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Most flights to Albany Airport are delayed, canceled

Luggage trolleys from airlines are sitting on the tarmac as crews prepare to clear snow at the Albany International Airport in Colony, New York, on Sunday, January 20, 2019. Luggage trolleys from airlines are sitting on the tarmac as crews… Continue Reading →

Airport honoring Ilan and Assaf Ramon ready to take off

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Rona Ramon and Minister of Transport and Intelligence, Yisrael Katz, at Ilan Airport and Assaf Ramon, under construction in the Timna Valley. (photo credit: SIVAN FARAJ) X Dear reader, As you can imagine, more… Continue Reading →

PIA launches international flights from Sialkot International Airport

The national airline Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Sunday launched direct international passenger flights between Sialkot International Airport (SIAL) and Europe. PIA and SIAL jointly organized a launch ceremony at the airport under the presidency of the Minister of Aviation,… Continue Reading →

Winter affects Sunday morning flights to Bradley International Airport

Connecticut News WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH) – To Bradley International AirportThe hardest route Sunday was the airport. Everything was either at the hour, or canceled because the airport was open and worked perfectly. The other airports had problems. Kevin Dillon… Continue Reading →

Heathrow Drone: George Rusu accused of flying near the airport a few days after the chaos of Gatwick

A 38-year-old man was charged with flying a drone near Heathrow At the airport on Christmas Eve, just a few days after a Gatwick grounded more than 1000 flights. According to court documents, George Rusu reportedly used a drone on… Continue Reading →

Delta CEO Announces Service Improvements on the Horizon with Salt Lake Airport Expansion

SALT LAKE CITY – While the Salt Lake City International Airport is undergoing a major $ 3.6 billion redevelopment, the leader of the country's second largest air carrier boasts the best passenger experiences on the ground and in the air… Continue Reading →

The MARTA direct service to the airport resumes after the withdrawal of the derailed train

After the derailment of a MARTA train on an elevated track near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport four days ago, the direct transit service was finally reinstated. MARTA spokesman Lyle Harris confirmed Saturday morning that the agency was providing rail service from… Continue Reading →

The hiring event of TSA for MSP airport, looking for 40 workers, attracts hundreds of people

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – On Saturday, during the partial closure of the government, the Transportation Security Association had a "Accelerated hiring event. " The TSA is looking to hire at least 40 people and has planned this hiring event several months… Continue Reading →

TSA workers gather at the airport

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Repairs still underway on the line of MARTA airport after the derailment

0 Repairs still underway on the line of MARTA airport after the derailment ATLANTA – Repair crews are still working on MARTA lanes leading to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, forcing passengers to take a bus bridge from College Park to the… Continue Reading →

The hustle and bustle of holidaymakers causes long queues early Friday in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

Travelers found long queues at security checkpoints in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was awarded on Friday morning, but expectations were attributed to the rush of the trip during Martin Luther King's long holiday weekend, not to the government's closure or… Continue Reading →

Eppley reopens airport operations after the runway glides off the runway

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – The metro homeless population is particularly affected by snow and ice, so organizations like the Open Door Mission are gearing up for increased needs. According to Open Open Mission, 88 homeless people died outside last year…. Continue Reading →

Delta CEO Announces Service Improvements on the Horizon with Salt Lake Airport Expansion

Graham Hughes DOSSIER – On this October 26, 2018, photo archive, Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines, speaks at a ceremony marking the first delivery of Airbus Delta Airlines A220 to Mirabel, at Quebec. While the Salt Lake City… Continue Reading →

TSA sends reinforcements to Newark airport, officers missing work

Faced with a busy weekend of travel and a increase in the number of offers calling for workThe Transportation Security Administration confirmed Friday that it has sent staff from across the country to help strengthen its workforce at Newark Airport…. Continue Reading →

Little Rock Airport Coordinates Efforts to Assist TSA Officers During Government Closure

A TSA agent from Little Rock examines the boarding cards of a family traveling to Austin before passing security checks at Clinton National Airport. Currently, TSA employees are on the verge of missing a second paycheck due to the closure… Continue Reading →

Airport employees forced to resign; criminal investigation in progress

Wayne T. Price Florida today Posted at 6:41 pm EST on January 17, 2019 After the recent resignation of two employees for thousands of dollars of missing airport equipment and materials, a Titusville-Cocoa airport board member wants the man who… Continue Reading →

Our local Red Robin wanted to help those affected. She delivered dozens of burgers to the Grand Junction Regional Airport on behalf of the TSA on Thursday.

GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado (KKCO / KJCT) – With the government closing almost a month ago, TSA officers are still working without pay. "By the beginning of the month, you know, all the bills need to be settled," said Lisa Dudley,… Continue Reading →

NCWV Airport adds an additional flight to Washington, D.C.

HARRISON COUNTY, W.Va (WDTV) – The North Central West Virginia Airport currently offers 13 return flights all week, with popular destinations like Chicago. The airport manager, Rick Rock, announced that a 14th additional round trip flight was planned for the… Continue Reading →

Two employees at Titusville Airport quit their jobs amid allegations of mismanagement of airport property

0 7 arrested after Marion County teenager disappeared, used as "sex slave", investigators say ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – A Marion County teenager, missing for nearly a year, was used as a "sex slave" in a traffic network of people using… Continue Reading →

Director leaving Willard Airport for work in Tennessee

<a target = "_ blank" href = " "class =" imagefield imagefield-jquery-lightbox imagefield-jquery-lightbox-300_width_scale "rel =" lightbox” title=”The executive director of Willard Airport, Gene Cossey, presented at a press conference in February 2017, was named a finalist on Thursday, January 3,… Continue Reading →

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