The FAA traffic management program lifted. The Federal Aviation Administration website listed a ground stop for the airport, known by the three-letter code MCO.
UPDATE: 9:31 p.m.
Police have contained a suspect with a weapon at the Orlando International Airport, authorities tweeted Tuesday night.
UPDATE: 9:19 p.m. Passengers should contact their airline to find the status of their flight.
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Cruz said: "We have no evidence whatsoever that there was any cyber attack of any sort". He estimated the cost of the outage at 82 million euros ($91.6 million).
Police said at 9:30 p.m. that the armed man is speaking with a crisis negotiator.
A government source said police have the man surrounded and are trying to get him to surrender his weapon.
The Orlando Police Department said on its Twitter feed that said no arrests have been made, after a local TV news station said the suspect had been taken into custody.
Erik Sandoval, a reporter of the CBS affiliate in Orlando, shared video of SWAT entering the airport.
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OIA spokeswoman Carolyn Fennell said the man is contained in the rental vehicle area on level one of the airport in Terminal A. Information has not been provided on what kind of weapon the man has.
Employees had been told to shelter behind the desk of the business, he said.
The incident was first reported about 7:24 p.m. Officers responded and cleared the first floor of Terminal A, airport spokeswoman Carolyn Fennell told the Sentinel.
Airport officials said the scene is still active and no other information is available.
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