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Bringing farm-to-table to the airport

Restaurants all over the world feature menus with ingredients grown by local purveyors. Now, travel  concessions operator Delaware North Companies has added its own twist to the farm to table

Startups create new apps

Apps for mobile devices that make travel easier and smarter are popping up almost every day. Startup companies are getting millions in funding from investors and venture capitalists to create

Delta snags design deal

One of fashion’s hottest stars, Zac Posen, is taking on a new runway. Posen will design a collection for Delta Air Lines that will debut in 2018, the New York

Airport parking revenue takes off

As the airline industry continues to consolidate, non-aeronautical revenue has become much more important in helping with the financial viability of an airport. One of the biggest sources of this

A new spin on airport lounges

With airlines flying packed planes and airports handling more travelers, it can be hard to find a quiet corner in a terminal where you can get work done. One option

Miami vies for flights to Asia

Miami International Airport has always been thought of as a gateway to Central and South America. But it is stepping up its efforts to bring in direct passenger service to

The price tag for this winter’s flight delays

If you traveled to the East Coast this winter, you probably got stuck somewhere. And now, the numbers on the winter of 2014-15 are in. U.S. airlines cancelled 63,000 flights

Airports are after your shopping dollars

As U.S. airlines have cut back their fleets and flights, airports across the country have taken a hit to their bottom lines. Those empty gates mean much less revenue, and

Airline passengers’ dollars

This year, Congress is considering the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) reauthorization bill. The bill is important because it funds the agency charged with overseeing the nation’s aerospace system. The last

And now a perk from our airport sponsor

What do airports have in common with sports teams, universities and fashion shows? They’re turning to corporate sponsors. It only makes sense, given that airports are trying to raise revenue.

Is more leg room worth the extra cost?

For most of us who travel in coach, a first or business class seat is only a dream, largely achievable through miles. The travelers who pay for those seats are

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