Archive for January, 2008

Landing Fees may be used in attempt to ease congestion

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Airlines and Airports do not appear impressed with US Government plans to use landing fees to help ease congestion on major US air travel routes. Landing fees are paid by airlines to airports and the proposal is to raise the landing fees during peak times in an effort to move more flight traffic to off peak.

The New York Airport Authority, operating five of the nation’s largest airports, is not optimistic about the proposal suggesting it offers too little to be effective. They want a broad, regionally and nationally integrated policies to optimize routes and travel.

Hawaii Airports = on time!

Saturday, January 5th, 2008

Hawaii Airports from Hilo to Honolulu scored well for being on time, according to this report from the Pacific Business News

Of course Hawaii may have the advantage of no snowstorms, which are often a major cause of delays in other parts of the country.