The technology is part of the nation's NextGen system that the FAA, which handles air traffic control, has been tasked with rolling out at airports across the country, to the tune of $40 billion in federal and airline funding.
A U.S. DOT exemption for Alaska in the FAA authorization passed in 2004 allows cargo landed in the state on its way to and from the Lower 48 to be shuffled among planes and carriers at that time without being subject to federal regulations
The Washington, D.C. Metroplex is the first in the nation to have three, state-of-the-art, satellite-based highways in the sky running side by side by side, each dedicated to one of the three major airports in the region.
Nov. 11--Chicago O'Hare is the worst airport in America for winter travelers who want to be on time and avoid crowds, according to a new report released Tuesday.
Some 42 percent of flights are delayed at O'Hare during the winter, according to flight...
In each case, the FAA alleges the shipments were not accompanied by shipping papers to indicate the hazardous nature of their contents and were not marked, labeled or packed in accordance with the Hazardous Materials Regulations.
Through a partnership between the San Antonio Public Library and SAT, passengers have access to the library’s catalog of digital downloads via the touch-screen kiosks located in each of the airport’s two terminals.
By 2034, flights to, from and within China will account for some 1.3 billion passengers, 856 million more than this year's total, with an average annual growth rate of 5.5%, according to a newly released projection by IATA
Palm Beach International Airport officials on Tuesday will ask the county for permission to spend $42 million to replace the airport's outdated baggage handling and explosive detection systems to make them safer and more efficient.
According to a SITA survey, improving passenger experience remains the single most important driving force for IT investment for 68% of the airports, with reducing the cost of business operations coming in second at 39%.
Research concludes that screening air travelers in a bid to block the virus' export would be far more effective if conducted in airports inside the three stricken countries than screening done in arrival destinations such as the United States.