Airport Consulting Weekly
Aug. 6, 2015

ACC president: 'Airports want to become a destination'
Popular Science
Customer service complaints, wasted hours, and extremely uncomfortable seats: Frequent and occasional flyers alike have a lot of problems with the status quo of air travel. One of the worst examples of a frustratingly behind-the-times industry is New York’s La Guardia airport, a fixture of U.S. air travel since its official opening in 1953. La Guardia’s recently announced redesign may make accessibility easier and security faster, but widening existing bottlenecks in an inferior process may not be enough to keep up with the current progress in airport design.More

Aviation funding bill up in the air
The Hill
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Fliers want to pay airlines more money to exit the plane 1st
Quartz
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Airport seeks wow factor in bids for transformative projects
GlobalAtlanta
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FAA plan to cut weather-watchers at Fresno Yosemite airport on hold
The Fresno Bee
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Homeland Security warns of potential drone danger
WTTG-TV
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Who's got a piece of the $4B LaGuardia project?
Bloomberg
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The outrageous perks at the world's most luxurious airports
The New York Post
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Pittsburgh airport improvements noted as CEO tries to expand activity
TribLIVE
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Los Angeles will transfer airport ownership back to Ontario
Los Angeles Times
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IATA's guide to success
Airport World
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Homeland Security warns police agencies of possible drone attacks after close calls at NYC airports
New York Daily News
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CBP testing wireless tech at US airports to verify identities of foreign travelers in real time
FierceMobileGovernment
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Philippines looks to public-private partnerships for airports
AINonline
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New $82.5M island airport pedestrian tunnel 'a win for Torontonians'
Toronto Star
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Serbia's 'ghost' Morava airport to open by mid-2016
Airport Technology
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4 US airlines object to complaints against Persian Gulf Airlines
The Wall Street Journal
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Federal Register: Implementation of legislative categorical exclusion for environmental review of performance based navigation procedures
GPO
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Guidance on successful computer maintenance management system (CMMS) selection and practices
ACRP
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Renewable energy as an airport revenue source
ACRP
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FAA review could clear way for 400-job airport project
The High Point Enterprise via AviationPros
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7 things TSA wants you to know about airport security
The Huffington Post
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Volunteers sought for new FY 2016 ACRP projects
ACRP
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FAA approves more than 1,000 exemptions for UAV use
Farm Futures
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ARN names GSP's Edwards Director Of The Year in small airports category
Airport Revenue News
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Airport's entrance canopy reflects rolling hills of eastern Iowa
Mead & Hunt
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AirIT makes Top 100 Best Companies List
AirIT
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CH2M's aviation team is growing stronger
CH2M
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View the latest agenda for the upcoming Airport Technologies Workshop
ACC
Every day a new agency or company succumbs to the growing threat of cyber crime. Whether it's Fortune 500 companies (Home Depot, Target, etc.), online giants (Ebay, Adobe, etc.), or even the federal government, it can happen to anyone. We all operate in a connected world and I.T. systems, whether at an airport or private company, are only as strong as the weakest link. Come and hear from several private industry experts on the latest in cybersecurity.More

New expanded program at Annual Conference
ACC
Join us this year in November for our Annual Conference in Newport Beach, California. The conference will be held November 9 through 11 at the Island Hotel Newport Beach where you can enjoy Pacific Coast views. We are very excited to announce an expanded program at the conference. We’ve expanded the general session on Wednesday, Latest Trends in Airport Procurement, and added two concurrent sessions on Wednesday morning. ACC committee meetings will take place during the early afternoon on Wednesday. Feel free to view the full conference program here, and we hope to see you at this year's conference! More

ACC welcomes new member!
ACC
reVision
Philip McDonough
Sr. Vice President, Transportation
philip.mcdonough@revisioninc.com
www.revisioninc.com
Founded in 1998, reVision, Inc. (reVision) is a full service Management Consulting and Information Technology Integration Services that has been providing superior services to Local, State, Federal and commercial clients nationwide. reVision provides the following services to our Transportation Industry partners: Management Consulting, Software Development, Integration, Business Intelligence, Network Infrastructure Services, IT Security Solutions & Staff Augmentation. More