SITA, the global air transport information and communications company with its North American headquarters in Atlanta, released on May 28 a survey of passenger satisfaction from booking to bag collection at airports around the world.
Atlanta-based NCR Corp. is showcasing its latest technology innovations for the travel industry at the Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 being held in Paris at the Porte de Versailles convention hall March 10-12.
The Atlanta Regional Commission is accepting proposals from companies interested in developing plans for the “Atlanta Aerotropolis” until Nov. 7.
Airports Council International-North America released the findings of its latest economic impact study Sept. 8 during its annual conference at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. According to the study, titled The Economic Impact of Commercial Airports in 2013, airports in the U.S. are responsible for an annual output of more than $1 trillion and for 7 percent of […]
The Atlanta Regional Commission has already aired its New Year’s resolutions, and fostering cooperation to develop the Atlanta airport area is at the top of the list for 2014.
If anyone knows about designing an airport city, it’s Güller Güller architecture urbanism, which is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and Zurich, Switzerland. The duo of brothers work on locally defined projects but use them to reflect European and global changes in society and the respective planning cultures.
By 2015 air travel will be vastly transformed due to innovations in information technology, a survey by the international communications and IT company SITA concludes.
The Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal in Atlanta marked its first year of operations on May 16. During calendar year 2012, the new terminal and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s Concourse E served 9.85 million international passengers and managed 68,209 international takeoffs and landings.