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The TSA is expected to issue guidelines today for advertisements appearing in trays that carry travelers' possessions through airport X-ray machines.
Latin American governments across the region, driven by trade demand and clearly aging airports, are turning to the private sector to develop billions of dollars in new airport infrastructure.
As part of this project, Unisys developed the Central Integrated Information Management System (CIIMS), which integrates information flow from systems around the airport, collates and stores data in a central airport database, and supplies information to the airport community.
The $45-million expansion and renovation project at the Lakehead airport has been under way for about two months.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled World Airports - Financial Evolution and Market Dynamics provides an overview of the global airport market.
Airport officials and lawmakers are questioning whether systemic problems are to blame.
Byline: - Susan Abram From its spider-shaped Encounters Restaurant to the pylons some describe as Darth Vader lightsabers lining Century Boulevard, Los Angeles International Airport boasts a Space Age view for first-time visitors.
He was speaking at "Air 21 & Beyond - Airport Update," the October 11, 2000 breakfast seminar presented by Professional Women in Construction (PWC) at The Yale Club in New York City.