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Guide dogs explore Reagan checkpoint

Two dozen service dogs visited a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

YVR teams up with BC government

The British Columbia Government and Vancouver International Airport (YVR) will work together to fight pollution and support sustainable jobs

TSA tests translation devices at PHL

TSA officers are testing new hand-held language translation-interpretation devices at Philadelphia International Airport

Nashville begins daily blasting

Nashville International Airport (BNA) began daily blasting operations on March 25, 2024, as part of its New Horizon expansion project

Vertiports: what the aircraft developers want

Much has been written from the vertiport developers’ point of view, but what of the eVTOL firms? Tara Craig spoke to the key stakeholders

Vertiports and sustainability

From noise pollution to construction materials, are vertiports really as green as developers claim? Tom Batchelor investigates

Chicago to consider green energy at O’Hare

An ordinance  will allow the Chicago Department of Aviation to enter into an agreement with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Vertiports: how to make them secure

Vertiports may still be at the planning stage, but the degree of security they require is already a matter for debate. Chris Anderson reports

New terminal on way for Leahy BTV

Project NexT will replace the north concourse, the latest and largest sustainable infrastructure project at Patrick Leahy Burlington International Airport

US announces $20m ATC funding

The Biden-Harris Administration has announced funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to modernise 20 small and regional ATC towers

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