Airports

A History of DFW’s Revived Terminal E

February 23, 2017 Parker Davis

Back in 1974, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport opened with four terminals, one of which was christened “Terminal 4E.” Delta Air Lines quickly moved into the space, establishing a mini-hub out of the terminal (called “Easy

Airports

A City Divided: The Kansas City Airport Debate

February 15, 2017 Ian McMurtry

Kansas City is rapidly reinvigorating itself, from revitalized suburbs like Overland Park, Olathe, and Piper to the recent success of sports teams such as the Kansas City Royals, Kansas City Chiefs, and Sporting Kansas City.

Airlines

Norwegian Adds 130 Jobs to Growing Edinburgh Base

January 7, 2017 Tomos Howells

Norwegian Air is continuing with their expansion plans, planning to hire an additional 130 staff members to operate new routes from Edinburgh, Scotland. The open positions will include roles for over 100 cabin crew and 30 pilots in an effort to

Airports

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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