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February 15, 2019

  1. Southwest Ramps Up Sunport Service to California   
  2. Delta Pays Out $1.3 Billion in Profit Sharing to Employees
  3. United Airlines: Three New Routes for Fast-Growing Denver Hub
  4. Non-Binary Gender Options to Be Made Available on Some Airlines, Umbrella Group Says
  5. Here's Why American Airlines is Moving Flight Attendants Out of Phoenix
  6. Parking Providers Say DFW Airport is Using 'Unfair' Fees to Push Them Out
  7. Flying Out of LAX? Service Could Be Interrupted If Nearly 700 Catering Workers Strike
  8. Drone Scare Grounds Flights at Dubai Airport  
  9. FAO Schwarz Confirms Plans for More US Airport Shops
  10. FAA Receives $17.5 Billion for 2019 in Budget Deal

February 14, 2019

  1. Storm Causes Cancellations, Delays at San Francisco International Airport
  2. Oakland International Airport Named Overall Winner at the Routes Americas 2019 Marketing Awards
  3. 3 on Delta Flight Sent to Hospital After Turbulence Forces Emergency Landing in Nevada
  4. Travelers Spread 1,000 Acts of Kindness for Valentine's Day
  5. Aeromexico Struggles as Most North American Airlines Report Hefty Profits
  6. Las Vegas-Hawaii Flights a Possibility, Southwest CEO Says
  7. Hong Kong Airlines Will Stop Flying Direct to Auckland from May
  8. Tampa International Airport Steps Up Enforcement of Non-Service Animals
  9. Airbus Set to Scrap Production of the World's Largest Airliner
  10. National Air Traffic Controllers Association President: Shutdowns Make Aviation Less Safe

February 13, 2019

  1. Fierce Storm Winds Ground SFO Flights, Topple Trees, Down Power Lines
  2. Sonoma County Airport Expands Air, Ground Operations as Denver, Dallas Flights Inbound
  3. Norwegian Axes All Flights to Caribbean
  4. Spirit Airlines Carefully Avoided Charlotte for a Dozen Years -- Now Here It Comes
  5. Heathrow Airport Wants to Use Artificial Intelligence to Speed Up Landings
  6. Dubai Airports Bets on Music, Art and Fashion to Lure More Passengers into Visiting the Emirate
  7. Travel Boom Drives Multi-Billion Indonesian Airports Expansion 
  8. US to Approve Direct Flights from Việt Nam
  9. House Considers Legislation to Shield US Aviation System from Shutdowns
  10. Software Update Aims to Keep Drones Away from Airports  

February 12, 2019

  1. Controversial Taxi Rules Have Not Reduced SFO Trips, but May Be Driving Cabbies Away
  2. Bay Area Airports by the Numbers
  3. American Airlines Ending New York JFK to Orlando Flights Amid Cut Throat Competition
  4. United Airlines Seeks to Build New $33M Hangar at Tampa International 
  5. Will Hawaiian Airlines Survive When Southwest Starts Flying to Hawaii?
  6. Effort to Privatize St. Louis Lambert International Airport Could Still Go to Vote of City Residents
  7. Des Moines International Airport Loses Direct San Francisco Flight
  8. Mobility of the Future: Fraport and Volocopter are Developing Airport Infrastructure and Passenger Processes for Air Taxi Services
  9. Hijack Fears May Force Airlines to Install Extra Cockpit Security Doors If New Law Passes in US
  10. Senators Call for FAA Probe After CBS News Report on Mechanics Being Pressured to Ignore Safety Issues

February 11, 2019

  1. At San Francisco International Airport, Private Contractors Handle Security Screening. Is It the Airport of the Future?  
  2. Universal Health Care in California: $17 Billion a Year, Says One Estimate
  3. BART's Predawn Riders Face Uncertainty and Pricier Trips as Service Hours Change 
  4. Battle Brewing Over Possibility of Taller Buildings Near San Jose International Airport  
  5. Complex Plan to Update San Jose Airport Underway  
  6. Virgin Atlantic to Start Flights Between London Heathrow and Tel Aviv
  7. Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways Set to Close Toronto Cabin Crew Base, With up to 120 Jobs at Risk
  8. Tucson International Airport Adds Service That Helps Visually Impaired Navigate Facility
  9. Stephen Lynch Takes Aim at Airport Noise, Pollution
  10. These Airline Innovations Will Change the Way You Fly

