Bill Nelson to work toward faster service at OIA


ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - Senator Bill Nelson will be at Orlando International Airport Tuesday, pushing for faster service and shorter lines.

One of the options is adding kiosks at customs check-in and allowing international passengers to finish their paperwork before meeting with an official.

WFTV reported last Tuesday that it would cost $400,000 to add the kiosks.

Nelson will meet with customs and local airport officials on Tuesday.