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McCarran Int’l, Lehigh Valley Int’l Launch Coronavirus Response Campaigns
With air traffic down dramatically and the future of the COVID-19 pandemic still uncertain, this has already been a trying year for the entire industry.
Ocean City Municipal Installs Artificial Turf
The Ocean City, NJ, area is known for beaches, boardwalks and unspoiled hiking areas. But some of the very features that make it attractive for tourists and outdoor enthusiasts make it difficult for the local general aviation airport.
San Antonio Int’l Among Airports With New Checkpoint Scanners
The same high-tech scanning technology that’s used for medical imaging and screening checked baggage is gradually transitioning to passenger checkpoints at dozens of U.S. airports.
San Francisco Int’l Installs First Tote-Based Baggage System in U.S.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is turning heads with the architecture and art in Harvey Milk Terminal 1, but the rebuilt facility also includes some important less visible features. The new baggage handling system is one of its hardest-working hidden gems.
O’Hare Int’l Renovates & Expands Restrooms in Terminals 1 & 3
As part of its ongoing commitment to customer service, Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) refreshes its restroom facilities on a rotating three-year cycle.
Ground Power Upgrades in the Works at Newark Int’l
Change is happening on the tarmac at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) as United Airlines decentralizes its aging ground power systems in favor of new point-of-use ground power units (GPUs).
Lexington Blue Grass Airport Adds New Fire Station During Airfield Upgrades
Lexington Blue Grass Airport (LEX) is on pace to open a new three-story aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) facility in August. Completion of the $15 million ARFF station moves the Kentucky airport one important step closer to finishing its five-phase program to enhance taxiway safety.
Consulting Teams Working Remotely Keep Projects Moving Despite Pandemic Shutdowns
As the general public continues to shy away from commercial air travel during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, airports are finding new ways to keep their important infrastructure improvements on track.
Nashville Int’l Launches New Website Design
Nashville International Airport (BNA) has completed numerous brick-and-mortar improvements in recent years to keep pace with the region’s booming economy and population growth. And now, BNA has an improved online presence as well.
New Orleans Int’l Brings Janitorial Management In-House
When Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) officially opened the doors of its new terminal in November 2019, the facility gleamed. The concourses and updated finishes literally transformed the way nearly 25,000 passengers traveled through the airport each day.
Los Angeles Int’l Expands Pandemic Protocols with Pilot of Thermal Imaging
From the very onset of the COVID-19 crisis, Los Angeles World Airports has been aggressively pursuing new processes, protocols and technologies to keep Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) clean, healthy and safe for employees, tenants and passengers.
Pedestrian Bridge Facilitates Construction of New Arrivals & Departures Hall at LaGuardia Terminal B
New York is the city that never sleeps. That’s the level of energy brought by the private consortium that recently redeveloped the Terminal B Arrivals and Departures Hall at LaGuardia Airport (LGA), one of the largest airport construction projects in the world.
The Original Aviators: John Wayne Airport (JWA)
A flock of 21 bird-like sculptures perpetually soar over the baggage carousels of Terminal C at John Wayne Airport (JWA) in Santa Ana, CA.

O'Hare Recycles Old Roofing Shingles into New Runway Pavement

More than 6,000 old roofs are now part of the airfield at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD).

New Emergency Training Center Opens Soon at Outagamie Regional

In today's post-9/11 world, demand for extensive and realistic emergency responder training has never been higher. A new $35 million facility at Outagamie County Regional Airport (ATW) in Appleton, WI, will help meet that need.

Dallas/Fort Worth Int'l Partners With Transit Authority to Bring Light Rail Service to Airport

New connections are being made since the August opening of a $36 million light rail station at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

Lincoln Airport Synchs Ancillary Airfield Projects With Runway Rehab

Lincoln Airport (LNK), located just off Cornhusker Highway in Nebraska, recently put the finishing touches on a $6 million runway project - the first major rehabilitation of its 12,900-foot primary runway in about 20 years.

New Cleaning Equipment Allows Minneapolis-St. Paul Int'l to Avoid Plumbing Project

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) had a decision to make when the Metropolitan Airports Commission signed a new agreement with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency in spring 2013. MSP essentially had two options: Overhaul the drainage system in its parking structures or change the way crews manage and discharge water runoff when cleaning them.


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Wisconsin County Airport Attracts Industrial Park as Neighbor

For a small general aviation facility, Fond du Lac County Airport (FLD) in Wisconsin has surprisingly large snow removal equipment at its disposal. The best part is, the airport doesn't own the equipment, and it even collects a few thousand dollars each year in the process.

Underground Wetlands Reduce Deicing Fluid Disposal at Buffalo Int'l

Notoriously snowy winters require New York's Buffalo Niagara International Airport to use copious amounts of propylene glycol for deicing aircraft. This year, however, it has a new method for managing the overspray that ends up on its runways: engineered wetlands.

New TSA Facility Provides Real-World Conditions for Equipment Testing

The Transportation Systems Integration Facility (TSIF) provides a full-scale operating environment to put prospective equipment through the paces before it is deployed in actual airports. It's also being used to further refine current selections and procedures.

Airlines Share Self-serve Check-in Kiosks at Newark Liberty

International passengers flying out of Newark Liberty International Airport have a bit more control at their fingertips ever since the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey installed self-service check-in kiosks in Terminal B.

Heathrow Tests Personal Rapid Transit System

Driving into some major airports at peak arrival/departure times can be as frustrating as winding through a large city during rush hour. In addition to accommodating a high volume of traffic, however, airports also have to address security issues. Some are severely constrained by limited land availability as well.

Denver Int'l Revamps its Snow Management Strategies

Mother Nature gave John Kinney a very rude welcome when he began his job as director of operations and public safety at Denver International Airport.

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Brews New Business Opportunity

There was something missing at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in New Hampshire, and the solution was born out of a centuries-old New England tradition - the Meetinghouse.

Lambert Modernizes Terminal While Preserving Iconic Features

It's a scaled-back version of the original plan, but Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is forging ahead with major capital improvements despite a choking national economy and severe industry constraints.


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