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  • 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.
  • OPD: Shirtless, greasy, barefoot man tried to stow away on JetBlue plane

    OPD: Shirtless, greasy, barefoot man tried to stow away on JetBlue plane
    Buying a pricey plane ticket and standing in the slow-moving airport security line may not be the most glamorous travel accommodations. But ex-convict Demetrice Hall learned that there are worse ways to try to get to New York City. Hall, 32, of Orlando,...

    Siemens to build All Aboard Florida trains

    Siemens to build All Aboard Florida trains
    Siemens announced Thursday that All Aboard Florida has selected it to build locomotives and passenger coaches for the planned rail line from Orlando to Miami. The trains will be built for maximum speed of 125 mph and will be assembled at Siemens’...

    Orlando airport turns down PETA ad attacking SeaWorld

    Orlando airport turns down PETA ad attacking SeaWorld
    Animal-rights group PETA wants to pay for advertising inside Orlando International Airport to attack SeaWorld's use of killer whales, but the airport won't clear it for takeoff. The ad, depicting a killer whale chomping on the leg of SeaWorld's CEO,...

    Maglev train construction could start next year, but hurdles remain

    Maglev train construction could start next year, but hurdles remain
    A former Volusia County businessman said Wednesday he could start building a multimillion-dollar magnetically-levitated train at no taxpayer expense as early as next year. But Tony Morris of American Maglev still has to obtain government approval and...