Dubai airport handles 89 million passengers in 2018, misses target – CNBC

Dubai Airports Chief Executive Paul Griffiths had told Reuters in February 2018 that double-digit passenger growth could resume as early as this year, aided by closer ties between Emirates and flydubai. Dubai airport has been the world’s busiest for international travelers since 2014 when it took the title from London’s Heathrow where passenger traffic grew…

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Miami airport to close terminal as gov shutdown continues – ABC News

Interested in Government Shutdown? Add Government Shutdown as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Government Shutdown news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Miami International Airport is closing a terminal this weekend because security screeners have been calling in sick at twice the airport’s normal rate as the federal government shutdown…

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This airport just landed SC’s first nonstop transatlantic flight to Europe

It’s about to get a lot easier for the British to land in Charleston. Charleston International Airport officials announced Thursday that British Airways will begin nonstop air service to and from London beginning April 4. The flights to London’s Heathrow Airport will continue twice a week until Oct. 24, 2019. They will be the first…

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At Airport Security, a Bag Starts to Smoke. A TSA Agent Reacts Quickly (and Then Runs)

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.  The only time going through airport security is enjoyable is when you have TSA-Pre and there’s no line. Many debate how effective airport security is. Some wonder how much attention TSA employees actually pay.  It’s hard, indeed,…

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