Cell phones have been used to detonate and create bombs for some time
Nashville International Airport announced passengers can now purchase alcohol at a restaurant/tavern in the concessions area and carry said alcohol throughout the airport
CNN posed the following question today: “If a teen carrying nothing but a comb can do it, who else could breach airport security and hop aboard the bottom of a plane?”
Apparently it's pretty easy to board a jet with stolen travel documents
The AAAE/ACC Airport Technology Workshop will review technology applications and discuss best practices in the selection, deployment and use of specific technologies in airports
The reality is most of us will open our wallets wider for convenient and comfortable air travel, which gets us from Point A to Point B in a safe and efficient manner
Some tips to get you started on your green journey
Gizmos and gadgets are great -- they can simplify our lives, and improve functionality, efficiency, and more for our airlines and airports.
But what happens when technology fails?
The greatest threat might not be the one we are most actively seeking--that of the large terrorist action on the magnitude of 9/11--but rather the smaller events committed by lone wolf terrorists
No one ever forgets the first time they smell jet fuel, and the first time they fly, says Karen Berg, associate publisher of Airport Business magazine
In my family, you don’t talk politics, especially over a nice Christmas dinner. The ensuing argument, fists pounding on tables, and loud angry voices would definitely kill the Christmas spirit. (Did I mention we’re German?)
But it seems such...
Welcome To 2013 — A New Year For An Industry That Has Changed My Life, And The Lives Of Many More Each Day
Annual conferences see increases in attendance, and momentum; industry awards recognize airport initiatives
Operators share views on the state of the industry and the upcoming election; JETNET presents its 'state of the market' bizjet report