The $30 million project repaired the terminal apron to allow the airport to accommodate future growth and development.
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The project will upgrade acres of asphalt and concrete pavement that was originally built in the 1960s, currently used for aircraft parking and movement.
Environmental Litigation Group discusses how the use of PFAS-containing foams at airports is increasing the likelihood of individuals suffering from multiple types of cancer.
Merchant Aviation has won a series of new contracts across the U.S. including the $340 million investment in the JFK development.
Quito Airport has become the first international airport in the entire Latin American and Caribbean region to achieve carbon neutrality.
The U.S. DoT has announced $840 million worth of infrastructure grants to 381 airports in 47 states to support growing passenger numbers.
As part of the $779 million investment in airport infrastructure, the U.S. Department of Transport will be supporting the creation of 11 million jobs.
As details of the terms of the UK's exit from the EU still remain a mystery, the UK's CAA has put into place contingency plans ensuring trade between the UK and the U.S. remains as uninterrupted as possible following the UK's exit from the EU.
Following suit of the Chinese Civil Aviation Authority, The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority has temporarily suspended the use of all Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
Following the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash, other airlines are suspending the use of the aircraft until further investigations are carried out to find the cause of the incident.
In his speech at the International Aviation Club in Washington, D.C., Alexandre de Juniac, highlighted the importance of both Government and Industry working together to reap the continued benefits of aviation.
For the first time since 2014, Chicago O'Hare International Airport has overtaken Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson as America's busiest airport.
Following the continued drone disruption experienced by the aviation industry, the FAA has decided to deploy a 'no fly zone' around the Super Bowl at the beginning of February.
Drones have yet again been spotted in airport airspace - this time, just 30 metres from a landing plane, at 3,500 feet on the 22 January 2018.
259 airports are now actively engaged in addressing their impact on climate change, and 49 airport operators worldwide are carbon neutral, according to the Airports Council International.