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Here Come The Saints: Saint Helena Airport

November 1, 2016 Daniel Morley

In the Atlantic Ocean, roughly two-thirds of the way between South America and Africa, lies the island of Saint Helena. The island, approximately 50 square miles, is home to 4,500 Saint Helenians living in one

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From the Ashes: Rebuilding Montserrat

August 29, 2016 Ian McMurtry

1995 was a rough year for the islands of the Caribbean, as Hurricane Luis destroyed much of the northeast islands such as St. Maarten and the US Virigin Islands, damaging tourism and forever closing hotels like the

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Birmingham Accomplishes Record Passenger Traffic

August 27, 2016 James Field

Birmingham Airport has recorded their highest passenger numbers ever in their 77-year history as a gateway airport between Manchester and London. The airport, based in the midlands, has seen 11 million passengers travel through in

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Abandoned in the Rust Belt: Part Three

August 18, 2016 Ian McMurtry

This is the finale of this three part series, taking a closer look at airports in the “Rust Belt” that have seen the demise of much of their service. However, not all hope is lost as

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Abandoned in the Rust Belt: Part Two

August 6, 2016 Ian McMurtry

In this continuing series, we take a closer look at airports in the “Rust Belt” that have seen the demise of much of their service. However, not all hope is lost as some of these

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Abandoned In the Rust Belt: Part One

July 25, 2016 Ian McMurtry

At the beginning of the 1990s, air travel through the mid Atlantic region of the United States was very simple. Legacy carriers had made various hubs through the region and even smaller markets were easy

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