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Runway

A slang term for the amount of time before a project, report, or anything else must be completed. That is, a runway is the length of time until a deadline. See also: Drop-dead date.
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Many travelers who were screened by the first ShoeScanner at Orlando International Airport had to remove their shoes to get through airport security.
Throughout Mexico, airport investment has topped $900 million in recent years and improved services are drawing international firms, with the new Queretaro airport chosen as a base for French aviation company Bombardier.
But officials from the LAPD and its union say they have been in discussions with the airport and its police union to reach an internal agreement to more clearly define the responsibilities of each department -- and say the issue should be resolved at the local level, not through Sacramento.
In recent years, the Airport Law Enforcement Agency Network (ALEAN) has taken a lead in organizing seminars and meetings and improving communication among airport police departments.
Chase followed up on Paternoster's observations by noting that there are "competing interests of maintaining airport operations and performing construction projects," and that "this is, at its root, a customer satisfaction issue for our clients, the airlines, airport developers, and the Port Authority.
Local economic development officials had pushed for the airport projects, citing the need for improved services to attract tourism dollars and to complement the community's retirement living program.
Visiongain's study is intended for anyone requiring commercial analyses for the smart airport technologies market and leading companies.
A plan to tear down and rebuild LaGuardia Airport's Central Terminal will be one of the most expensive and complicated airport projects in aviation history, the Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney writes.
The biggest problem I have is that (airport officials) don't ask aviators how to run the airport,'' Cesar said.
In all, the airport sits on 1,800 acres of land west of Sault Ste.
Airport shops now offer everything from gourmet food to jewelry.
Airport officials say a replica of the Wright Brothers' 1903 Flyer will make its only Southern California appearance there this summer.