More than 100 special needs children go to Disney
Trip part of Sunshine Foundation's 92nd Dreamlift
More than 100 special needs children landed in Orlando on Tuesday to go to Magic Kingdom as part of the Sunshine Foundation's 92nd Dreamlift.
The children arrived at Orlando International Airport on Tuesday morning in a chartered jet from New Jersey.
After a day in the Magic Kingdom, the children will be transported back to the airport, where their flight will depart for New Jersey at 7:59 p.m. Tuesday.
The Sunshine Foundation has provided Dreamlifts, a one day excursion to Disney or other Orlando theme parks, to 5,000 children from cities across the United States, according to its website.