Articles tagged “cdg”

Video: 50 Years of Airport Evolution From the Field’s Leading Architect

Video: 50 Years of Airport Evolution From the Field’s Leading Architect

Marisa Garcia, Skift

This is one to watch more than thrice.

4 years ago

France Urged to Cut Airline Tax That Funds AIDS Relief in Africa

France Urged to Cut Airline Tax That Funds AIDS Relief in Africa

Andrea Rothman, Bloomberg

Pilot and executive unions argue airlines should not be responsible for the tax, which is dragging down their profits, leaving the government to figure where, if anywhere else, it can source the money from.

5 years ago

Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport Turns 40 Years Old, Prepares for Life After Middle Age

Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport Turns 40 Years Old, Prepares for Life After Middle Age

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Paris-Charles de Gaulle isn't as bad as New York's airports, but it should look to Heathrow and Frankfurt's upgrades, as well as Asian hubs, for clues about what to do next.

5 years ago

Paris Flights Slowed as Air Traffic Controllers Go on Strike

Paris Flights Slowed as Air Traffic Controllers Go on Strike

Associated Press

Consolidating European air traffic control operations based on traffic routes as opposed to political borders would appear to be a good idea, but navigating the labor laws of a few dozen nations presents significant challenges.

5 years ago

Despite Runway Woes, Heathrow Is Still Europe’s Busiest Airport

Despite Runway Woes, Heathrow Is Still Europe’s Busiest Airport

Kari Lundgren, Bloomberg

Despite London's continued strength, it's doubtful that Istanbul would have been considered a potential rival as recently as 10 years ago.

5 years ago

SkiftDesign: Ikea Lounge at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle, complete with naps beds

Nice high profile PR stunt for Ikea (look, we're writing about it!) and Charles De Gaulle become less harrowing. Can we bring this to U.S. permanently for us economy class plebeians?

7 years ago