No "taxiing to the gate" metaphors, no "end of the journey" speeches … just "farewell" in fairly simple terms.

Over the last several months, my life’s changed fairly dramatically, and I’ve come to the conclusion I simply don’t want to spend time on this blog anymore. I have some other interests that are percolating – some new, one long-since-sleeping but newly-awakened, all a far cry from airport law. I’m still working for HCDA, and still "the airport lawyer," but that’s just what I do now – not who I am any longer. I’d rather spend my time on those other interests, and in other venues.

So, I’ll park this blog here for the time being. I’m open to transferring the rights to it to another airport lawyer who’s interested in taking it forward, assuming such a thing is even possible (it may not be on Typepad – I just don’t know). But there’s a fairly narrow window of opportunity here – interested parties will need to email me by July 28th, close of business, in order to give me time to effectuate the change. Come July 31st, this blog will be deleted.

Thanks for the readership; it’s been a good experience.