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January 23, 2008

Orlando International Airport will get a $381 million upgrade, the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority announced last Wednesday. Enhancements will be made to the lobby, the baggage system, roads, parking and the rental car area of the north terminal, opening up the terminal's capacity to 45 million passengers a year. Renovations are expected to begin this year and finish in 2012.

India-based Jet Airways Ltd. announced it will offer daily flights from Mumbai, India, to San Francisco International Airport sometime this spring. The airline currently flies to Newark (N.J.) International Airport and New York City's John F. Kennedy International.