When playing the word association game, "leakage" would likely prompt answers about diapers and plumbing. But leakage appears everywhere. As publishers, we deal with leakage in areas such as circulation and advertising. As you'll discover in this issue, airports deal with leakage, too. We have two stories in this issue involving leakage, and they couldn’t be more different from one another. [more]
Their Point Has Nothing to Do With Facts
The Hill, which reports on Congress and Capitol Hill, recently released its picks for Top 10 lobbying victories of 2013. Care to guess who logged in at #4? It was Airlines for America, for helping spur Congress to compel the FAA to keep control towers operating despite mandated sequestration cuts — a move that diverted vital funds from the Airport Improvement Program. [more]
Why Didn’t I Think of That?
You run an airport, and nobody knows its ins and outs better than you do. You know how things get done, what needs to get done, who does what and how. You have your finger on the pulse of safety, efficiency and revenue. If anyone has an idea for improvements and enhancements, it should be you, right? [more]
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