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
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
New week, new topics – same writer. I hope that’s a combination that works for you. LOL. This week we have news from the USA, London, Colombia and Germany. Quite an interesting mix of topics too – everything from a fire to beer to a volcano. Got your attention?
Continue reading This week: Olympic rings, fire, volcano and airport beer
It was a semi-busy airport week, this one. But, as always, it depends how you actually define “busy”. Surely the news kept flowing in in similar rates, but we didn’t see as much drama as in previous weeks. We think, that’s a good thing, of course. We still managed to find you some real jewels though. Let’s call them out: fog, strike, staff training and an airport sell out – sounds interesting?
Continue reading This week: an unusual auction, fog and strike
Well, well, well, how should we say it? We actually only have one topic this week: London Heathrow (LHR) and its immigration queues. Yes, okay, there were other stories this week too, e.g. a new terminal at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (ATL) that had some early passenger testing done for its new $1.4 billion terminal but of them got totally overshadowed by a full week of London Heathrow airport twists, turns and a not so politically correct celebrity comment.
Continue reading This week: London Heathrow’s big week of shambles
Well, well, we have all the ingredients for a very juicy airport news round-up this week: there are babies and puppies as main actors, for locations with have our favourite spots Heathrow and New York plus there’s also a little side story just to get things rolling on a number of levels.
Continue reading This week: puppy delays departures, baby closes terminal – really!
Easter is finally here and with that all the usual airport delays. All of them? Not so much! Travellers of the British Stansted Airport (IATA: STN) got off with a slap on the wrist as the announced baggage handler’s strike was called off. Nevertheless, we found a few (other) interesting stories in the lead-up to the long weekend.
Continue reading This week: Tornadoes, an April’s Fool’s prank gone wrong & more
This is going to be fun, as we have another one of our rivalry reports between Heathrow and Gatwick. And this week it’s all about the luggage which went right for one and oh so wrong for the other; more about that in a few paragraphs.
Continue reading This week: More London rivalry and Hawaiian welcome gone wrong
It’s been one of those odd weeks where one particular news story just didn’t go away; more about that later. In other news we found bits and pieces from the US (this time San Francisco and Denver made the cut) as well as our almost surely reoccurring news from England.
Continue reading This week: Strong winds, strikes and a wheelchair bomb scare
What a busy airport week this one was again! We’ve got more strikes albeit this week from a different European country, a culinary feast about to be unveiled in the UK, Chinese turtles and a couple of “interesting” stories from the US of A. So let’s get started right away!
Continue reading This week: Jamie’s Gatwick, 79 turtles, and German strikes