ORLANDO, FLORIDA- According to the sources, the Dead body was found in a ditch on the Orlando International airport property.
The Police say that the Dead body was discovered on Friday and the investigations pertaining to the death have begun.
According to the members of the Orlando Police’s airport unit who were present at the scene on Friday evening during investigations, say that the death doesn’t seem suspicious.
In a statement by officials, they said, “At this point, it appears to be related to natural causes, there are no signs of suspicious or criminal activity. They further added that they are waiting for confirmation from the medical examiner to draw a conclusion on the case.
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According to the recently released report, a new partnership between the city of Orlando, Fl., and German aviation company Lilium inked a deal on Wednesday to develop the first U.S. transportation location for the first flying taxi service. However, pricing has not been released.
Reports say Lilium, a German aviation company, got a big ol’ green light to construct a 56,000-square-foot air taxi facility (“vertiport”) in Orlando, with our City Council approving over $800,000 in tax breaks to the Munich-based Lilium on Monday.
As per the records, Lilium has designed an all-electric, five-seat vertical takeoff aircraft that it plans to have in the skies by 2025. “Lilium’s establishment of its first U.S. air service in Lake Nona is a groundbreaking addition to the travel options for our residents and visitors,” said Tim Giuliani, president, and CEO of the Orlando Economic Partnership, in a press statement. “The company’s revolutionary air transportation technology positions Orlando to lead the nation in regional air mobility.”
As per the recently released reports on Sunday, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents screened 36,292 making it the busiest day since March 17.
According to Orlando International Airport, between October 10 and October 17, approximately 229,892 people were screened at security checkpoints. MCO was the fifth busiest airport in the country for departing passengers.
“As we begin to see traffic recover at Orlando International Airport, we remain committed to the health and safety of the traveling public,” said Phil Brown, Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. “Seeing our airport busy with increasing traffic we believe reflects a pent-up demand for travel across the country that we hope will continue through the upcoming holiday travel season.”
Records say the TSA screened 6.1 million passengers nationwide during the week of Oct. 12 through Oct. 18.
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