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.
The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP),
originally authorized by Congress for FY2004, is finally obtaining funds to get the effort up and running. At the helm of the program is Christopher Jenks, manager with the Transportation Research Board.
In recent years, many airports have responded to parking shortages by developing larger parking structures. This is a trend that will continue as airports look for ways to better serve travelers, according to parking consultant Richard A. Rich.
Roger Woolsey, the long-time charter pilot (11,000 hours) who acquired the Million Air Interlink franchise in 2002, has a disarming personality that appears to be serving him well as he steers the 29 companies in the franchise system.
Each year, airports, engineers, consultants, and government officials convene at the Airport Planning, Design & Construction Symposium, hosted jointly by the American Association of Airport Executives and the Airport Consultants Council.
Earlier this year, some 300 representatives of airports and the companies that specialize in retail and concessions met at the debut Revenue & Operations Conference, hosted by the Armbrust Aviation Group.
Engineers, environmental personnel, and aviation consultants implementing SPCC regulations never dreamed that fuel delivery vehicles used to fuel aircraft would be considered "mobile or portable oil storage containers," subject to secondary containment...
Greg Roberts, A.A.E., a retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel, keeps his perspective when asked which is more important, air service development or overall economic development. "My primary focus is and always will be safety," says Roberts.
Faced with declining service from former hub carrier US Airways, Pittsburgh International Airport and the Allegheny County Airport Authority have assembled an ambitious development plan to generate aviation activity and jobs, support regional economic...