The United States has incredibly busy airports – in fact, some of the busiest in the world. That’s good, because it indicates that many of the more than four billion global air passengers each year are flying in or out of America.
US Department of Transportation Secretary, Elaine Chao, has announced that the FAA will award $677 million in airport infrastructure grants, the first allotment of the total $3.2 billion in Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funding.
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Guam International Airport $5.8 million in grants to fund five different projects.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has accepted a $4 million grant offer from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for a Voluntary Airport Low Emissions Program (VALE).
US Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx, broke ground today for a new 370-foot-tall air traffic control tower and radar approach control complex at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).
US Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx, has awarded $24.5 million in FAA grants to 11 airports around the country to reduce emissions and improve air quality.
Topeka Regional Airport, the gateway of the capital city of Kansas, has awarded Parsons Brinckerhoff a contract for design services for the reconstruction of its main runway.
The FAA today released an annual aviation forecast that shows the US's aviation system will continue to grow over the next two decades with greater numbers of people expected to fly more miles each year.
Aviation’s Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme continues to gather pace in the Asia-Pacific region with Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Chiang Mai in Thailand among the latest gateways to be recognised for their efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded a $2 million grant to South Bend International Airport in Indiana to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality.