St Louis’ concession bids and what they say about trends in airport privatisation

The delayed lease procedure for St Louis Lambert International airport (SLLIA) has moved to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) stage and has, perhaps surprisingly, elicited…..

St Louis takes a step forward with Lambert International privatisation, but some politicians pledge to oppose any deal

City officials in St Louis are moving ahead with the process that could lead to bids being sought for a long-term public-private partnership (P3) lease…..

Airport Insight: St Louis Lambert International Airport

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the…..

St Louis is treading a rocky path towards privatisation, but the finishing line is getting closer

St Louis Lambert International Airport’s advisory working group met for the first time in Aug-2018 with the task of developing a process by which the…..

St Louis continues its evolution from a one-time hub with new common use lounge 

Many medium sized airports in the US have had success in building up their passenger bases that dwindled in the wake of consolidation in the…..

The Constant Gardener – inside the real world of air service development

Aviation provides the only worldwide transportation network, which makes it essential for global business and tourism. As such it also plays a vital role in…..

WOW air uses Iceland to bridge transatlantic divide for smaller US communities

Icelandic low-fare carrier WOW air is to expand its network in the United States with the introduction of new flights from its Reykjavik hub at…..