When the new terminal in New Orleans opens later this year, it will be the latest upgrade and expansion of a U.S. airport. Global trade group the Airports Council estimates U.S. airports will need $128 billion in upgrades by 2023. Continue reading America’s push to upgrade airports gains traction as New Orleans opens new terminal later this year
For travelers looking to find out which airlines and airports provide superior punctuality performance, OAG released its annual On-time Performance (OTP) Star Ratings. Continue reading These Airlines and Airports Rank Highest in On-time Performance
London City Airport has released a new two-minute animation which offers a glimpse of the future for London’s most central airport. Continue reading London City Airport showcases developing facilities in new video
By fall, United will extend to all hubs its usage of a data tool designed to reduce the number of missed flight connections. Continue reading United Airlines Extends Use Of Flight-Connection Optimizer
One of the busiest airports in the United States is adding a $3 billion terminal, which is expected to push new national and international routes through the busy hub and attract more airlines to fly there. Continue reading DFW Expanding with New $3B Terminal
Overall it’s not a huge deal, but we all know that the fewer hurdles put in front of travelers, the more traveling they’ll do. Continue reading U.S. Citizens Will Soon Need Visas to Visit Most of Europe
U.S. airlines downplayed the significance of the FAA’s decision to ground the Boeing 737 Max, mostly saying they have enough slack in their fleets to take care of most customers. American and United probably will be OK, but it’s hard to believe this will be business as usual for Southwest. It has more Max aircraft than the others.
Singapore will add a fifth terminal at Changi Airport to address growing travel demand. The island-city hopes to have the terminal up and running by 2030. Continue reading Singapore to Expand its Airport Even More