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  1. "Airports" is a book by Helmut Jahn.
  2. "Airports" is a book by Horace K. Glidden.
    • also known as "Airports: design, construction and management"

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Google previewThe Modern Airport Terminal (2004)

New Approaches to Airport Architecture by Brian Edwards

Surface transport to airports is a vital (and neglected) part of the chain. Compared with the fast,

Improving links to airports means working with planning authorities, state or private railway companies and bus companies. Of the 69 airports in ...

Google previewThe Low Cost Carrier Worldwide (2016)

by Michael Lück

The interesting thing about some secondary airports is that they are actually the largest airport in terms of domestic passengers in some metropolitan areas. Examples include Fort Lauderdale over Miami and Baltimore/Washington or both ...

Google previewITF Round Tables Expanding Airport Capacity in Large Urban Areas (2014)

by OECD, International Transport Forum

Introduction Expanding airports is a topic which can easily. EXPANDING AIRPORT CAPACITY IN LARGE URBAN AREAS © OECD/ITF 2014 4. EXPANDING AIRPORT CAPACITY UNDER CONSTRAINTS IN LARGE URBAN AREAS: THE ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Urban Studies (2009)

by Ray Hutchison

Airports are extremely sensitive to global, cultural, and technological developments. They are constantly upgrading, adapting for bigger planes, more traffic, increased security measures, and for the frequent flying population (for whom ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Travel and Tourism Terminology (2005)

by Allan Beaver

airport art Pejorative term descriptive of the poor quality of souvenirs available for tourists' purchase at airports.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Police Science (2007)

by Jack R. Greene

Airports can be restructured to promote safety. Most importantly, varioustechnologicaladvance- ments such as biometrics for airport access controlandidentificationofauthorizedper- sonnel can be employed, which would significantly increase ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Crisis Management (2013)

by K. Bradley Penuel, Matt Statler, Ryan Hagen

The TSA works with local and state law enforcement in overseeing security for airports, ports, pipelines, railroads, highways, and mass transit systems. Just as the Department of Homeland Security was established in order to put homeland ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Tourism (2002)

by Jafar Jafari

Airports built to accommodate narrow-body aircraft could not easily accommodate the larger wide-body jets, which forced airport planners to rethink, rebuild and refinance airport facilities. Today's aircraft have greater range and larger carrying ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Contemporary American Culture (2005)

by Robert Gregg, Gary W. McDonogh, Cindy H. Wong

While often the first experience of America for contemporary visitors and immigrants, airports provide ambivalent gateways to American cities. Sometimes monumental in architecture, like earlier railroad stations, they have struggled to keep ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism (2015)

by Carl I Cater, Brian Garrod, Tiffany Low

The low-cost business model sometimes includes the use of secondary, regional, airports as a means to reduce costs. In Europe, this strategy has been adopted to a varying degree by different airlines. Ryanair almost exclusively uses ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Global Studies (2012)

by Helmut K. Anheier, Mark Juergensmeyer

With the advent of these changes in the structure of the civil aviation industry, airlines, airports, and other aviation businesses have also become more borderless. Internationalization and globalization are illustrated in the civil aviation industry ...

Google previewPolitical Encyclopedia of U.S. States and Regions (2008)

by Donald P. Haider-Markel

Established in 1921, it is a bistate port district that operates the regional transportation infrastructure—including bridges, tunnels, airports, and seaports— within the New York–New Jersey area.The Port Authority's jurisdiction comprises a circle ...

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I think Muslims have become the new Negroes in America. They are being mistreated at airports, by the Immigration - everywhere. Islam is a religion of peace. They are wrong. (Jermaine Jackson)
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Scrabble value of A1I1R1P3O1R1T1S1

The value of this 8-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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