Articles tagged “dallas/fort worth international airport”

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Full Video: Dallas-Fort Worth Airport CEO at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport CEO Sean Dohonue steered the airport toward a rapid recovery from the pandemic. Watch him explain how it grew to become the world's no. 2 airport in passenger numbers.

Full Video: Dallas-Fort Worth Airport CEO at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

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DFW Airport CEO on the Value of Tech Investments for Swift Pandemic Recovery

Calculated investment in infrastructure and people are proving key to a winning formula for Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, which lost 95 percent of its traffic during the pandemic.

DFW Airport CEO on the Value of Tech Investments for Swift Pandemic Recovery

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Airlines Want Their Net Zero Pledges to Fly on More Than Fumes

Aviation is becoming a target for policymakers and climate emergency activists. Leaders from Delta, Air France-KLM, and McKinsey have highlighted some heartening ways to address the carbon reduction challenge.

Airlines Want Their Net Zero Pledges to Fly on More Than Fumes

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CDC Is Handing Out Free Covid Home Test Kits at U.S. Airports

Considering the Omicron variant's high rate of transmission, this appears to be a symbolic extra layer of protection more than anything.

CDC Is Handing Out  Free Covid Home Test Kits at U.S. Airports

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Business Travel Is Coming Back: Top Execs at American Airlines and Dallas-Forth Worth Airport

You can debate about in-flight studies on the risk of spreading infection. But American Airlines at least has the hard evidence that its guest-facing workers have a reported lower infection rate than the company as a whole or than the urban areas where they tend to work. That bodes well for a business travel rebound.

Business Travel Is Coming Back: Top Execs at American Airlines and Dallas-Forth Worth Airport

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The Great Contactless Experiment at Dallas-Forth Worth Airport

It looks like it took a devastating pandemic to bring much-needed technology upgrades to airports. All eyes will be on DFW in coming months.

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Announcing the Inaugural Skift Aviation Forum on Nov. 18–19 in Dallas-Fort Worth

Skift Aviation Forum will focus on the key global trends as well as the leaders creating and defining the future of air travel. The event will bring together airline CEOs, airport executives, and leadership from across the ecosystem — online travel agencies, travel tech, travel agents, original equipment manufacturers, lessors, and hospitality — to take a deep dive into the issues facing aviation.

Announcing the Inaugural Skift Aviation Forum on Nov. 18–19 in Dallas-Fort Worth

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How 2 U.S. Airports Are Unshackling Bureaucracy to Give New Businesses a Try

U.S. airports can be slow to innovate. Most are run by local governments, and they're risk-averse. It's good to see some airports trying to take chances. Let's see if more follow.

How 2 U.S. Airports Are Unshackling Bureaucracy to Give New Businesses a Try

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New Apps for the Airport Promise to Feed Time-Crunched Travelers Fast

If this works at scale, it'll be appreciated by travelers in hub airports, where there's often not enough time to grab food between flights. But reliably delivering food to passengers waiting at gates is logistically difficult, if not impossible. We'll see if these new services can pull it off.

New Apps for the Airport Promise to Feed Time-Crunched Travelers Fast