America is the land of opportunity and freedom, right? In many ways that’s definitely still true: You’re free to drive anywhere, you’re free to express your opinion (that guy in the subway did exactly that with the full force of his adult voice) or you can still make it big in business whatever background you have. And certainly for consumers, freedom also applies to the country’s economy. There’s hardly another place where you have so many choices – be it the type and brand of mineral water you can drink, the breakfast cereals you prefer or the airline you choose to cross this vast country with.
Continue reading Report: Across the States with JetBlue
This week is the second last week of our airport news reviews in 2013 before we take a – what we think – well deserved break. Let’s look at what we found this week then:
Continue reading This week: Spanish ghost airport up for grabs, snowy owls at JFK & more
Alright-y, let’s do this. It’s going to be a brief update this week as we’re sure everyone appreciates that given the Christmas craziness has officially started!
Continue reading This week: DFW’s winter nightmare, glitch in the UK & more
Okay, we’re late again. But surely you can forgive us this week after all that Turkey we had to eat. Hang on a minute, you say, aren’t you guys based in Australia? Correct, but we’ve got so many followers from the USA, we’re bound to talk turkey! Anyhow, here are our airport topics from this (errr, last) week:
Continue reading This week: Thanksgiving, China’s $1B airport flop, e-ciggies at LHR
Another week has passed and it’s therefore our job to once again recap some of the main airport news articles from the week. This week we have the following for you:
Continue reading This week: Dreamlifter landed at wrong airport, LAX security scare & more
We’ve got a late departure ourselves this week since our update is published day later than usual. Well, even we aren’t faultless, hey? Here’s what we have for you from this week’s airport news around the world:
Continue reading This week: Boris island airports’ next chapter revealed & more
This infographic was sent to us from our friends at Venere.com. We thought it’s well worth sharing with our loyal readers.
From conspiracy theories involving secret cities, aliens and hidden messages to surprising animal residents and buried treasure, America’s airports are a wealth of mysteries and unique fixtures.
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Another week has passed and we’re back on with our weekly airport news round-up. This week we have the following topics for you
Continue reading This week: Alligator found at Chicago, Fire in Montreal & ‘street view’ for Gatwick
OMG, that wasn’t a good airport week in terms of news types that came in. It already started mixed with wild UK weather overshadowing the opening of Dubai’s newest airport but it all went pear-shaped with Friday’s shooting at LAX. Here is the full list of our topics for his week, in chronological order:
Continue reading This week: Shooting at LAX, wild UK weather & more
This week’s been another one that was dominated by airport news coming from the United States. We managed to find one or two from other parts of the world too though, here are our topics for this week:
Continue reading This week: Smog closes airport, rowdy passengers in Florida & more