It’s been a rather odd week in regards to airport related news as we’ve seen three news articles about three separate people dying at an airport or on a flight this week. And none of the incidents sounded like daily business:
Continue reading This week: 2 deaths at airports, 1 on plane & more
Righty, let’s see what this week brought in regards to airport related news stories. Understandingly there still seems to be quite some nervousness at airports around the globe relating back to the Boston bombing. We saw two news stories that showed that this week, one from the United States and one from England.
Continue reading This week: Houston’s shooting, Gatwick’s explosion and Turkey’s Justin Bieber
Nomen est omen? Right, we’re late and hence we want to update you as quickly as possible on last week’s airport activities. So forgive us for taking a few shortcuts and get right into the stories.
Continue reading Last week: Turkey’s ambitions, winter havoc and Zeta-Jones
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
Yep, it’s that time of the week again: we’ve got your summary of the past week’s airport news ready for you. This time we have, as almost every week, some strike news, however this week they come from two different countries. Then there’s an elderly couple’s long trip back from the airport and – drum roll – there’s more.
Continue reading This week: a 20-hour airport drive, JetBlue expansion & more