Emirates, one of the world’s largest international carriers is planning to start a new daily service to Orlando, Florida, its 10th city in the US. The Dubai-based airline also announced a doubling of capacity on its flights to Seattle, Washington, by adding a second daily flight to the route beginning on July 1 as part of its long-term plan to fly to 20 destinations in the United States. Continue reading “Emirates Airline Adding Daily Orlando to Dubai Flights”
A 36-year-old driving instructor from Davenport died last Sunday after a Lamborghini, in which he was riding, went out of control at 100 mph on one of the courses at the Richard Petty Driving Experience at Walt Disney World, Florida. The customer behind the wheel of the vehicle lost control and properly crashed into a guard rail.
Gary Terry, the man in the passenger seat, was a senior operations manager at the exotic driving racing attraction at Walt Disney World, and he also was a professional driving instructor. Continue reading “Disney World Lamborghini Crash Kills Man”
A new state-of-the-art tennis training facility, named USTA National Campus, the New Home of American Tennis, is coming to Lake Nona. The groundbreaking ceremony for the new 63-acre complex took place in southeast Orlando only a few days ago. This officially marked the start of construction of the $60 million facility which will be built between Nautica Drive and James Bay drive in Lake Nona. Continue reading “USTA to Build $60M Complex in Lake Nona”