February 8, 2019

  1. Letters to the Editor: Inadequate Tribute at SFO
  2. Letters to the Editor: SFO Needs Clear Signage
  3. The Artist Creating a 150-Foot-Long Glass Rainbow
  4. Museum Gotta See ‘Um
  5. China Airlines Pilots’ Strike Leads to Angry Scenes as Passengers Left Stranded at Taiwan’s Airports
  6. Airlines Blast Proposed Denver Minimum Wage Hike, Say Travelers Will Pay More
  7. US Carriers to Gain 12 More Daytime Slots at Tokyo Haneda
  8. New Service at McCarran Airport Helps Travelers with Special Needs
  9. Ontario International Airport Adds Spanish and Mandarin-language Content to Web Site
  10. Tokyo to San Francisco in 5½ hours? If All Goes Well, Yes  

February 7, 2019

  1. Pilots with Taiwan’s Main Airline Threaten to Strike After China Airlines Chiefs Fail to Meet Demands for More Rest Time
  2. Thomas Cook Considers Sale of Airline
  3. American Airlines, British Airways Moving in Together at New York's JFK Airport
  4. After Months of Wrangling, Airlines Reach Agreement Over KCI Single Terminal Costs
  5. Canada Jetlines Announces Secured Slots at Vancouver International Airport and Has Selected the Airport as Its Home Base
  6. Denver International Airport Ready to Make Money on Its Thousand-Foot, $14.5 Million Sign
  7. New at CVG: Tiny Offices for Rent
  8. All-Electric Airport Shuttle Service Launches
  9. U.S. Travel Predicts Strong Biz Travel Growth
  10. TSA Seized 4,239 Guns at Airports Nationwide in 2018 — and Most of Them Were Loaded

February 6, 2019

  1. Supervisor Ronen Proposes Forcing SFO to Change Harvey Milk Signage Plan
  2. Lost Luggage, Canceled Flights: Opening a New Airport Terminal is Risky Business
  3. City in Talks with Elon Musk's Boring Company to Connect Diridon, Airport
  4. United Airlines is Retrofitting Its fleet for More High-Fare Travelers in a Bid to Take Down Delta
  5. United Threatens to Cut Access to Flights Departing After September, Expedia Alleges
  6. WestJet Assessing Airport Taxis, Weight of Magazines to Battle Fuel Costs, CEO Says
  7. LAWA Announces $500,000 Incentive Program to Replace Polluting Heavy Vehicles with Cleaner, Zero or Near-Zero Emissions Vehicles
  8. JFK Airport’s Terminal 8 to Get $344 Million Renovation 
  9. Renovated Terminal 2 at Honolulu Airport Ready for Southwest Airlines
  10. Report Says Sydney Airport Curfew and Caps Actually Creates More Noise

February 5, 2019

  1. SFO Unveils Dramatic Outdoor Observation Deck [Photos]
  2. Southwest Airlines First Flight to Hawaii Departs Oakland
  3. Qantas Buys 19.9% Stake in Australia’s Alliance Airlines
  4. Airlines' 'Mr. Fix It' Wants to Save the World's Worst Carrier
  5. Asia’s Aviation Industry is Booming, So Why Isn’t It Making Money?
  6. Legacy Airlines Look to Asia for Travel Technology Innovations
  7. Milwaukee Airport Quietly Changes Its Name
  8. Increased Business and Vacation Connections Drive 2018 Volume at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
  9. Port Authority Airports Now Have Real-Time Tracking for TSA and Taxi Wait Times Online
  10. Fraport USA Adds Nashville to Its List of US Airports       

