New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Arkansas Jonesboro Municipal Airport, took a direct hit from a Category 3 tornado which caused severe damage over the weekend.
The FAA has now had to close towers in New York, Chicago and Las Vegas after positive tests were found among technicians.
The March 3 tornado caused $93 million in infrastructure damage to John C. Tune Airport in west Nashville.
ACI World is asking airlines to implement “more realistic flight schedules” as it concedes the need for slot-use waivers.
California's Van Nuys Airport has concluded a $29 million, 14-month rehabilitation project on its Taxiway B. A similar effort on Taxiway A will start soon.
Brussels is granting the temporary suspension until June 30 of the 80-20 “use it or lose it” rule for airport slots.
Airlines may now cancel flights at congested airports in the U.S. without risking the loss of slot rights.
Brussels believes the Covid-19 outbreak’s “major” effect on traffic warrants a relaxation of the EU slot rule.
The slot coordinators’ position follows airlines’ calls to temporary suspend the 80/20 use-it-or-lose-it rule in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The project also calls for re-designation of Wichita Eisenhower National Airport's three runways because of magnetic declination.