U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao has awarded airport safety and infrastructure grants to airports in 46 states and four territories.
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By temporarily shortening its runway by 1.1km, Auckland Airport is able to undertake vital replacement work whilst keeping the runway operational.
Infrastructure projects continue at Vilnius Airport, with apron and taxiway developments including renovation and construction.
Due to a fall in passenger numbers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Westchester County Airport has been able to accelerate its runway repaving efforts.
With COVID-19 resulting in near-zero aircraft movements, Stansted Airport has used the opportunity to complete maintenance of its runway during the day.
SDCRAA's expansion programme will work to enhance the airfield and replace the ageing Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport.
The modernisation project will benefit from a partnership between Fraport Greece and Hill International, who will oversee the construction risk management.
The joint venture between Groupe ADP and AvPORTS has finalised an agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
A drone has been used for data collection at Edmonton Airport to predict when to conduct preventative maintenance on its runways.
Philadelphia Airport has received two grants to rehabilitate platforms and canopies at its four stops on SEPTA’s Airport Line.
Aging GSE risks being not just a liability but a serious barrier to future growth, and so smaller airports determined not to be left behind must consider alternative investment opportunities. Jay Lucas, Aviation Specialist at Arkle Finance, provided more information.
The programme, to be delivered over four years, was announced in the 2019-20 Federal budget following the AAA’s Protect Regional Airports campaign.
Income per passenger has grown by 4.5 per cent in the last year as Gatwick serves 46.4 million passengers, including an extra 1.1 million long-haul passengers.
All the apprenticeship classes will take place at DFW Airport's headquarters and will be offered at no cost to the employees.
With an infrastructure deficit of AU$170 million, a new pledge of AU$100 million will see the sustainable development of regional airports in Australia.