Publisher's columns

What’s in a Name?

May-June
2024
I’m all for improving our airports. But do new names necessarily make them better?

What’s Your Claim to Fame?

March-April
2024
The great thing is that you can determine your airport’s claim to fame.

There’s Plenty of Smooth Air If We Ignore the Static

January-February
2024
As an industry, we have projects ready to keep pace with increased demand and the cash to pay for them. So, what could go wrong?

Childcare, Commuting and Language Classes

November-December
2023
Airports are not islands. Wait, maybe they are?

Taking Care of Tomorrow

October
2023
Times are good. We need to prepare for future growth.

The Best and the Brightest

September
2023
This September issue is a testament to the culture of brave risk-taking that pushes the status quo.

Farewell Friend, We’ll Miss You

July-August
2023
The final issue of Centerlines magazine has been published.

Highs and Lows

May-June
2023
My generation has weathered the lows of our airport industry.

Mission Accomplished

March-April
2023
Planning for March/April’s issue started last fall, and many stories were assigned around Thanksgiving.

Pulling Together

January-February
2023
Christmas 2022 was a disaster for our entire industry.

Mainstream Sustainability

November-December
2022
Some stories in this edition were included specifically for their sustainability angles while others could fit just as well in other issues. In some cases, the sustainability story emerged late in the game.

A Powerful PR Tool

October
2022
Recently, Gerald R. Ford International unveiled its new Elevate website.

Getting Rowdy

September
2022
Sometimes I wonder what consumer media outlets are thinking when they decide what stories to cover about airports and airlines.

Keeping it Real

July-August
2022
There’s a demand and necessity for things that are real.

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery...or Deception

May-June
2022
Websites are now in the same category as Rolex watches and Gucci handbags: buyer/user beware.

And the Beat Goes on

March-April
2022
This spring I competed in two half marathons. I had missed these events and am so glad we’re back to in-person races.

Settle in for More Changes

January-February
2022
We are into a new year, and the blueprint for our industry is far from boring.

Why I Love High Tide

November-December
2021
The capacity to evolve that our industry demonstrates never ceases to amaze me.

Which Team Are You On?

October
2021
In this industry, it’s hard to succeed if you’re on the bench because your political team didn’t win.

Runway & Ramp Special Edition

September
2021
A huge nomination list of compelling runway stories inspired our annual Runway & Ramp edition, which we’ve been publishing since 2010.

Getting Back on Track

July-August
2021
Those so-called experts who predicted that the post-pandemic traffic recovery would be measured in years, not months, missed the mark.

In Good Company

May-June
2021
The storied FAA Airport Improvement Program turns 40 this month.

We’ll Get There

March-April
2021
It has been a little more than a year since our industry hit a major bout of turbulence

Show Me!

January-February
2021
The COVID-19 pandemic created a plethora of options to cope with the new realities of air travel.

Let’s Not Get Ahead of Ourselves

November-December
2020
When justifying the need for their projects, airports reference pre-pandemic passenger levels.

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