Endless delays and complications with the redevelopment of the Great Hall at the Jeppsen terminal have caused DEN to end the redevelopment contract with Great Hall Partners (GHP).
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The fourth installment of the AIP means 232 airports across the U.S. will be be granted funding for infrastructure upgrades.
With the opening of the new terminal at SFO, it is evident that they have heavily invested in the passenger experience.
In December 2018, Delta – in partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the Transportation Security Administration – unveiled the first biometric terminal in the United States. In a growing world that’s getting increasingly complicated, airports and airlines are turning to technology to streamline…
The agreement between Munich and Newark is a major milestone in the development of a world-class terminal and is thought to be worth near $2.7 billion.
New rule approved by CARB requires a gradual transition to zero-emission technology at airports by 2035, in a bid to reduce climate pollution by half a million tonnes.
A new scheme will challenge the traditional ideas of passenger experience with customer social care, assisted by resources from Carlow University.
To manage increased levels of kerbside traffic, achieve a higher level of customer service and prepare for the potential future of autonomy, Tampa International Airport is deploying a unique express kerbside solution. Al Illustrato, Executive Vice President of Facilities at Tampa International Airport, and Thomas Rossbach, member of both AIA…
Ride-sharing app services, Lyft and Uber, operating at Denver International Airport, are being moved to Level 5.
The U.S. DoT has announced $840 million worth of infrastructure grants to 381 airports in 47 states to support growing passenger numbers.
A new trade agreement between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will digitally and physically connect the airports; increasing cargo trade between the two.
Set to open in 2020, the ongoing expansion project of the terminal building at Vancouver International Airport has witnessed a steel-topping ceremony.
With below average snowfall, and above average ice conditions throughout the winter, winter operations at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport are evolving with the weather. Airfield Maintenance Manager, Zaramie Lindseth, reveals how with over 33,000,000ft2 of pavement to de-ice, the operation must be streamlined, succinct and most importantly, safe.
A new CT scanner at Miami International Airport is expected to help relieve the pressure point of security lines within the terminal.