August 15, 2022
Airports
Airports

British [Virgins] Invade Orlando International Airport (+Photos)

MIAMI — Last Monday, Orlando International Airport’s skyline could have been mistaken with London-Heathrow or Gatwick, as the Floridian airport welcomed not one, but six Virgin Atlantic planes during its busiest day of the year. Orlando’s continued growth has seen a dramatic boost in both domestic and international traffic. In fact, the first six months […]

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New Mexico City Airport To Move Forward, President Recants Cancellation Threats

MIAMI — Mexico’s new President, Andres Lopez Obrador, is no longer threatening to halt the construction of Mexico City’s new $13 billion mega airport. The socialist President-elect had threatened during his campaign that the airport’s construction was unnecessary and too expensive for the Mexican taxpayer. Lopez Obrador even put the cancellation of this project as […]

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Naples Airport: Fastest Growing In The World?

MIAMI — Naples-Capodichino International Airport (NAP), located in the heart of the Italian city, has registered an impressive 46.1% growth in passenger figures during the first quarter of 2018. According to Assaeroporti, the Italian Airports Regulator, NAP saw an increase in traffic figures both in the domestic (+40.8%) and international (50.1%) fronts. The airport, located […]

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Miami International Airport Opens “Plane Fun” Children’s Play Area

MIAMI — Young passengers at Miami International Airport now have a new interactive play area, where can spend their time and energies before their flights or during long layovers. Created in collaboration with Miami’s Children Museum, the new area, named Plane Fun, features six interactive, immersive and educational exhibits for children to enjoy. Plane Fun […]

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Sapporo’s “New Chitose” International Airport – A Japanese Marvel

SAPPORO — Sapporo’s “New Chitose” (CTS), also known as 新千歳空港 “Shin Chitose Kūkō” is one of Japan’s busiest airports. This architectural marvel serves one of the world’s most traveled routes; between Tokyo and Sapporo, carrying 8.2 million passengers in 2012. In addition to CTS, the city of Sapporo also boasts Okadama Airport, which is located […]

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Op-Ed on Asiana 214 From A 777 Pilot: Human And Cultural Factors – A Tragedy That Should Never Have Happened

MIAMI —Because we cannot turn back time, there is nothing we can do to save the three fatal victims of  Asian’s Boeing  777-200 ER hull operating Flight 214 from Seoul Incheon airport to San Francisco International. We, as a society,  can and will take the best care of the survivors as long as necessary. And the flight […]

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