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Peshawar Bacha Khan International Airport, Pakistan
Alaska Airlines and regional affiliate Horizon Air will spend $18 million to bring the Airport of the Future check-in concept to Seattle-Tacoma International by the end of 2007.
Cargo shipments at the Eduardo Gomes Airport there have grown 25% in the last three years following a $9.
Los Angeles police say the bill would essentially give two agencies primary jurisdiction over the airport, creating a conflict over lines of responsibility.
At the center of this system's environment is the Unisys Airport Operations Management Solution (AOM), a high-volume community database that sits at the heart of the airport's operational environment.
Crisis management at an airport also differs from what a patrol officer on the street might encounter because it comprises a new and varied set of pl ayers (e.
Molar, manager, airports financial assistance division with the Office of Airport Planning and Programming, Federal Aviation Administration, Joanne Paternoster, assistant director at the aviation department of The Port Authority of N.
Earlier this fall work finally began on a long-awaited expansion of the Timmins Airport.
BAA Pittsburgh, a project of BAA USA, and affiliate of BAA plc, the world's leading airport company, who owns and operates seven UK airports, is rated among the most successful airport shopping complexes worldwide.
are difficult to believe and add that the towns would oppose dramatic airport expansion.
The airport is the busiest general-aviation facility in the world but the second-smallest of four airports controlled by Los Angeles.
She pointed out that two major issues separate airport work from most other building projects: security and worker access to job sites.