The City of New Orleans has been recovering from Hurricane Katrina since 2005 and the North Terminal Project at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is one of the most visible symbols of the rebuild and investment in infrastructure of this ‘World-Class City’. While the pre-Katrina population has not quite…
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Design, construction or upgrading of airport interiors means consideration must be given to several elements, such as space planning, passenger flow, retail master-planning, shopping furniture and overall decorative finishes. Occasionally, there's the added challenge for terminal projects to carry out the construction or upgrade work with the airport in full…
17 June 2014 | By Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, reveals how under new leadership, the airport is excelling in the face of adversity.
6 February 2007 | By Sean C. Hunter, Interim Director of Aviation, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina continues apace in New Orleans and nowhere more so than at the city’s airport, where commercial air service resumed only two weeks after the storm. Tourists are returning and Sean C. Hunter forecasts a continuing rise in passenger figures.