Public invited to workshop on airport master plan

By coffman | Apr 10, 2017 | News, news-home | No Comments

The future of the Waco Regional Airport is under review, and the public is invited to learn more about the project and the direction local leaders hope to take.

Scottsdale Airport embarks on year-long renovation bolstered by bustling air traffic

By coffman | Apr 4, 2017 | News, news-home, Uncategorized | No Comments

With over 300 flights in and out of the Scottsdale Airport daily, which generates hundreds of millions of dollars annually, the local airport is fastening its seat belt in preparation to take off on a year-long redevelopment project.

No Textbooks, Real-World Experiences Prepare Industry-Ready Graduates

By coffman | Mar 22, 2017 | News, news-home | No Comments

Coffman Associates has been helping Dr. Tara Harl as one of a team of industry leaders teaching labs to the airport management students at Kansas State University, Salina.

Santa Maria’s future up in the air

By coffman | Mar 10, 2017 | News, news-home | No Comments

Like most towns in America, Santa Maria has been struggling with what it wants to be when it grows up.

Hillsboro Airport to begin years-long master plan process this month

By coffman | Feb 21, 2017 | News, news-home | No Comments

The Port of Portland is kicking off a two-year-long project to update the Hillsboro Airport Master Plan to determine how the airport will need to grow in order to meet demand over the next two decades.

Flying first class in Flagstaff

By coffman | Jan 26, 2017 | News, news-home | No Comments

Flagstaff Airport now offering a first class option to passengers.

Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport expansions continue

By coffman | Jan 24, 2017 | News, news-home, Uncategorized | No Comments

The Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport has undergone several expansion projects in recent years, with plans for more.

Wildlife: One of the Biggest Concerns Facing Airports Today

By coffman | Jan 9, 2017 | News, news-home | No Comments

Wildlife continues to pose a threat to safety in aviation. Airports are working hard to mitigate the dangers through collaborative efforts with the FAA, sponsors, and consultants.

Coyotes showing up at Arlington Airport, City working on plan to keep them away

By coffman | Jan 4, 2017 | News, news-home, Uncategorized | No Comments

By Tim Ciesco,¬†NBCDFW 5 News No matter where they are, all airports, big and small, have run-ins with wildlife. For many, that begins and ends with birds. But the Arlington Municipal Airport has found itself getting frequent visits from some much larger critters. The airport backs up to a wooded area along Fish Creek where […]

Airports and GIS: Your Questions Answered

By coffman | Dec 14, 2016 | News, news-home | No Comments

Many people have questions about GIS how airports can use this technology. Today, we answer those questions.

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