Airports

The Evolution of Chicago O’Hare

February 2, 2016 AirlineGeeks.com Staff

On Sunday, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel announced the next step of Chicago O’Hare’s multi-million dollar modernization, including plans for a new runway and the potential for terminal enhancements and more gates. “The Mayor’s goal for

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Ryanair Lock Horns with Europe’s Air Traffic Control

January 30, 2016 James Dinsdale

Low-cost airline Ryanair has called upon the European Commission and Parliament to take action to prevent further disruption following the latest air traffic controller’s (ATC) decision to strike. Ryanair’s head of marketing, Kenny Jacobs, stated, “It’s

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The JFK AirTrain Experiences System Shutdown

December 14, 2015 Malick Mercier

Passengers traveling through John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York ran into some possibly unexpected delays this past weekend. JFK unlike many airports has a whopping six terminals. These terminals are treated like an

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Airports Honor Paris, Following Attacks

November 16, 2015 Ryan Ewing

Following the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris that left at least 129 people dead and many others wounded, government buildings, landmarks, and other public places alike have been lit up with red, white, and blue

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SLC Plans For a Facelift

October 1, 2015 Ian McMurtry

Add Salt Lake City International Airport to the growing list of United States airports that have planned a terminal renovation. Salt Lake City announced this week that the airport is planning a new $1.8 billion

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Finnair’s First A350 XWB Makes Its Maiden Flight

September 18, 2015 James Dinsdale

Finland’s flag carrier Finnair has seen its first Airbus A350-900 XWB embark on its maiden flight out of Toulouse. The aircraft, registered F-WZFM, took off at 11:20UTC on September 16th from Airbus’ headquarters in southern France before

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