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Safer flights, but risk lurks on the runway
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Southwest Airways Flight 844 from Minneapolis had just landed at Chicago's Midway International Airport last December and was about to cross a runway on its way to the terminal when the co-pilot noticed a business jet barreling toward him. He shouted for the captain to stop. The plane, carrying 74 passengers, screeched to a halt just short of the runway as the smaller jet crossed before their eyes. More

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International terminal at Fort Lauderdale airport undergoing major expansion
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Get ready for some more construction dust at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Next month, passengers will see the first signs of a six-year, $450 million expansion of the airport's Terminal 4, intended to foster international traffic growth and improve service. More

Reagan National Airport strained by rising number of passengers
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Sometimes it's the little things that tell the larger story, like the sign about 40 yards from the security checkpoint at Reagan National Airport. "Not much longer," it cheerfully tells passengers as they snake toward the Transportation Security Administration scanners. More

Small airports struggle as major carriers pull back
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When Jefferson County found out the only commercial airline serving the Beaumont-Port Arthur region would discontinue its three daily flights to Bush Intercontinental Airport at the end of June, officials scrambled to find out whether another service would take its place. County Judge Jeff Branick said Chicago-based United Airlines, which contracted with the now-defunct Colgan Air to operate United Express flights from Jack Brooks Regional Airport in Nederland, promised them that flying wouldn't stop. More


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Regional airlines must choose whether to align with a major carrier or go it alone
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"The regional airline model is broken," has become a commonly repeated refrain. Sean Menke, president and chief executive of Pinnacle Airlines said it right before the carrier filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Comair president Ryan Gumm said it right before Delta Air Lines shut down his regional airline. Helane Becker, analyst at Dahlman Rose, said it while discussing the problems that US regional airlines are facing. More

As airport security 'precheck' plans grow, lines could shrink
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More fliers will soon find relief from the hassles at airport security lines. The Transportation Security Administration's "precheck" program that lets passengers keep their shoes and belts on through security has expanded to 26 airports in its first year and will continue to grow. More

Authority eyes Atlantic City, NJ, airport
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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is considering taking over operation of Atlantic City International Airport to help reduce air traffic congestion at New York-area airports, officials said. The agency said that it had authorized $3 million for a feasibility study that will look at financial, legal, and environmental issues. More

Glynn confirmed as new CEO of Massport
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Thomas Glynn has been unanimously confirmed by The Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Port Authority to serve as CEO and executive director of Massport. Glynn is the former COO of Partners HealthCare System. Upon leaving Partners HealthCare in 2010, he worked as an adjunct lecturer at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He has previously served as general manager of the MBTA, as well as Deputy Secretary of Labor for the Clinton Administration and Deputy of Public Welfare in Massachusetts. More


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US Senate passes bill exempting US airlines from participating in EU ETS
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The US Senate unanimously passed a bill allowing the transportation secretary to direct US airlines to not participate in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), which Airlines for America (A4A) claims is a violation of international law and U.S. sovereignty. More

Dublin Airport Authority goes to High Court to stop strikes in Irish airports
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The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) will ask the Irish High Court to restrain the threatened industrial action that would effectively close down Dublin, Shannon, and Cork airports. According to the Irish Times, the authority granted leave to give the Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU) notice of its intention to seek injunctions restraining the proposed strike actions. More

Bhubaneswar airport to be made international soon
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A new terminal at the Bhubaneswar airport is expected to be commissioned by December this year and the airport will be upgraded to international status soon, the civil aviation ministry said. "Once the new building will be commissioned, the existing terminal building will be renovated for services which are necessary to make it suitable for international operations," the ministry said in a statement. More

ACC News



Heading to the 34th ACC Annual Conference? Don't forget Early Voting or Absentee Ballots!
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The 34th ACC Annual Conference & Exposition will be held Nov. 5-7, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, Florida. Under the theme of "Post Recession Flight Plan," conference topics will include expanding your partnerships; exploring the impacts of the 2012 election results to aviation; evaluating the latest emerging international trends; and deciphering the consequences of various airport funding scenarios. The conference will also feature the Awards Luncheon, where ACI-World Director General Angela Gittens will be honored with the ACC Aviation Award of Excellence for her leadership and advocacy within the airport sector. If you plan on joining us in Florida, be sure to look into your state's laws regarding early voting or absentee ballots so your voice is heard through your vote! More

New ACC Institute Webinar
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FAA's New Airport Design AC 150/5300-13A: What it Means for Airport Planners and Engineers
Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012
Monday, Dec. 17, 2012 (repeat session)
12:30 - 2:00 EST
Register now for this new ACC Institute webinar! The Federal Aviation Administration's Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5300-13 "Airport Design" is considered by airport planners and engineers to be the "go-to" manual in designing airside facilities. There is a lot of buzz in the industry about the FAA's complete re-write of the AC, which is expected to be released this fall. So what is in store for airport planners and designers? This webinar will explore the key changes and updates that are included in the new AC, along with how these new policies should be incorporated into airport capital projects.


ACC welcomes new member
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FAA/TSA/ACRP News



Application of Enterprise Risk Management at Airports
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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 74: Application of Enterprise Risk Management at Airports summarizes the principles and benefits of enterprise risk management (ERM) and its application to airports. The report discusses implementation of the iterative ERM process, including roles and responsibilities from airport governing boards to all staff members. More

Federal Aviation Agency: Grants for the commercial side of space transportation
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced nearly $500,000 in new Space Transportation Infrastructure matching grants to three projects located in California, Colorado, and Hawaii, that will help develop and expand commercial space transportation infrastructure. More


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