New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
The Bush Administration announced a new national policy last month that would encourage congested airports to vary landing fees based on the time of day an
Beginning January 15, operators flying out of Carlsbad Airport in Southern California have been able to obtain pay-for-service U.S.
Magnetic interference was responsible for “significant navigation problems” a NetJets Hawker 800XP experienced on takeoff from London City Airport (LCY) 15
Oxford Airport is being redeveloped and marketed as a business aviation gateway for central England and the London area.
London Manston Airport is preparing to receive a barrage of corporate aircraft, bringing players and spectators to the British Open Golf Championship, whic
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) filed a petition with the FAA last month asking that the agency reopen Ronald Reagan Washington National
Executive charter and corporate aircraft operators have complained that they have been unable to get slots at London Northolt Airport since NetJets started
In a <link http://www.oig.dot.gov/StreamFile?file=/data/pdfdocs/WEB_Final_RWSL.pdf _blank>report</link> released this week, the DOT Inspector General has f
A UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch report issued this month indicates that magnetic interference at London City Airport (LCY) was responsible for “sig
Naples (Fla.) Airport Authority (NAA) said it will appeal the FAA’s ruling last month against the airport’s ban on Stage 2 aircraft operations.