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.
About the Author
Peter Muller has specialized in airport planning and engineering for
more than 20 years. He has degrees in civil and environmental engineering
from the Universities of Cape Town and Colorado. He leads the Airports
What’s in a Song? "L.A. International Airport" is more than a place, it’s a song. Delegates to this year’s AAAE convention witnessed a choreographed grand opening
complete with dancers swaying to the airport tune, a lyrical rewrite from
Ah, spring; a time when Wiscon-sinites no longer walk on water, and the aviation industry meets ...
The Concorde retires this year, and some call it the end of an era. If so, it
is an era in which we Americans did not participate. Way back in 1963,
John Kennedy brought up the idea of a supersonic transport aircraft. It
was the wave of the future, and...
A ’Pretty Simple’ Decision
David Bennett, FAA director of the Office of Airport Safety and Standards,
was the center of the decision to reject Naples’ Stage 2 ban
Bennett, "Naples is pretty simple. We issued the...
Aviation is an
industry on hold;
waiting for dollars
from customers and government
By Armen DerHohannesian , GM, Armen DerHohannesian & Associates, LLC
looking beyond recent security directives and federal legislation generated
by the tragedies of 9/11, airports should also be reevaluating and rethinking
By Adam Lewis, Brian Busey, & Bill McCarron, Attorneys, Morrison & Foerster
Given the high risk of further airline bankruptcies, an airport is best advised
to be prepared in advance to the maximum extent possible. As part of