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in the news
When the Airport on May 18 released the results of the Atlanta Metropolitan Aviation Capacity Study, Phase II (AMACS 2) study, which examined 29 sites and found none to be feasible at this time for a second airport, the media were quick to report the news.
The story was covered by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlanta Business Chronicle, WABE-FM 90.1, WSB-TV Channel 2 and Global Atlanta.
In other news:
- Hartsfield-Jackson was cited by the Atlanta Business Chronicle (May 12) and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (May 11 and 12) as a major contributor to Porsche’s decision to build headquarters in the area.
- The Airport’s annual FOD Walk on May 18 was covered by all four television networks (WSB, WGCL, WXIA and WAGA; only the Fox report is available online) as well as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which ran a gallery of photos taken at the event.
- Hartsfield-Jackson’s news conference to introduce the “100 days of summer,” the year’s busiest travel season, spurred coverage May 25 by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WAGA-TV Channel 5 (also posted by 94.1 FM Star 94).
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution posted several stories about upcoming developments at the Airport: changes in entry to the terminal (May 3), an extension of the longest runway (May 13) and preparations to accommodate the world’s largest jet (May 13).
- The Airport’s concessions program and its quest to include Southern-themed dining options were explored by the SaportaReport blog on May 15 and the Atlanta Business Chronicle on May 16.
- Concessions also were the subject of a May 17 NeighborNewspapers.com story, which focused on the entrepreneur behind the Concourse E food court.
- The Ms. CEO site on June 6 gave jet-setters an overview of the best bets at the Airport, including the Park-Ride Reserve lot, Trak-a-Flight and Trak-a-Line, and pampering opportunities at XpresSpa.
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