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November 7, 2019

Industry News – Click on the title to read the full article. Many of the sources below require a free registration to gain access to the article. If a paid registration is required, the individual source will be noted.


Calif. airport opens dream hotel for plane spotters (Source: Airways)
San Francisco International Airport has a new onsite hotel that offers rooms with a stellar view of the airfield.

Denver airport upgrade entering new phase (Source: Denver Business Journal)
For the next phase of Denver International Airport’s Great Hall terminal upgrade, officials will prioritize winter preparation, finalization of the project’s scope and recruitment of minority-owned construction firms, says Michael Sheehan, the airport’s senior vice president of special projects.

London airport tests faster boarding sequence (Source: CNN Travel)
A two-month trial is underway at London’s Gatwick Airport to change the boarding sequence of passengers, from back to front and from window seat first to aisle seats. 

Wis. airport adding stores and restaurants (Source: FOX6now)
Wisconsin’s Milwaukee International Airport is renovating space in each of its terminals to add 22 new stores and restaurants, many featuring Wisconsin products.


Delta, TSA partner on improving Precheck (Source: Travel Pulse)
The Transportation Security Administration’s Precheck program is partnering with Delta Air Lines to smooth travel by printing an indicator of the program onto boarding passes when exiting.

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