Five years since they first linked up, the City of Atlanta and the metropolitan area surrounding the Paris airport have renewed a partnership centered on development around their respective aviation hubs. Mayor Kasim Reed signed the updated agreement with Franck Cannarozzo, deputy mayor of d’Aulnay-sous-bois, a town in the Paris airport region, in the Atlanta […]
Delta Air Lines Inc. has a special interest in the trajectory of the British economy. Over the last two years, it has intensified its presence in London, gaining access to coveted landing slots through a 49 percent stake in Virgin Atlantic, which now flies to Atlanta. None of that is set to change as a result […]
Atlantans next week have the chance to meet the group managing the construction and eventual operation of the $10 billion New Istanbul Airport, which seeks to eventually dethrone Hartsfield-Jackson as the world’s busiest.
After more than two years, a commission set up to determine how aviation infrastructure should be improved in the southeast of England has made its final report, a 300-plus-page document recommending a new third runway at London’s Heathrow Airport, the third busiest in the world.
The U.S. Commerce Department is aiming to help American suppliers of airport services and equipment tap into a Brazilian plan to spend $1.5 billion modernizing 270 airports across the country.
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.
Even before the Ebola outbreak in West Africa had exported a few cases to the U.S. the panic had already started to dampen tourism and air travel across the African continent.
A delegation from the KwaZulu Natal (KZN) province of South Africa visited Atlanta this week with the objective of fastening relations begun during last year’s visit here of the province’s premier, Senzo Munchu.
Airline passengers more and more are bringing their own electronic devices on flights and demanding mobile services to help navigate the airport experience, according to a major survey of 6,000-plus air travelers by SITA, a Swiss airport IT firm withAmerican headquarters in Atlanta.
Canada signed or expanded a record 26 air transport agreements in 2013, deepening access to new markets to vie for coveted transfer traffic as the balance of air traffic shifts toward developing countries, the country’s transport minister said in Atlanta.