Lots of airport related news or a rather slow week? We normally give you this answer straight away, but this week, we’re simply presenting you our headlines – you be the judge:
Continue reading This week: Drones, volcanic ash & pricey water
Let’s get straight into it – here are our airport headlines from this week in the overview:
Continue reading This week: U.S. East Coast winter wonderland & more
This week we’ve seen one topic pop up in airport news around Europe and the United States: Ebola. Here’s the overview of all our stories for this week:
Continue reading This week: Ebola scare hits Western airports & more
It’s been another mixed week for airport related news. We found everything from a self-made video at Las Vegas Airport to terror attacks at Pakistan’s main airport:
Continue reading This week: Karachi airport under attack, Pandas in Hong Kong & music in Vegas
It’s another week with yet more exciting new airport news stories from around the globe. And it’s been quite an interesting week, so today we have a lost appeal, a boy that out-smarted all security checks, a study into spreading diseases and a roaming bull.
Continue reading This week: a lost appeal, out-smarted security and a roaming bull
Boring, boring, boring – that’s how this week has been. At least you could have had that impression when you skimmed through the airport headlines that had come our way this week. But – and this is important now – you can always rely on LateDeparture to dig up something that’s worthwhile reading. And, oh boy, did we find a couple of jewels!
Continue reading This week: another Reagan and a sad ending
Yes, we admit it, we’re one day late with our weekly airport round-up. So without further ado, let’s get right into it: This week, dozens of airport construction projects across the USA have been put on hold as the government failed to pass legislation to keep the Federal Aviation Administration running, wrote Passenger Terminal Today. According to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the FAA’s operating authority expired, forcing a partial shutdown of the agency. This has meant dozens of stop-work orders were issued last weekend on projects throughout the country.
Continue reading This week: out of cash, sick pilots and strange smells