Airport Business magazine is the most widely circulated and audited business publication that targets professionals who manage airports, airport-based businesses, and corporate flight facilities in North America. Its 17,000+ subscribers are critical to the safe operation of the North American air transportation system.
Published 8 times annually, Airport Business seeks to help these managers run their operations more effectively by sharing case studies of what others are doing successfully and by providing expert analysis, industry news, and product information.
Shorter term leases, local flavor a growing emphasis at airports
A recent canvass of 38 representative North
American airports shows three emerging trends involving master concessionaires
During one week in April I spent three days at Sun ’N Fun, then spoke at
the Illinois Aviation Conference and also the North Carolina Airports
Association. It was a helluva week.
Inside the Fence
John Infanger, Editorial Director
You think you have a handle on reality,
and then someone starts a discussion about airline mergers ...
Jeff Stanley, manager of regulatory analysis
for United Airlines...
Opinions on Concessions
AIRPORT BUSINESS spoke with Robert Weinberg
of MarketPlace Development, Bill Anton of Anton Airfood, and Scott Sampson
of Westfield Corporation about concessions development. Each had
interesting things to...
Target: Air Carriers
Report from this year’s AAAE Air Service Conference
By John F. Infanger, Editorial
The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority has taken a
different approach toward advertising the airport and...
North American Jet is making its mark, and significant investment
John F. Infanger, Editorial Director
Ken Ross, president, North American Jet
WHEELING, IL — Ken Ross, president
of North American...
Emphasis on Fuel Quality
Oil industry veteran walks through the fuel delivery, handling process
Fred Barnes, Manager of Aviation, Product Engineering,
Chevron Products Company
Fred Barnes is the manager of aviation...
CAPACITY, AND OTHER ISSUES
Airport execs see ATC, unwieldy approval processes as top challenges
By John Boyce, Contributing
Space and time appear to be occupying the
thoughts of a sizable segment of the population of...
The 139 NPRM
Overview of proposed revisions to certificated airport requirements
By Bobbi Thompson, Consultant
The proposed rulemaking would revise and
clarify safety and operational requirements that have become outdated,
Finalizing contracts, initiating build-out of Reno/Tahoe concessions
Lindsay M. Hitch, Assistant Editor
Preparing to finalize food and beverage
and concessions contracts with three vendors, Reno/Tahoe...