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Exploring the brave new world of unmanned aerial vehicles
Exploring the brave new world of unmanned aerial vehicles

Mead & Hunt is working to identify, evaluate and incorporate UAS/UAVs into our services, make our firm more efficient and improve safety for our employees.

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Trends in airport terminal planning: Part 2
Trends in airport terminal planning: Part 2

In part 2 of Terminal Planning Trends, Mark Sorenson looks at changes to airport terminal’s related to terminal size and redesign requirements.

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Highway Trust Fund on long road to recovery
Highway Trust Fund on long road to recovery

The Highway Trust Fund remains a hot topic, as the long-awaited transportation and housing funding bill recently passed last week.

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Trends in airport terminal planning: Part 1
Trends in airport terminal planning: Part 1

New technologies, safety regulations and passenger needs have always affected airport terminal planning and design, but never more than today.

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Investing in our future aviation workforce
Investing in our future aviation workforce

The aviation industry is committed to supporting the education of our future aviation leaders—whether aerospace scientists and engineers or airport operations leaders and staff.

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JumpStart your air service development program
JumpStart your air service development program

Alaska Airlines will commence once daily service on a 76-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft on November 5 from Eugene, Oregon, to San Jose, California.

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Southeastern AAAE Conference: Excellent content, first-class environment
Southeastern AAAE Conference: Excellent content, first-class environment

If you’ve never been to northwest Arkansas – add it to your bucket list!

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Bag claim changes: ‘Round and ‘round we go
Bag claim changes: ‘Round and ‘round we go

Since 9/11, the aviation industry has been going through a number of major changes, including passenger screening, airline consolidation, baggage screening and ticketing.

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Forging consensus on a wildlife hazard management plan
Forging consensus on a wildlife hazard management plan

Nestled in an iconic western landscape characterized by the Grand Tetons, free-flowing rivers and roaming bison, Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Airport is the only U.S. airport located wholly within a National Park.

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Quarterly USDOT airline report for year ended December 2014
Quarterly USDOT airline report for year ended December 2014

US Department of Transportation airline report data for the year ended December 31, 2014 is now available.

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