Air Freight News
Heathrow touts U.K. to lead long-haul flight revival
Britain can become the first country to resume mass international travel, building on its early roll-out of coronavirus vaccinations, according to the head of London…
Air travel quarantines are getting longer and lonelier
Quarantines continue to frustrate travelers and strangle airlines a year into the pandemic, with the threat from highly infectious coronavirus variants meaning enforced isolations are…
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Woolpert awarded airport master services agreement by Jasper County Airport Authority
The Jasper County Airport Authority (JCAA) has signed Woolpert to a Master Services Agreement to provide master planning, environmental assessment, land acquisition, aviation design, geospatial…
New York sees moderate snow through Friday from latest storm
A meandering storm will leave New York and the Northeast with up to 8 inches (20 centimeters) of snow through Friday, while ice and cold…
Singapore opens bubble for business travelers at Changi Airport
Singapore has started taking applications for a program that will allow people to enter the island for business and official purposes without having to quarantine…
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Ontario International Airport begins 2021 with double-digit gain in cargo volume
Ontario International Airport (ONT) began 2021 just as it closed out 2020, with a double-digit increase in commercial freight volume while the COVID-19 pandemic continued…
Turkish Airports in Talks for State Aid Amid Traffic Slump
Turkey’s top airports are seeking government support worth hundreds of millions of dollars as the coronavirus crisis shatters demand at some of the world’s biggest…
Dubai Airports traffic slumps 70% in 2020 on Covid-19 lockdowns
Dubai International Airport reported a 70% slump in traffic last year as restrictions in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic put the…
U.S. DOT announces nearly $2 billion grant program for COVID relief to airports
The U.S. Department of Transportation is making nearly $2 billion in federal grant funding available to help airports affected by COVID-19 under the Federal Aviation…
FAA upgrades Costa Rica’s safety assessment rating
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced today that the Republic of Costa Rica complies with international safety standards and has…