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PHOTO STORY: A Behind-the-Scenes Look Inside American’s Hub at MIA

Along with being the gateway to Latin America, Miami International Airport (MIA) is one of the world’s most bustling airports. In 2013 it was ranked the 10th busiest airport in the United States, as well as the 2nd busiest for international traffic alone. The majority of the flights in and out of the airport are served by American. On Aug. 27, we had the opportunity to tour American Airlines’ facilities in Miami. [caption id="attachment_2975" align="alignleft" width="300"] American's massive baggage sorting…

The U.K.’s Busiest Airport in Limbo: What’s Next?

The United Kingdom’s largest airport, London Heathrow, has been running at almost full capacity since the ability for cheap air travel was created back in the 1960s. While many plans have been drawn up, scrapped and revised, few solutions have truly come together to create an efficient system for providing…

Security Breach at Newark Liberty International Airport Prompts Lockdown

At approximately 7:00PM on Sunday evening, travel plans for passengers traveling through Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal C, took a turn for the worse.  A man entered a prohibited exit to C3 which is a secured hallway: this prompted an immediate evacuation of the terminal. This was of course after United States…

Carly Rae Jepsen Performes Live At JetBlue’s T5

JetBlue is known for daring to be different.  On Thursday, August 21, 2015 Carly Rae Jepsen helped fulfill that idea and airline’s other value of fun.  She hosted a concert at JetBlue’s flagship terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, Terminal Five.  Carly is a Grammy® nominated artist that has…

Washington Airspace Power Outage Prompts Delays Across the East Coast

At noon on August 15, many were looking forward to a beautiful weekend with nice temperatures across the board but were rudely awakened when their travel plans were interrupted by a power outage in the Washington Center Area (ZDC). [caption id="attachment_2629" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Screenshot from FAA advisories[/caption] The FAA reported…

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Cleveland Hopkins International Airport’s Chief of Marketing

This past Tuesday our Associate editor, Joe Pesek, was able to sit down with the Chief of Marketing and Air Service Development at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Todd Payne, to discuss the airport’s history, its once great hub, and its recent resurgence thanks in large part to low cost and…

New York LaGuardia’s Latest Overhaul Revealed

Amid much speculation, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans today to drastically renovate the aged New York LaGuardia Airport by combining four terminals into one large terminal, creating a skytrain to allow easier passenger access to the city, and significantly upgrading interior features of the airport that was once referred to…

Cables Cut at LGA Causing 119 Delta Flight Cancellations

"Crazy morning" is an understatement for what travelers experienced trying to depart LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal C early July 24, 2015. The madness began at approximately 4:30 a.m. when an on-site contractor mistakenly cut feeder cables that were serving Delta’s Terminal C.  The Port Authority contractor was at LaGuardia due to…

Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport Modernizes for Future Traffic

Out of the four terminals at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Terminal 4 has been the most outdated. Yet the terminal is one of the busiest at the airport, accounting for almost all of the flights Spirit Airlines operates from their Florida hub. The terminal handles all non-precleared international flight arrivals,…

Who Deserves to Fly into Dallas-Love Field: The History Behind…

Over the past few weeks, arguments have continued to heat up regarding one simple question; should Delta be allowed to fly into Dallas-Love Field, or be forced to fly only into Dallas-Ft. Worth International? While to some this may seem like an obvious answer to encourage competition, various factors since…