Analysis: Airports Recovering, But Carrier Woes a Concern
- Los Angeles replies to DOT call for refund by increasing fees. Page, Paul // Traffic World;7/17/95, Vol. 243 Issue 3, p25
Reports on the objections of air carriers against the move to raise fees at Los Angeles International Airport inspite of a federal government's ruling that part of an earlier fee increase was invalid. Remarks of air carriers groups' leaders; Details of the Department of Transportation decision;...
- Senate bid to raise airport funds sets off noise alarms from airlines. Page, Paul; Barnes, David // Traffic World;8/14/95, Vol. 243 Issue 7, p35
Reports on concerns expressed by airlines in the United States over a proposal in the US Senate that seeks to shore up airport finances. Implications of proposal for the agreement in the 1990 Airport Noise and Capacity Act; Attempt by airports to boost funding for the Airport Improvement Program.
- Buyers take flight to airports straddling junk, high grades. Albano, Christine; Karchmer, Jennifer // Bond Buyer;08/24/99, Vol. 329 Issue 30711, p1
Reports on the boost given to tax-exempt airport bonds by the improving financial state of airlines in the United States. Ratings of airport credits; High-yield alternative to junk paper offered in the sector; Exposure of management firms in the sector; Airlines slated to issue bonds.
- Cleaning up after Charleroi. // Interavia Business & Technology;Spring2005, Issue 679, p26
Reports on the European Commission's publication of a draft set of guidelines on financing of airports and start-up aid to airlines departing from regional airports.
- Despite Airline Industry's Woes, Most Airport Credits Still Garner Insurance. Shields, Yvette // Bond Buyer;6/9/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31652, p43
According to an insurer attending Midwest Public Finance Conference 2003, while the airport sector continues to struggle, with many of the nation's airlines just trying to survive the post September 11 terrorist attacks industry downturn, most major airport credits still remain strong enough to...
- Airport Slump to Continue Into Next Year, Fitch Report Says. Dutton, Audrey // Bond Buyer;9/29/2009, Vol. 369 Issue 33191, p4
The article reports on the condition of airports in facing financial difficulties according to Fitch Ratings Ltd. in the U.S. The company said that airports will face financial difficulties until 2010 due to its continuous decline in airline passenger traffic regardless of its stabilize debt...
- ABS Enhances Airport Finance. D. M. // Asset Securitization Report;12/17/2007, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p10
The article reports that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and officials at Los Angeles International Airport are being courted to implement a patented airport finance method that securitizes the lease payments that airlines make to the airports to use their terminal gates in the...
- Better deal for airlines. // Travel Daily;4/16/2014, p7
The article reports on the issuance by airline lobby group The Board of Airline Representatives of Australia of a policy paper to address increasing airport costs in 2014.
- Gatwick to lose Pittsburgh link? // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;8/20/2004, Issue 2628, p13
A question mark hangs over the future of Gatwick airport's Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, service as US Airways prepares another cost cutting programme. The airline will stop flying the seasonal route at the end of October 2004, but it is unclear whether it will be revived next year as the airline...