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.
As the nation watched with jaws dropped in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the staff at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport soon found themselves not running an airport but operating the city’s central evacuation center and triage...
In our August issue I recommended the book The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman. Weeks later, on September 19, FORTUNE magazine devoted ten pages of its 75th anniversary issue to the same book and author. Hey, can I spot ‘em?
Not long after Katrina made a cesspool of New Orleans, it became apparent that the industry would not be meeting there as planned for this November's annual convention hosted by the National Business Aviation Association.
The hurricanes that hit the Southern United States
devastated homes, businesses, and lives. In the midst of the disaster, some airport-based businesses were able to carry on and play vital roles in recovery and relief.
Steve Grossman, named the 2005-06 chairman of the Airports Council International-North America at the group’s annual
meeting here in September, has his master’s degree in urban planning from Michigan State University.
Speaking with vendors at the annual Airports Council International-North America convention in Toronto, it’s exciting to note the advances they have made with technology applications and what we can expect to see in the near future.