Trams stop at Orlando airport after power interruption

Outage lasted for about an hour

Two trams stopped for about an hour at Orlando International Airport on Thursday. (News 6)

ORLANDO, Fla. – A power interruption caused two trams at Orlando International Airport to stop for about an hour Tuesday afternoon, according to airport officials.

The two automated people mover trams connecting Airside 1 to the main terminal building stopped working at about 12:55 p.m. and were operational again by 1:53 p.m.

A spokeswoman said the tram doors were opened during the stoppage, which allowed passengers to walk to gates one through 29. A bus was also used to shuttle passengers to Airside 3 so they could then be transported to the main terminal building.

JetBlue, Frontier Airlines and Alaska Airlines passengers were affected.

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