Articles tagged “u.s. airports”

Airlines

FAA Names 50 U.S. Airports That Will Have 5G Buffer Zones

At issue is potential interference from high-speed wireless service, known as 5G, with the equipment that airplanes use for take-offs and landings. Both telecoms and airlines seek a compromise on where telecoms will deploy 5G.

FAA Names 50 U.S. Airports That Will Have 5G Buffer Zones

Airlines

TSA Screened 2.24 Million Passengers Friday, Highest Since Pandemic’s Beginnings

It appears as though the holiday season will be very busy for travel but Covid outbreaks in Europe could dampen enthusiasm.

TSA Screened 2.24 Million Passengers Friday, Highest Since Pandemic’s Beginnings

Airlines

Icelandair Seizes Low-Cost, Long-Haul Opportunities in Norwegian and Wow Air Vacuum

As coronavirus restrictions ease, Icelandair is slowly returning to its gateways with international travel from the United States and seizing on the void left by Norwegian and Wow Air. The airline is hoping this marks a return to normalcy, and a big boost in travel and profitability.

Icelandair Seizes Low-Cost, Long-Haul Opportunities in Norwegian and Wow Air Vacuum

Airlines

U.S. Airports Generate Revenue After Losing Billions During the Pandemic

The pandemic has taken a toll on airports. If airports are to thrive, they need to get creative — and fast — to increase revenue streams.

U.S. Airports Generate Revenue After Losing Billions During the Pandemic

Coronavirus

Airports Would Get Upgrades Under $14 Billion U.S. House Spending Measure

The U.S. House has a $14 billion plan to fix a highway and airport funding shortfall during the pandemic, but the measure is still just another Band-Aid on a growing need for legitimate infrastructure spending.

Airports Would Get Upgrades Under $14 Billion U.S. House Spending Measure

Airlines

U.S. Set to Relax Enhanced Covid Screening Measures for Some International Passengers

The CDC's current strategy for screening international arrivals has become unsustainable as traveler numbers grow, according to reports. Changes are expected.

U.S. Set to Relax Enhanced Covid Screening Measures for Some International Passengers

Coronavirus

Airports Look to Tech to Ensure Social Distancing of Flyers

Mind the gap.

Airports Look to Tech to Ensure Social Distancing of Flyers

Airlines

When Will More Innovation Come to U.S. Airports?

Most U.S. airports are clunky, publicly run enterprises, and they innovate slowly. Plus, their largest tenants — airlines — can be cheap, and unwilling to pay more than they need to. But a few airports are innovating, and that's good news for passengers.

When Will More Innovation Come to U.S. Airports?