Articles tagged “airports”

Airlines

Luton Airport Runway Meltdown Reveals Airports Vulnerable to Climate Change

Airports worldwide need to practice "climate resilience" as extreme weather events, such as heatwaves, and rising sea levels, can complicate operations. Protecting runways and lengthening them are parts of the toolkit.

Luton Airport Runway Meltdown Reveals Airports Vulnerable to Climate Change

Business Travel

Remote Work Tech Startups Offer Quick Fix for Travel’s Labor Crisis

Governments around the world desperately need to fill vacant travel and tourism jobs. An emerging corporate-relocation-on-steroids model may help them staff up their airports and hotels, but may prove to be a short-term solution that fails to address more deep-rooted problems.

Remote Work Tech Startups Offer Quick Fix for Travel’s Labor Crisis

Coronavirus

Air Travel Woes Put a Drag on Recovery: New Travel Health Index

The Skift Travel Health Index dropped for the first time in 2022, as the mess at airports and airlines is catching up with the industry.

Air Travel Woes Put a Drag on Recovery: New Travel Health Index

Airline Weekly

$1 Billion in U.S. Airport Grants Fall Short of Infrastructure Needs

$1 billion sounds like a lot of money but when it comes to updating America's outdated airport infrastructure it's a drop in the bucket. Especially when the funds are spread out to as many airports as possible.

$1 Billion in U.S. Airport Grants Fall Short of Infrastructure Needs

Business Travel

Employees Already Unhappy With Pace of Returning Corporate Travel: New Survey

The nightmare that flying has become is starting to weigh on employees. Perhaps company travel managers now need to deflect any pressure from the top as bosses rush to get things back to normal.

Employees Already Unhappy With Pace of Returning Corporate Travel: New Survey

Airlines

Paris Airport Workers’ Strike Adds to European Flying Mayhem

There seems to be no end in sight for airlines' summer of misery — especially as the industry is failing to solve the problems driving staffing shortages and flight cancellations.

Paris Airport Workers’ Strike Adds to European Flying Mayhem

Airlines

Germany to Hire Workers From Turkey to Prop Up Understaffed Airports

The country will temporarily allow in foreign workers to help fill a shortfall of some 2,000 to 3,000 employees across its airports, but the recruitment campaign may come a little too late to rescue summer.

Germany to Hire Workers From Turkey to Prop Up Understaffed Airports

Airlines

U.S. Air-Passenger Screenings Highest Since Early 2020 Despite Flight Cancellation Saga

Ongoing flight cancellations in the U.S. haven't deterred passengers trying to fly from Point A to Point B. But airlines and airports aren't winning many fans.

U.S. Air-Passenger Screenings Highest Since Early 2020 Despite Flight Cancellation Saga

Business Travel

The UK’s Unique Brand of Travel Chaos Is Upending Recovery Efforts

With offices vacant again due to a crippling week-long rail strike, and airports under pressure, travel is suffering a setback, particularly business travel. In public relations terms, the UK should be in crisis management mode.

The UK’s Unique Brand of Travel Chaos Is Upending Recovery Efforts

Airlines

Strong Tourist Numbers Boost Spanish Airport Group Aena’s Outlook

No issues for Spanish airport operator Aena. The company sees a better than forecast summer ahead as other European airports struggle.

Strong Tourist Numbers Boost Spanish Airport Group Aena’s Outlook