Security increased at Orlando International Airport

Tower at Orlando International Airport (OIA)
Tower at Orlando International Airport (OIA) (WKMG)

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando International Airport says it is enhancing all security measures after the attack in Brussels.

Orlando International Airport spokesman Rod Johnson says the only thing visible to passengers will be more uniformed police officers and security guards patrolling the airport.

Officials added that there have been no threats or actions to the airport and that the changes are "strictly out of an abundance of caution."

Officials at Miami International Airport have increased security in response to deadly attacks in on the Brussels airport and its subway system.

Spokesman Greg Chin said via email on Tuesday morning that there will be an increased number of uniformed police officers and canine units in and around the terminal.

Chin says airport employees have been asked to "heighten their vigilance" for suspicious activity.

Spokeswoman Casandra Davis says security hasn't been elevated at Palm Beach International Airport and decision would be made by the federal Transportation Security Administration.