Thank TSA employees for keeping us safe

by Jane Hemberger 7 hours ago Ten years ago, the Transportation Security Administration began operations at Dane County Regional Airport. TSA was created after the tragedy of 9/11, and within a year, assumed responsibility for security at the nation’s airports. Since 9/11, TSA has screened nearly 5 billion passengers. At the Dane County Airport we’ve […]

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SAJ: Skybrief

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. October 08, 2012 Photo by Shahn Sederberg Idaho Transportation Department Launches Free Airport Directory App – First in the Country Pilots can now access Idaho’s Airport Facility Directory through a mobile application, created by the Idaho Transportation Department. The new iPad app provides visual flight […]

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Delta expands flight service to Paris

Delta expands flight service to Paris Dayton Business Journal Date: Monday, October 8, 2012, 7:12am EDT Courtesy of Delta Air Lines Inc. Delta Air Lines is expanding its service to Paris with new flights from four American cities and enhanced business elite seating for customers on Paris flights to other U.S. cities. Delta Air Lines […]

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Thyssenkrupp Airport Systems Cited For Exposing Workers To Safety Hazards

Thyssenkrupp Airport Systems Cited For Exposing Workers To Safety Hazards By Jim Douglas October 6, 2012 – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems Inc. with 28 serious safety violations at its Fort Worth work site for exposing workers to “struck-by,” fall, amputation and shock hazards while […]

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Taking the Region to New Heights:

Roanoke Airport: we support many common customer airline concerns October 5th, 2012 | Written by: Evan Jones Roanoke Regional Airport officials say they are communicating regularly with airlines in hopes of addressing common passenger concerns on price and service. The Airport commissioned a study of public perceptions, one that says while most people spoke well […]

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Infrastructure Daily News 10.04.12

Transportation Sector . October 3, Associated Press – (Oregon) TriMet bus driver stabbed in Oregon City. Police said a TriMet bus driver was attacked and stabbed by a passenger in Oregon City, Oregon, October 2 during fighting touched off by racial slurs. The Oregon City police said the attacker was shouting the slurs but it […]

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Speedy Airport Security

Should You Apply? By STEPHANIE ROSENBLOOM WHO hasn’t stood in an airport security line shoeless, beltless, clutching a Ziploc bag and inching grimly toward a full body scanner? A few weeks ago, I decided I’d had enough. I applied for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Global Entry program, which expedites passenger screening and customs […]

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