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The alliance will see the two companies pursue airport investment and management opportunities within the North American market, focusing on the U.S.
Once open, the new facility will enable Chicago Rockford Airport to significantly increase its international cargo operations.
The funding, which is dedicated to improving safety and efficient airport operations, will be distributed among 80 airports across 25 U.S. states.
The federal investment grants will contribute to a wide range of safety and infrastructure developments at 405 airports across the U.S.
The proposed terminal project will replace one of the existing Hollywood Burbank Airport terminals which does not meet FAA safety standards.
The FAA has released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed LaGuardia Airport AirTrain surface access project.
Two contracts, worth $11.35 million and $559,000, have been awarded by TAIT for pavement renovation and runway safety works at Tulsa Airport.
U.S. Transportation Secretary, Elaine L. Chao, announces over $273 million in grants to 184 airports in 41 states and six territories.
Air carriers from a country with a Category 2 rating – which Pakistan has just been given – are not allowed to initiate new service to the United States.
As part of International Airport Review’s CEO Series, Lance Lyttle, Managing Director of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), discusses how airports are going to have to adapt and alter traditional processes for a post-COVID-19 world.
Concessionaires at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport will benefit from financial support amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration awards U.S. airports grants to ensure they can operate efficiently in the years to come.
Approximately $10 billion in CARES grant funding will be divided among commercial and general aviation airports across the U.S.
Airports across the U.S. will be awarded approximately $10 billion in COVID-19 financial support under the Trump Administration's CARES Act Airport Program.