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ACI-NA Criticizes 5G Mitigation Deal

ACI-NA Criticizes 5G Mitigation Deal

…not included on the list. “The wireless companies agreed to turn off transmitters and make other adjustments near these airports for six months to minimize potential 5G interference with sensitive aircraft instruments used in low-visibility landings,” the FAA said in a statement last week. “The FAA continues to work with…

Construction Begins on New Terminal 1 at SAN

Construction Begins on New Terminal 1 at SAN

Construction work began this month on the new $2.6 billion Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport (SAN) following the completion and approval of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) National Environmental Policy Act process. The San Diego County Regional Airport Board of Directors had last month unanimously approved the maximum…

Aviation Industry Stakeholders Hail Infrastructure Bill Passage

Aviation Industry Stakeholders Hail Infrastructure Bill Passage

…a new airport terminal program and $5 billion for FAA facilities and equipment. “As millions of Americans prepare to ‘pack their patience’ and gear-up for holiday travel, they can add in a large helping of gratitude as Congress has FINALLY passed a long-overdue and very much needed infrastructure bill, ensuring…

$2.6B SAN Terminal 1 Gains Board Approval

$2.6B SAN Terminal 1 Gains Board Approval

…the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process. The FAA is expected to complete its NEPA review in October and, if so, construction could begin as early as November 2021, airport officials said. The new Terminal 1 will have 30 gates, a refreshed collection of food and…

Calls For Partnership And New Strategies Continue

Calls For Partnership And New Strategies Continue

…said. “The FAA wants [airports] to be a sponsor for minority business enterprises but they want them to also be a partner. I think we’re going to have to take a serious look at how the FAA treats airports and how they want airports to operate.” Dunham also suggested that…