Articles tagged “atlanta airport”

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Atlanta: An Airport Case Study in Trying to Manage Plastic Waste

To reduce plastic waste, airports have to work with airlines, concessionaires, travelers, designers, local governments, and other parties. That's a lot of people to educate and much behavior to influence.

Atlanta: An Airport Case Study in Trying to Manage Plastic Waste

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Delta May End Discounts for All ‘Politically Divisive’ Groups After NRA Controversy

How many more news cycles will this Delta Air Lines/NRA fracas take up? Surely this is enough already, no? Let's go back discussing emotional support animals.

Delta May End Discounts for All ‘Politically Divisive’ Groups After NRA Controversy

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Beijing Is Getting Closer to Edging Out Atlanta for World’s Busiest Airport

How desirable is the "crown" for world's busiest airport? When an outage hit Atlanta International in December, more than 1,000 flights were canceled and the fallout was total mayhem.

Beijing Is Getting Closer to Edging Out Atlanta for World’s Busiest Airport

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Flyers at Atlanta Airport Bankroll Vendors Who Spend Big on City Elections

This is a problem in many U.S. cities, where local governments control a major international airport. A massive airport is a big money-generator, and everyone wants a piece of the pie. Often, companies believe they must participate in local politics to gain access.

Flyers at Atlanta Airport Bankroll Vendors Who Spend Big on City Elections

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Smaller Airports Lose Passengers While Hubs Get Bigger

Airline consolidation and the phasing out of certain regional jets have contributed to the loss of routes at smaller airports. There's no indication the situation will improve anytime soon.

Smaller Airports Lose Passengers While Hubs Get Bigger

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Delta Is Trying to Innovate Faster Security Lanes for the TSA

Delta's doing the right thing by pushing innovation at the security checkpoint -- the TSA just has to run with it.

Delta Is Trying to Innovate Faster Security Lanes for the TSA