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Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is putting the spotlight on homegrown talent with an exhibit that features artwork by its employees and others who work at the South Florida airport.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is putting the spotlight on homegrown talent with an exhibit that features artwork by its employees and others who work at the South Florida airport.
Lincoln Airport Reaps Long-Term Benefits From Temporary Relocation of Air Force Base Operations
The original runway at Offutt Air Force Base just south of Omaha, NE, was built back in 1941 and extended to its current 11,700-foot length in the mid-1950s.
Airports Throughout Maine Roll Out New System to Record Aircraft Data
When an aircraft is involved in a crash, finding the “black box” flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder is imperative to subsequent investigations.
Raleigh-Durham Int’l Partners With Data Analytics Leader to Improve Passenger Forecasting
Widespread uncertainty was understandable given the unprecedented circumstances presented by the global pandemic. But passenger forecasts impact nearly every area of operations, from parking lot closures and law enforcement schedules to concession hours and capital improvement projects.
New Receiving & Distribution Center Improves the Way Goods Move Through Salt Lake City Int’l
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is changing the way people and goods travel through its facilities.
Fredericton Int’l Updates & Expands its Terminal
Fredericton International Airport (YFC), in Canada’s far northeast corner, was built more than a half century ago to accommodate 200,000 passengers annually.
Ford Int’l Reconstructs & Expands Apron
Earlier this year, contractors finished the final punch list for a much needed $50 million apron reconstruction and expansion project at Gerald R. Ford International (GRR) in Grand Rapids, MI.
Detroit Lakes County Airport Expands Main Runway to Attract More Jet Traffic
Turning perception into reality can be tricky, especially when it involves multimillion-dollar budgets.
Mitigating the Negative Effects of Firefighting Foam is Personal for Nantucket Memorial
Amid all the turmoil that COVID-19 has wrought, the only public airport on the small island of Nantucket, MA, is taking on a big issue: potential environmental contamination associated with common components in FAA-mandated firefighting foam.
Extensive Cargo Growth at Cincinnati Int’l Boosts Revenues, Diversifies Business Base
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) suffered a significant financial blow a little more than a decade ago when Delta Air Lines dropped the airport as one of its primary hubs.
Nashville Int’l Increases Parking Capacity to Match Passenger Growth
Few U.S. cities have experienced a more pronounced growth spurt than Nashville, TN. The country music mecca rebounded robustly after the 2008-09 recession, gaining nearly 300,000 jobs between 2010 and early 2020, an almost 40% increase.
Dallas Love Field, Myrtle Beach Int’l Debut Contactless Retail
Despite increasing vaccination rates and decreasing new cases of COVID-19 in the U.S., Mark Duebner realizes that pandemic fears persist, and that a portion of the traveling public remains reluctant to resume once commonplace practices such as shopping.
Public-Private Partnership Delivers New Terminal in Bermuda
L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) is passengers’ gateway to the iconic pink sand beaches of Bermuda. With an economy heavily rooted in tourism, this overseas territory of the United Kingdom and its airport have struggled since early 2020 because of COVID-19.

Collaboration

The older we get, the more we understand how not much of anything is really new. Conditions may be changing; but really, what's new about volatility of energy prices, shortages of material, fluctuating passenger counts/business or even leadership?

Connect With Customers Through Online Social Groups

Are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, blogs and podcasts really something we could use to reach our customers?

Bermuda's L.F. Wade Int'l Leases New Baggage Reconciliation System

L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) in Bermuda decided to skip the technology ride altogether for baggage reconciliation. Instead of purchasing a new system that could be obsolete in a few months, it leases BagScan from Quantum Aviation Solutions for a fixed monthly fee. Other BagScan users pay per bag or per flight departure.

Miami Int'l Creates Universal Signage for International Travelers

Miami is a melting pot of cultures, with residents claiming more than 20 different nationalities and speaking even more languages. But that pales in comparison to the vast influx of visitors from foreign countries served at its main airport. Miami International Airport (MIA) ranks third in the nation for international traffic, with 16 million total passengers annually.

BWI Marshall Upgrades its Friction Testing Technology

A recent Federal Aviation Administration initiative set the wheels in motion for Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to improve its friction testing technology.

3-D Modeling Prevents Construction Conflicts at Orlando Int'l

When Orlando International Airport recently converted office space into baggage handling space, the judicious use of technology saved time and money during the changeover.

American Eagle Uses Wireless Technology to Manage DFW Ground Fleet

American Eagle Airlines is tightening control of its ground support equipment at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) with the use of radio frequency identification (RFID) and other wireless technologies - a first at any U.S. airport, according to the system's manufacturer.

Biometrics Add a Unique Layer of Security to Access Control

Once merely a fictional prop for sci-fi shows and spy movies, biometric devices that authenticate employees by their fingerprints or hand geometry are standard equipment at some U.S. airports.

Computerized System Helps McCarran Track Underground Utilities

Las Vegas McCarran International Airport has grown considerably as it struggled to keep up with a skyrocketing tourist trade and the city's ever-growing population.

LaGuardia Addresses Unique Rubber Removal Needs

Roughly five times per year, crews work from midnight to 5 a.m. removing rubber deposits from the two main runways at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in New York.

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Biometrics Add a Unique Layer of Security to Access Control

Once merely a fictional prop for sci-fi shows and spy movies, biometric devices that authenticate employees by their fingerprints or hand geometry are standard equipment at some U.S. airports.

Computerized System Helps McCarran Track Underground Utilities

Las Vegas McCarran International Airport has grown considerably as it struggled to keep up with a skyrocketing tourist trade and the city's ever-growing population.

LaGuardia Addresses Unique Rubber Removal Needs

Roughly five times per year, crews work from midnight to 5 a.m. removing rubber deposits from the two main runways at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in New York.

American Creates New Model for JFK Fueling Systems

American Airlines unveiled its new $1.3 billion Terminal 8 at New York City's JFK International Airport last year with little mention of the new, state-of-the-art fueling system it completed at the same time.

New Connector Opens Concessions Opportunities at Philly Int'l

Borrowing from its own playbook, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is developing concessions for Terminals D and E using a scaled-down version of the strategy it used in the Terminal B/C Connector a decade ago.

ATL Proves It's Never Too Late to Go Green

A lot has changed since the terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) was built in late 1970s. Sustainable design wasn't yet a hot topic among architects, and green building standards were decades from being established.

Happy Anniversary

No airport's project work is ever complete (and I'm not talking about change orders here). Fluctuating passenger numbers and obsolescence dictate this. And fortunately, people are never tapped out of good ideas either. These truths were instrumental in the creation of Airport Improvement magazine.

Congestion is a Thing of the Future - Again

Our short-term 2009 outlook includes high single-digit enplanement declines similar to what most airports experienced in 2008. Uncertainty remains, however, as both carrier supply and passenger demand are tied to economic and financial market conditions that remain in transition...

Reno's New ARFF Facility Pays

Visitors can gamble on just about anything in Reno, NV. But airport officials don't leave safety and security to chance. An $11.9 million aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) facility completed last August at Tahoe-Reno International Airport (RNO) helps stack the odds in their favor.

DFW Pioneers Runway Safety with New Perimeter Taxiway

When Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) opened one of the nation's first perimeter taxiways in December 2008, years of work in airfield design came to fruition.

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