Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, is seeking proposals from construction and design companies in Atlanta, its sister city, to create design guidelines for a transformative airport-city development.
Researching the U.K. airport capacity debates can be exhausting.
Delta in June received approval for a joint venture with Virgin Atlantic Airways that is to open up a bevy of coveted landing slots at Heathrow, paving the way for expansion of its trans-Atlantic service from all over the U.S.
The region around Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport — Greater Roissy — has figured out a way to coordinate and advance the overlapping agendas of nearly 30 public and private entities. The common denominator is business attraction and a mutual interest in putting Paris’ Airport City in a class of its own. But how? The Read more
In April, Manchester International Airport’s new Airport City site didn’t look like it was being prepped for a £650 million ($1 billion) development that could catapult the city into a new tier.
Some were marathon runners and self-proclaimed rum connoisseurs. A few hailed from Africa, while most came from across the Central and South America and the Caribbean. The common thread that brought them all together in Atlanta? Airports.
LONDON – Jeremy Taylor has an unconventional way of opening monthly networking meetings of Gatwick Diamond Business, a 350-member group promoting the area around London’s second largest airport. Using a beat-up trombone purchased for £35 on eBay, the gregarious chief executive blasts a slurred call to order. The crowd cringes, but they can’t help but smile and pay attention.