This week we’re changing the format of our weekly news round-up slightly by giving you the headlines of the news items we cover up front.
Every now and then you get a week with a lot of slightly out-of-the-ordinary airport news all coming in at the same time. This has
It was a long and very busy week with airport news headlines such as: Drug war hits airport, bird strike delays flight, airlines cry foul
This week we have three news stories that have all one thing in common: the airports the articles are about are regulars of our little
Decommissioned airports often become home to aviation unrelated occupancies as seen for example with Hong Kong’s famous old airport Kai Tak, which at one point
This week three US airports caught our attention: First on Tuesday there was San Francisco’s International Airport (IATA: SFO; LD reviewed) which made headlines with
With cheap flights to Bangkok readily available, the city has become a preferred destination to both first-time travellers and repeat visitors. Serving all is the
I am sure you agree that 2008 has been a very difficult eventful year. This also holds also true for the aviation industry as our
About three weeks ago, protesters supporting the People’s Alliance for Democracy stormed Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport (IATA: BKK), occupying the departure lounge and blocking all exits.