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“It’s a nonstarter for a business with any type of national or international presence to locate in a community without national air service,” says Faye Malarkey Black of the Regional Air Association.Commercial air service facilitates economic growth
Commercial air service is important to the economic growth and quality of life in rural or low-population towns.
Steward and stewardesses are silhouetted before the baptism of the 10th Lufthansa A350 to the name "Erfurt", at Munich airport, Germany July 30, 2018.REUTERS/Michaela RehleBerlin (Reuters) - Die Lufthansa ist mit ihrem Vorstoß für einen Wachstums-Stopp an den vier wichtigsten deutschen Flughäfen einem Medienbericht zufolge bei der Bundesregierung gescheitert.
The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved a proposal to lease out Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Guwahati, Thiruvananthapuram and Mangaluru airports for operation, management and development under public private partnership (PPP).The operation, management and development of all these aerodromes, owned by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), would be done under PPP, an official tweet said.
Frequent fliers and first-time passengers alike dread arriving at airports only to discover their flights have been delayed—or worse, canceled.Carrier delays are the fault of the airline and often the most frustrating for passengers, like inefficient loading and unloading, plane cleanings, fueling delays, or problems with maintenance and crew.
Published 11:25 AM EDT Nov 2, 2018
In several airports in Europe, passengers will be administered lie detector tests powered by artificial intelligence in addition to their normal security steps, according to a press release about the new initiative.A new European Union-backed project called iBorderCtrl will install lie detector tests at border checkpoints in Hungary, Latvia and Greece -- three countries that border non-EU nations -- for a test run this month, in which travelers from outside the EU will answer questions from a computer-animated border guard through a webcam.
Air passengers who fancy a cheeky pint before early-morning flights will be out of luck if the Government goes ahead with new proposals to end round-the-clock drinking at UK airports.The Home Office is launching a review of alcohol licensing laws at international airports in England and Wales in response to an increase in incidents involving drunken passengers.