Monday Morning Roundup

May 1, 2006

Haven’t done this in awhile! In the news recently:

  • Airport Business News reprints from the San Francisco Chronicle a report on expected high traffic numbers this summer.
  • A circulated offer of truce from Dallas/Fort Worth surfaced, signalling a potential break in the Wright Amendment logjam. (Airport Business News)
  • Rep. Mary Bono lobbied President Bush directly for additional funding for the Palm Springs tower on a recent trip. (The Desert Sun)
  • TSA is reportedly looking at a bonus structure to reduce high turnover among screeners. (USA Today)
  • The San Diego Airport Authority’s public relations program is the focus of two articles offered at Voice of San Diego, raising the question: if you don’t do PR, you lose – and if you do PR, you lose – are airports just not going to win this one, no matter what they do?

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