The UK Civil Aviation Authority has issued Virgin Atlantic with a permit to fly a transatlantic 100% sustainable aviation fuel flight.
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For International Airport Review, Issue 2 2023, Ralph Cutié, Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department, outlined Miami Airport’s rehearsal tours for children with special needs.
Monterey Regional Airport awarded two grants totalling $25 million to improve airport infrastructure
Monterey Regional Airport was awarded two grants totalling $25 million to support enhancements to the airport.
Ralph Cutié, Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department, tells International Airport Review how the department is committed to making air travel accessible to all passengers.
IATA released a statement on the performance of the United States and Canadian air traffic control (ATC) organisations.
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Massport announced the Runway 15R-33L Safety and Pavement Rehabilitation Project which is scheduled for this summer.
The Director General of IATA, Willie Walsh, claimed that "the added layer of expense this regulation will impose will not create a new incentive, but...will likely have an impact on ticket prices.”
New approaches reduce CO2 and other emissions by 27,000 tons annually and saves the equivalent of 62 Boeing 737 flights between New York and Cleveland.
VPorts has revealed the creation of the first international electric Advanced Air Mobility corridor between Syracuse Hancock International Airport and VPorts’ vertiport in Mirabel, Québec.
Across 28 U.S. states, 85 airports are be better prepared to keep operations running safely and smoothly, as the Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than $76.2 million in 2022 for winter operations.
Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than $31 million in grants to expand key cargo infrastructure at nine airports across the U.S.
San Diego International Airport has welcomed an additional $110 million in funding from the Federal Aviation Administration for airfield improvements as a part of the new Terminal 1 project.
The Federal Aviation Administration has released new design guidelines for vertiports, to support the safe integration of Advanced Air Mobility aircraft.