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
Our news topics this week read a bit like those from a bold headlined tabloid newspaper. But no, we’re not apologising for that, afterall it’s simply a reflection of this week’s airport related news. Plus who doesn’t like a bit of gossip every now and then? So, here they are:
Continue reading This week: Gossip week
Well, it has been a sort of a sluggish airport related news week with only a couple big stories. And funnily they both came in on the same day, from the same country and unfolded only kilometers apart from each other.
Continue reading This week: Britain’s busy Friday, US automates passport control
Well, well, well – what an eventful week this one was, huh? Without doubt Boston was the focus of this week’s general news coverage which had a massive spill-over into the transport section as well. But we wouldn’t be LateDeparture if we didn’t look beyond the obvious in this week’s airport news round-up.
Continue reading This week: Boston horror, Chavez gets airport & future US airport delays
This week has been another interesting one with quite a range of different airport news. Berlin got mentioned a couple times again, then San Francisco was in with an interesting and maybe slightly controversial idea, Stansted also had a busy week and Zurich was put to the test whilst Chicago received some disturbing freight.
Continue reading This week: Harvey Milk SFO, Zurich clears the sky and more
This week seem to have been very U.S. centric with most big headline news coming from the States. So we decided to make a feature out of it and call it the American Airport News Week.
Continue reading This week: an all American Airports News Week
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
It’s the last week in September and it seems to have been a very busy finish of the month in regards to airport related news. We found pieces from around the globe: Nigerian women stranded in Saudi Arabia, a New York evacuation, refuelling problems in Norway or a fake pilot arrested in Italy among other stories.
Continue reading This week: Pilgrims stranded, a fake pilot, refuelling problems & more
Righty-o, we’re a bit late with this update, so let’s get going as we’ve certainly found a few interesting news items this week again. Our friends from Changi airport, for example, made headlines again and there was a story about buying goats for an airport in the U.S. – intriguing isn’t it?
Continue reading This week: Changi wins again, goats wanted for an airport & more