New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
A German federal court has granted Berlin Tempelhof Airport a reprieve from closure.
A new business aviation airport has opened, albeit modestly, in western France.
For the first time in its history, Japan early next year will dedicate an airport to business and commuter aircraft.
The “egregious behavior” of the city of Danbury, Conn., in failing to cut trees on the approach for Runway 26 at Danbury Municipal Airport (DXR) is a “blat
By March 1, the Department of Homeland Security, in conjunction with the Transportation Security Administration and Secret Service, must provide a report t
On November 1, the FAA was scheduled to reinstate for six months (until April 30) a general aviation slot limitation and reservation program at Chicago O’H
A decision by the FAA that the landing-fee structure at California’s Santa Monica Airport (SMO) unjustly discriminates against certain types of aircraft ha
Aircraft operators will continue to receive bills from the city for landing at Santa Monica Airport (SMO), despite an FAA finding last month that the city’
FAA airport safety researchers have created a prototype taxiway screen that could help prevent runway incursions at airports with taxiways that pass well b
A plan implemented last year to offset the city and county tax burden on airplane owners at Pitt-Greenville (N.C.) Airport has attracted more aircraft owne