unstretched in her zest to enact gun-...
  • OIA-to-Miami All Aboard Florida train system gets more opposition

    Opposition continued to grow Tuesday against the train system that would link Orlando International Airport to South Florida. State Sen. Thad Altman, R-Melbourne, announced he would seek an opinion from Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi on whether an...
  • No fear of flying: Man tried to get a free ride to NYC -- inside jet's wheel well

    No fear of flying: Man tried to get a free ride to NYC -- inside jet's wheel well
    Geesh, what some folks won't do to avoid all those recent passenger leg room fights in airliners ... and also get a great price break. Ex-convict Demetrice Hall apparently had no fear of heights or tight spaces: He managed to burrow his way under a...