February 4, 2019

  1. Nix TSA in Next Shutdown? Not So Fast, Lawmakers, Industry Say
  2. Mineta San Jose International Airport Celebrates Connecting San Jose and the South Bay to the World for 70 Years
  3. Airline Mechanics Feel Pressured to Overlook Potential Safety Problems: "Accident Waiting to Happen"
  4. United Airlines Makes Changes After Review of Plane Stranded for More Than 12 Hours  
  5. CA: FAA Gathers Input on Replacement BUR Terminal; Residents Remain Concerned About Noise
  6. Chicago's O'Hare Unseats Atlanta as the Nation's Busiest Airport
  7. San Antonio Airport Losing More Than a Dozen Flights, Including Nonstop to Toronto
  8. The Newest Way to Board at Miami International Airport: Using Your Face
  9. TSA Officer Dead After Jumping from Balcony at Orlando International Airport, Police Say
  10. Drinking in the Morning Could Soon Be Banned at UK Airports

February 1, 2019

  1. SF Taxi Drivers Preparing to Protest over New SFMTA Policy
  2. The Sidewalk Is Still Sinking in SF's Mission Bay. It Could Liquefy During an Earthquake.
  3. OAK Airport Surpasses 2017 Passenger Activity
  4. Oakland Airport Kicks off Food Concession Makeover After 10 Year-High Passenger Count  
  5. You Can Finally Fly from Sacramento Directly to This Popular Coastal California City
  6. Surge in Traffic Pushing New Airport Projects  
  7. Throttling Back: Norwegian Changes Course
  8. Future of the Airbus A380 on the Line as Emirates Considers A350 Switch
  9. Fresno Yosemite International Airport Announces Largest Expansion in History
  10. Major Investments in Airport Infrastructure Vital to Meeting Future Travel Demand

January 31, 2019

  1. United Making Hubs — Including O'Hare — the New Battleground in Fight For Supremacy  
  2. United, American and Southwest Airlines Battle Polar Vortex in Chicago 
  3. Kids (Not Just Infants!) Can Now Fly for Free on Frontier Airlines, but There's a Catch
  4. United Airlines Makes DirecTV Free on All Boeing 737s  
  5. The FAA Wants Your Drone Far, Far Away from the Super Bowl
  6. The Most Exciting New Flight Routes Coming This Spring
  7. Ontario International Airport Opens New Lounge with Food Service
  8. As Bradley International Airport Looks to Expand Its Footprint, It Might Also Look to Change Its Name
  9. Inside the Brand-New Biggest Airport in Africa, Which Also Features the Largest Chinese Restaurant on the Continent
  10. From Making Honey to Restoring Wetlands: Ecological Projects at Airports

January 30, 2019

  1. Honduran Mother Reunited with Baby Daughter at SFO After Separation at US-Mexico Border
  2. Southwest Airlines Rift with Mechanics Worsens as Contract Talks Drag On 
  3. Delta and Lufthansa Could Be in a Battle to Buy a Majority Stake in Alitalia
  4. Norwegian Air Shuttle’s Revolution Comes Unstuck 
  5. Airlines Resorting to 'Extraordinary Measures' to Protect Airport Workers in Extreme Cold
  6. Frontier Airlines Wants to Change How You Get on and off Its Planes at RDU
  7. American Airlines to Offer Free Apple Music Streaming on Flights
  8. Hawaiian Airlines Carried a Record Number of Passengers in 2018 Despite Challenges 
  9. London Prepares for Significant Snowfall as UK Airports Close in Cold Snap
  10. Heathrow Airport Wants to Use Artificial Intelligence to Speed Up Landings

January 29, 2019

  1. Incensed Taxi Drivers Propose Airport Strike
  2. Rapid City Airport Adds Nonstop Flights to Two California Cities
  3. American Airlines' 'One Team-One Plan' for 2019 Is Revealed  
  4. (Road) Warrior Pose: Cathay Pacific Adds Yoga Space to HK Airport Lounge
  5. Turkish Airlines Launches Its First Route to Mexico
  6. ANA Expands Asia Reach by Taking Stake in Philippine Airlines
  7. Passenger Traffic at LA-Area Airports Up in 2018
  8. Over 1,000 Flights Cancelled as Winter Weather Wreaks Havoc on US's Busiest Airports
  9. MAG Airports to Start Responsible Drinking Trial
  10. Authority Bodies Have Responsibility Towards Drone-Related Incidents

