Ontario International Airport (ONT) will receive another $10.77 million from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to invest in infrastructure improvements at the aviation gateway of choice for millions of Southern Californians. The FAA announced this week that it is awarding a total of $518 million to airports across the country,…
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The Federal Aviation Administration has launched 'Be ATC', a nationwide recruiting campaign to engage and employ the next generation of air traffic controllers.
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded a further $518 million to build safer, more accessible airports across the U.S.
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than $608 million to build safer, more accessible airports serving a wide swath of the U.S.
Miami International Airport has been recognised with Achievement Awards 2022 from the National Association of Counties for innovative government programmes that help to improve passenger and cargo operations.
The Federal Aviation Administration has begun investing the first $1 billion of $5 billion into the U.S.'s air traffic control system, made possible through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Bowman Field Airport has welcomed historic funding as part of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, that will provide a once-in-a-generation investment.
The FAA believes partnering with U.S. airports, while providing support and funding programmes, will be key to the U.S. lowering greenhouse gas emissions and achieving sustainable air travel.
Denton Enterprise Airport is set to receive $763,000 in fiscal year 2022 as part of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
The Federal Aviation Administration has levied the largest-ever fines of $81,950 and $77,272, against two passengers for alleged unruly behaviour.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has proposed a new 14-gate concourse at Washington Dulles International Airport, which will replace current outdoor boarding areas, expand passenger amenities, and support new jobs.
Over 3,000 U.S. airports will be benefitting from this once-in-a-generation funding which will give airports an opportunity to build safer and more sustainable airports. This will be the central theme of IAR’s upcoming summit.
The Federal Aviation Administration has agreed to commission the new and sustainable air traffic control tower at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
The Federal Aviation Administration has given approval for San Francisco International Airport to integrate a new landing technology, which aims to reduce aircraft noise over nearby communities.