New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
On November 7, Jacksonville, Fla.
At press time, London City Airport was expecting to have received a total of 7,000 business aviation movements last year–a level of traffic it had not been
An infrared de-icing system is scheduled to be operational late this winter at New York John F.
Responding to an FAA investigation into whether or not funds intended for O’Hare and Midway airports in Chicago were used illegally to destroy Meigs Field
August Palmer, a selectman in Oxford, Conn., opposes adding approach lights to the master plan at the town’s Waterbury-Oxford Airport.
When corporate headquarters in Atlanta called on Comair to fly Bombardier CRJs three times a day from Cincinnati into Missouri’s Springfield-Branson Region
In his producing and directing debut, Brian Terwilliger wanted to make an epic movie about the romance of flying, of all things.
Last month, the FAA followed up on a March 11 e-mail, warning pilots about lax departure operations at Teterboro Airport (TEB), N.J.
Airport surface detection equipment model X (ASDE-X), designed to help controllers spot potential runway collisions, will be installed at 15 airports begin
While debate rages over whether the “temporary” Washington metropolitan area air defense identification zone (ADIZ) should be morphed into a permanent ADIZ