ORLANDO, Fla. - A "power interruption" caused two trams to stop working Tuesday afternoon at Orlando International Airport, officials said.
They said the outage happened shortly before noon and service was restored an hour later.
JetBlue, Frontier Airlines and Alaska Airlines were affected by the disruption.
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"To accommodate passengers, the doors to the walkways were opened and passengers were allowed to walk to gates 1 through 29," an airport spokeswoman said in a news release.
The trams are newer.
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