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TSA Lines May Return In October Without Better Government Funding

Long lines at the airport may return if congress is unable to come to terms with budgets that make sense.

6 days ago

Malaysia Is Spending $1 Billion to Fix Its Airports

If the success of Malaysia's neighboring destinations have shown, especially Singapore, it's that having a kick-ass airport can make all the difference in bringing in more travelers.

1 week ago

Turkmenistan Has Few Tourists But an Amazing New Airport

Talk about a mixed message: Look at this beautiful airport but don't come through it.

1 week ago

CEOs Defend Tech Systems and 5 Other Aviation Trends This Week

These are the aviation trends we were talking about this week.

1 week ago

Argentina’s Airports Are Getting Upgrades to Help Lure More International Carriers

Argentina is doing right by investing in its airports before it allows more international competition. On the other hand, it has a population teeming to travel that wants to have choices available in other Latin American countries.

1 week ago

Brexit Fallout and 5 Other Aviation Trends This Week

These are the aviation trends we were talking about this week.

2 weeks ago

San Francisco Airport’s Record Debt Sale to Address Demand for More Gates

Based on an upsurge in passengers and too few gates to meet airlines' demands, San Francisco International Airport is going to sell a big chunk of debt to finance its much-needed expansion. These are heady times, more or less, for San Francisco and the U.S. airline industry.

2 weeks ago

United Poaches AA President and 9 Other Aviation Trends This Week

These are the aviation trends we were talking about this week.

3 weeks ago

TSA Precheck Expands to Lufthansa Passengers Headed to Europe

TSA Precheck subscribers can now access expedited lines when flying on Lufthansa.

3 weeks ago

New York and Los Angeles Airport Scares Highlight TSA’s Failures

The U.S. government has had nearly 15 years to figure out how to fund and staff the TSA. It's still failing.

4 weeks ago

U.S. Airline Pilots Face Ever-Present Random Testing for Alcohol

Pilots rarely fly under the influence of alcohol, but when they do, it often makes the news. That makes these incidents seem more common than they are.

4 weeks ago

Qatar’s International Airport Adds a New Fee for Passengers

In years past Qatar would have just thrown some oil money around rather than added a fee. This a early sign that Gulf carriers, and the supportive transportation infrastructure supporting their growth, will spend less.

4 weeks ago