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Japan’s Sendai Airport vs Mother Nature’s Tsunami

There are many actions mother nature can inflict to grind travel to a halt, wind, ice, turbulence, lightening … but today Mother Nature unleashed one of the most unpredictable and devastating actions in Japan, a massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake. While this earthquake caused mass transit in Tokyo to stop entirely, something that almost never happens…

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San Francisco International Airport Takes On “The Other Airport”

Most people never give a second though to an airport as a business, airports are seen as a building or series of buildings that planes come & go from. In reality airports are businesses and competition can be brutal for passengers dollars and airline revenue fees. Airports need to advertise themselves, differentiate themselves and create…

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Tokyo’s New International Airport Opens & no one cares

Two days ago, on March 11 2010, the new Tokyo-Ibaraki Airport (IBR) opened. The inaugural flight to arrive was an Asiana Airlines‘ Airbus A321 from Incheon International Airport (ICN) followed by … well by nothing else… …normally the opening of an international airport is big news celebrated by promotions and fanfare. While the opening of…

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