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January 21, 2021

  1. Runway Improvement Projects Accelerated Ahead of Planned Schedule by San Francisco Airport
  2. United Airlines Reports Massive COVID-19-Related Losses
  3. Southwest Airlines Reveals Routes, Launch Dates for 2 Newest California Cities
  4. Iberia Completes Purchase of Air Europa at Significant Discount
  5. Eyeing a Recovery, Some U.S. Airlines Resume Pilot Hiring
  6. Hong Kong and Changi Lose Status as Asia’s Busiest Airports  (subscription)
  7. How Sensors Will Help Maintain Social Distancing at Delhi's at IGI Airport
  8. President Biden Makes Mask Wearing Mandatory on Aircraft
  9. FAA Will Allow Airports to Conduct COVID-19 Health Screenings — and This Airport in Iowa Is Starting Soon
  10. Unease Over Travel Bubbles

January 20, 2020

  1. After East Bay College Student’s Deportation at SFO, 9-Year-Old Sent to San Diego Shelter  (subscription)
  2. Singapore Airlines Launches One-Stop Service for COVID-19 Testing
  3. Why Ultra-Low Cost Carrier Spirit Airlines Is Falling Behind
  4. COVID-19 Rapid Testing Becomes Available at John Wayne Airport
  5. LAX Offers 30-Minute COVID-19 Tests for $80  (subscription)
  6. Man Lives Undetected in Chicago’s O’Hare Airport for 3 Months
  7. US FAA Extends Slot Relief Through October
  8. Pushed by Airline Lobby, Testing Instead of Bans Not a Best Solution  (subscription)
  9. Where Can Americans Travel Right Now?
  10. Covid-19’s Blow to Business Travel Is Expected to Last for Years  (subscription

January 19, 2021

  1. Thanks for the Memories: Norwegian Air Shuts Down Flights at SFO, Elsewhere  (subscription)
  2. Brothers from Haiti, Ages 9 and 19, Held at SFO Despite Having Visas, Attorney Says  (subscription)
  3. She Lost a 'Beloved' Elephant Plush at SFO. Strangers on Reddit Are Helping Her Find It.
  4. Airports and DHS Offer Helping Hand to Victims of Human Trafficking
  5. Vending Machine to Sell COVID-19 Tests at Oakland International Airport
  6. LAX Officials Say Airport Had 1/3 Number of Passengers in 2020
  7. Emirates Becomes One of the First Airlines in the World to trial IATA Travel Pass, a Digital Platform for COVID-19 Updates and Test Verification
  8. Singapore Airlines Hopes to Be World's First Fully-Vaccinated Airline
  9. European Airlines Brace for Turbulence as Summer Hopes Fade  (subscription)
  10. Biden to Maintain European, Brazilian Air Travel Bans

January 15, 2021

  1. Nonstop Flights from SFO to Dubai Set to Restart  (subscription)
  2. Gay Outlaw Livens Up a Somber SFO with Her New Sculpture Patio  (subscription)
  3. American Airlines Is First US Airline to Introduce Health Passport for All International Travel to US
  4. American Airlines to Offer COVID-19 Vaccines to Employees at Hub Airports, Director Says
  5. Alaska Airlines to Require Passengers on Washington, D.C. Flights to Remain Seated for an Hour After Takeoff and Before Landing  
  6. The Pandemic ‘Reset the Runway’ and Southwest Airlines Emerges as a More Aggressive Carrier  (subscription)
  7. Delta Cites Corporate Customer Sentiment for Recovery Optimism
  8. U.S. Airlines Back Biden Plan to Mandate Masks for Passengers
  9. Dallas Airport Installs Smart Glass to Create “Gate of the Future”
  10. Disneyland as a Vaccination Site? Airports as Test Centers? The Travel Industry Pitches In  (subscription)

January 14, 2021

  1. Liberia Receives Two New Air Routes from San Francisco and Los Angeles
  2. Issue 6’s Guide To… Airport Apps  (subscription)
  3. Non-Stop Flight from Bengaluru Reaches San Francisco, Flight Commander Wows Crowd with Announcements in Kannada
  4. United Delays Return to New York’s John F Kennedy Airport
  5. San Diego International, Alaska Airlines Adds JFK Nonstop Routes
  6. Norwegian Confirms End of Transatlantic Flights  (subscription)
  7. COVID Pandemic Expected to Cost U.S. Airports an Additional $17 Billion: Steep Drop in Passenger Traffic Threatens Future Investments
  8. Airport Wants Law Restricting Access Overnight to Limit Number of Homeless
  9. Tampa International Airport Unveils 5G and Enhanced 4G Cell Service Ahead of Super Bowl LV
  10. Exclusive: U.S. FAA Chief Orders 'Zero Tolerance' for Disruptive Airline Passengers, Possibly Jail