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.
Moines International Airport joins the ranks of airports providing wireless
Internet service for travelers, and is the first to install a new dual-use
wireless system from Opti-Fi...
IATA'S NEW ADRM
By Alex Bradley,
Airport Planning Manager, IATA
A brief review of
the industry standard airport development reference manual
The Airport Development
Reference Manual (ADRM) is one of the International Air Transport...
OF CPI AND LEASES
by Ralph Hood
Cometh via e-mail
a copy of a letter sent by Charles Linenfelser, Roanoke Aero Services,
Inc., to the FBO's landlord, Roanoke Regional Airport (VA). Mr. Linenfelser's
letter brings up an old story that's...
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2004
In this special section, AIRPORT BUSINESS takes a look at information
technology products and services available to airports and airport-based
businesses. More details on these and other IT products can be found by...
By Jodi Richards,
ATL prepares for the
future with investments in technology, infrastructure
Lance Lyttle (left) and Ben DeCosta
ATLANTA - Recently
renamed, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta...
A Cleaner Driving Force
by Jodi Richards,
Airports find benefits
in alternative fuels
As airports across the
nation try to clean up their image in the community, many are turning to
alternative fuels, such as...
By Jodi Richards,
DTW's solution for
When Detroit Metropolitan
Wayne County Airport (DTW) opened its Edward H. McNamara Terminal in early
2002, materials handling for airport tenants...
from Savannah and other observations ...
The annual NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers conference was held in early
January in Savannah. Attendees are primarily those folks involved with dispatching
corporate aircraft and Part 135s around the...