OPENS RENOVATED FACILITIES
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International on May 15 opened its renovated terminal,
passenger tunnel and Concourse A.
The renovation includes moving air carriers that were previously in Terminal 2 to the
Main Terminal Concourse A. Carriers include Air Canada, American, US Airways and
United. Concourse A opened with 16 gates to allow for future growth.
Delta will remain in Concourse B of the Main Terminal.
Concourse A offers additional amenities for travelers, including more dining and
shopping options, Wi-Fi, workstations and outlets to recharge electronic devices,
a USO military lounge and a children’s play area. The renovation also includes an
improved ticketing area and tunnel enhancements, providing fast access to passenger
gates. Passengers can walk or take train service to their gates. Both trains are in
service for quick access to concourses A and B, according to an announcement from
Bernie Humphries, A.A.E. (Calgary,
Alberta); Bill Newman, A.A.E.
(Toronto, Ontario); Cuyler Green,
A.A.E. (Prince George, British
Columbia); Jeff Huntus, A.A.E.
(Medicine Hat, Alberta); Richard
Schano (Salzburg, Austria);
Zbigniew Salek (Poznan, Poland);
Krzysztof Ochocki (Poznan, Poland);
Werner Toepel (Munich, Germany);
Roko Tolic (Dubrovnik, Croatia);
Gabriel Dumitrescu (Bucharest,
Romania); Stefan Runcan (Targu
Mures, Romania); George Paldi
(Budapest, Hungary); Gershon
Adzadi (Accra, Ghana); Patricia
Krall (L3 Security and Detection
Systems); Woodie Woodward
(Woodward & Associates); Bob
Francis (Farragut International);
Bill Fullerton (Louis Berger); and
Theresia Schatz, A.A.E. (ACRP).
TSA Sets Dec. 3 As
Cargo Screening Deadline
(CTBX Aviation); Peter Deeks (AJT
Engineering); John Root (Wolen); and
Dave Byers (Quadrex).
Members of the IAAE Board of
Directors are: Bonnie Allin, A.A.E.
(Tucson, Ariz.), chair; Tonci Peovic
(Zagreb, Croatia), vice chair; Jim
Bennett, A.A.E. (Abu Dhabi, UAE);
Larry Cox, A.A.E. (Memphis, Tenn.);
Tom Greer, A.A.E. (Monterey,
Calif.); Jerry FitzGerald, A.A.E.
(New York); Bill Barkhauer, A.A.E.
(Morristown, N.J.); Al Denson,
A.A.E. (Birmingham, Ala.); Kelly
Johnson, A.A.E. (Northwest
Arkansas); Mark Brewer, A.A.E.
(Manchester, N.H.); Randy Berg,
A.A.E. (Salt Lake City); Jeff Mulder,
A.A.E. (Tulsa, Okla.); Krys Bart,
A.A.E. (Reno, Nev.); John Duval,
A.A.E. (Beverly, Mass.); Elaine
Roberts, A.A.E. (Columbus); Jeanne
Olivier, A.A.E. (New York); Bob
Bogan, A.A.E. (Morristown, N.J.);
Jim Elwood, A.A.E. (Aspen, Colo.);
Robert Olislagers, A.A.E. (Denver
Centennial); Michael Cheyne, A.A.E.
(Atlanta); Bruce Carter, A.A.E.
(Moline, Ill.); Rosemarie Andolino
(Chicago); Ben DeCosta, A.A.E.
(Atlanta); Roger Sellick, A.A.E.
(Vancouver, British Columbia);
TSA announced that it has set Dec.
3 as the deadline for passenger
airlines to conduct 100 percent cargo
screening on international flights
bound for the U.S.
The mandate for airlines to
screen for explosives fulfills a
requirement of the implementing
recommendations of the 9/11
Currently, all cargo on passenger
aircraft — both domestic and
international — departing U.S.
airports undergoes screening.
Domestically, cargo screening is
conducted by air carriers or those
voluntarily participating in the
Certified Cargo Screening Program,
under TSA’s oversight.
TSA said it has worked
closely with other governments,
international organizations and
industry partners to increase
the security of air cargo without
restricting the movement of goods
and commerce. The new screening