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It's a rare airport these days that hasn't been hit with capacity cuts from the airlines. At Tucson International Airport (TUS), our seat capacity was down 12.9% at the end of 2013 from its peak in 2008 - slightly better than the average for medium- and small-sized airports in the United States.  [more]


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Ohio's Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) stretches the usual format further than most. In addition to cargo, military and passenger services, it also includes rail and trucking. As such, the airport is a key component of the Rickenbacker Inland Port - one of the largest integrated logistics complexes in the United States....[more]
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In conceiving Terminal 2, officials at Raleigh-Durham International Airport strived to highlight North Carolina's tradition of handmade craftsmanship as well as its mind made technological innovations. Eight large-scale artworks commissioned for the new terminal reflect one or both themes....[more]
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