January 28, 2019

  1. LAX Helps Workers During Government Shutdown: Free Buses, Help with Utility Bills and a Food Pantry  
  2. Ethiopian Airlines Is Making Huge Advances in the US
  3. TAP Air Portugal Triples Service Between Newark and Porto on New Airbus A321 LR Aircraft
  4. American Airlines Introduces New O'Hare Airport Hangar
  5. Post-Shutdown: NY Airports Back to Normal, Park Sites Not so Much
  6. Beginning Next Month, Uber and Lyft Can Pick Up Visitors at Neighbor Island Airports
  7. Dubai Airport Handles 89.1 Million Passengers in 2018, Misses Target
  8. Beyond Efficiency: Exploring Airport Designs of the Future
  9. This Is the Surprise Reason Airlines Aren't Losing Luggage
  10. Thermal Cameras at Dubai Airport Smart Gates to Screen You

January 25, 2019

  1. ‘Honking Mad’ Cabs Seek Hail Mary to Prevent Airport Ban
  2. Flight from Hawaii Makes Emergency Landing at SFO After Flight Attendant Dies
  3. Airport Examining Future Growth Plans
  4. Museum Gotta See ‘Um
  5. Fresh Art at SFO and PDX Airports
  6. Delays at NorCal Airports Blamed on Gov't Shutdown
  7. SJC Passengers Surged 14.7 Percent Last Year but Growth Is Slowing Throughout Bay Area 
  8. Southwest CEO: We Won’t Introduce Basic Economy
  9. LaGuardia Inbound Flights Disrupted as FAA Crimped Amid Shutdown
  10. With No End in Sight to Government Shutdown, TSA Agents at Hawaii Airports Start to Resign

January 24, 2019

  1. Taxi Drivers to Ask Mayor to Intervene Ahead of Ban on Airport Pickups
  2. Government Shutdown Stories: FruitGuys Donates Fresh Produce to San Francisco Airport's TSA
  3. 15 of the Best Airports to Waste Time In (10 to Fly Right Through)
  4. San Jose: Airport, Food Bank Join to Feed Furloughed Workers 
  5. Direct Flights from Oakland to Edmonton Starting in May
  6. Southwest Airlines to Ax Mexico City Flights
  7. American Airlines Comes to Duluth with Nonstop Service to Chicago
  8. Airlines, Too, Are Hit When Government Workers Are Grounded  
  9. Airlines, San Diego Groups Serving Free Lunch for Federal Workers
  10. Five New Gates Open at Sea-Tac Airport

 

January 23, 2019

  1. SFO’s International Terminal Welcomes Tacos Cala, Tartine, Kamin
  2. Ambitious Food Hall from Tartine, Cala, and Kin Khao is Open at SFO
  3. Southwest Airlines Going Extra Mile for Furloughed Federal Workers at Oakland Airport
  4. Frontier Airlines Adds 5 Nonstop Flights from DIA
  5. U.S. Airlines Tap Army Helicopter Pilots to Ease Shortage
  6. Newark Airport Traffic is Briefly Halted After Drone is Spotted
  7. Manchester Airport to Open Private Terminal with Premium Service
  8. It's Official: Debut of Paine Field Passenger Flights Delayed by Federal Shutdown
  9. Gatwick Airport Trial for Valet-Parking ROBOTS Aimed at Cutting Hassle for Travellers
  10. Email: TSA Makes Plea for Backup as Shutdown Drags On

January 22, 2019

  1. SFO Urges Discounts for Federal Workers Affected by Shutdown  
  2. Gevo Working with San Francisco International Airport Consortium to Advance Sustainable Aviation Fuel
  3. SFO Airport Lounge Shuffle Baffles Business Class Passengers
  4. TSA Workers at Oakland Airport Get a Helping Hand During Shutdown
  5. CA: Shutdown Help: Folsom Nonprofit Donates 100 Lunches to TSA Agents at Sacramento Airport
  6. United Airlines is Cracking Down on People Trying to Fly Their Pets for Free
  7. Airports Rally Around Unpaid TSA Workers with Offers of Free Food, Services
  8. Sixth Terminal in Sights as DFW Earns Airport of the Year Title
  9. Logan Airport Due for Huge Makeover Aimed at Improving Access  
  10. Israel Opens New Ramon Airport Near Red Sea

