Passenger numbers are bouncing back. But for business destinations and international hubs, the recovery is taking longer.
A travel analytics firm is helping the Raleigh-Durham International Airport forecast using data officials haven't tapped before.
Airlines believe the fear of sitting next to an infected passenger and 14-day mandatory quarantines are keeping more people from flying.
The downturn in air travel has slashed airport revenue, with fees plummeting for landings, passenger use and parking.
Through Project Wingman, airline crews visit hospitals to provide company and support to health care workers.
There's growing demand for more health conscious airports, according to Alison Sider of the Wall Street Journal.
You no longer have to be passenger to eat beyond the security checkpoint.
Terminals in major cities are undergoing renovations and relying on the allure of local shops to keep travelers spending.
Brookstone, the specialty retailer that sells eye masks, massage chairs and other gadgets, filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time Thursday. The company says it’s going to shut down its roughly 100 mall-based stores. They’ve become less of an attraction as more shopping moves online. The company’s 35 airport-based stores are doing much better. […]
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