It’s been one of the more quiet weeks in the land of airport news. Generally this means less delays have occurred, which of course is a good thing. However those news we revisit this week are all of similar and slightly disturbing nature. Here they are in our overview:
Continue reading This week: Evacuation in Chicago, back-to-back emergency landings at DFW & more
Another week has almost past and it’s therefore time for our weekly airport news round-up. This week we have the following headlines for you:
Continue reading This week: The French strike, the Aussies block and the Americans build barrier
It seems the airport news follow the volatile recent climate – you never quite know what you’ll get. So, this week has been relatively quite and we’re going to focus on four interesting stories from around the world.
Continue reading This week: snake on a plane, fog, new airport & no more x-ray scanners
We try to stay out of global politics, however, when those politics affect flying passengers at airports around the world, we surely want to report it. So this week we have a story involving troubled Syria for you. Other than that we found more of the “regular” news bites from Dubai, Taipei and Glasgow.
Continue reading This week: Ankara grounds Syrian plane, Ryanair out of Stansted bid
Pre-Christmas time is definitely a busy period for everyone and it’s therefore no surprise that airports around the planet stirred up a lot of headlines this week as well. On Tuesday we brought you a piece about the newly proposed Thames Hub in the United Kingdom yet today we have a cat and mouse game from down-under, environmental impacts in Scotland and Beijing as well as two tabloid stories from the United States for you.
Continue reading This week: a cat & mouse game from down-under plus more