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.
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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.
VPorts has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the first-of-their-kind international electric Advanced Air Mobility corridors between Quebec and the U.S.
MIA was recognized for its myMIAccess program, which provides a diverse menu of services for travellers with disabilities.
Charles Brown, National President of Paralyzed Veterans of America has issued a statement in response to the Department of Transportation's release of its 'Airline Passengers with Disabilities Bill of Rights.'
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,…
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.