January 18, 2019

  1. California Governor Defies Government to Offer TSA Workers Unemployment Benefits as Airport Officials Turn to Food Banks to Feed Employees
  2. The World's Most Surprising Airport Attractions
  3. Africa: Underdogs Threaten Africa's Darling Airlines
  4. This Famous Airline's New Discount Policy is Absolutely Brilliant (Why Didn't Southwest or Delta Think of It First?)
  5. Travelers at Newark Liberty, Laguardia and JFK Getting a Taste of a New Dining Service
  6. Port Authority’s Community Solar Power Plan Advances with Approval of New York Public Service Commission
  7. Nap Pods at Airports, Hotels' Jet-Lag Recovery Programs: It's Finally the Year of Better Sleep, at Least When On-The-Go
  8. The Art of Naming Airports
  9. Beijing’s Daxing Set to be World’s Largest and Busiest Airport
  10. In ‘Airports of the Future,’ Everything New is Old Again

January 17, 2019

  1. SFO's 3-Hour Rain Delays Explained
  2. Delta, United and Other Airlines See a Positive Year Ahead, Despite Headlines to the Contrary
  3. United Announces Order for 4 Boeing 777, 24 737 MAX
  4. Louisville International Airport to Get a New Name 
  5. Here are the 5 Ideas Being Proposed for O'Hare's Massive Expansion  
  6. These are Europe’s Busiest Airports
  7. Government Workers Plan ‘Silent March’ at Honolulu Airport to Protest Shutdown
  8. Federal Support for RDU’s New Runway for China Flights May Fall Short, Airport President Says
  9. Airports, Customs, Trade: Europe Preps for a Chaotic Brexit
  10. Use Private Screeners for Aviation Security

January 16, 2019

  1. SFO May Rename Terminal For Former Mayor Ed Lee
  2. San Jose considering loan program to help furloughed airport workers
  3. Federal Employees To Protest Government Shutdown At Airport Wednesday
  4. New Director Chosen to Lead Santa Barbara Airport
  5. The Best and Worst U.S. Airlines of 2018
  6. Airline industry fears bite from shutdown
  7. Government shutdown stalling airlines’ new offerings
  8. United Airlines to add lounge for high-end international travelers at Dulles
  9. Delhi, Mumbai to Have 3 Airports Each, 31 Cities to Get 2nd One by 2040
  10. State proposes charging Uber and Lyft at international airports

January 15, 2019

  1. California airports unaffected by government shutdown
  2. El Paso is Southwest Airlines’ Newest Nonstop from Silicon Valley’s Airport
  3. Delta CEO: Government shutdown will cost the airline $25 million this month
  4. Alaska Airlines planning to hire 3,000 workers, mostly in Wash. state
  5. ANA to Test Driverless Bus Technology At Haneda Airport
  6. San Diego International Airport to Move Some Airlines' Operations
  7. Here Are the Airports Most Affected by the Government Shutdown — and How to Check TSA Wait Times
  8. NC: GSO Continues Soundproofing Houses
  9. Hundreds of flights axed as fresh strike hits German airports
  10. New rule requires airlines to report mishandling of mobility equipment

 

January 14, 2019

  1. Frontier Airlines adding flights from Cleveland Hopkins to Charleston, S.C., San Francisco; dropping Portland
  2. Apple Spends $150m A Year On United Airlines Business Seats
  3. United Airlines Becomes World’s Second Biggest Airline By Passenger Numbers
  4. United Airlines inaugurates business lounge at Los Angeles Airport
  5. Airlines falling in love with the Airbus A220
  6. Atlanta airport: More than 1 hour of waiting at checkpoints
  7. Turbulent air common for cities with airport construction projects like KCI terminal
  8. Renovations to begin on terminal at North Carolina airport
  9. U.S. government shutdown holds up FAA approval of aircraft, routes
  10. Why Do So Many Airports Have Chapels?