A new decision by the U.K. Airports Commission has squashed London Mayor Boris Johnson’s dream of building a gleaming £100 billion hub airport east of the British capital in the Thames River estuary.
More than 20 years after starting daily nonstop flights to Manchester, United Kingdom, from Atlanta, Delta Air Lines Inc. will turn over the route to its new joint venture parter, Virgin Atlantic.
While the Atlanta and Paris airports have made strides toward their vision of creating an international network of airport professionals, linking their nearby companies through trade and investment has been more elusive.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has been named the most productive airport in the world for the 11th straight year.
Fifteen years ago, a flight between Boston and La Guardia Airport in New York City took 45 minutes; today it’s an hour and 20 minutes.
The Atlanta and Paris airports are welcoming Shanghai into their annual dialogue on how to position airport areas for economic, social and environmental sustainability.
Building a third runway is key for Hong Kong International Airport to keep its edge in Asia as upstart challengers contend more and more fiercely for regional airport preeminence, the Chinese city’s top U.S. official said in Atlanta.
In Atlanta, Porsche Cars North America’s move to the airport area has jump-started an area long avoided by corporate heavy-hitters. Local leaders have seized on the momentum as they seek to establish a regional marketing initiative. Atlanta’s French partner, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, also added an auto maker to the win column in its growing portfolio: Read more
PARIS – Paris is a magical city for tourists, with its iconic Eiffel Tower, charming architecture and mouthwatering cuisine. But for nearly 12 million people in the sprawling metro area, it’s simply home, and slumping suburban communities fringing the historic city center aren’t always an easy place to thrive.
Perhaps more than any other nation, the United Kingdom economy moves on planes.