At the 2022 ACI-NA Business of Airports Conference, I just had the pleasure of attending, several sessions focused on how challenging it is to successfully build-out, open, and operate an airport concession under current market conditions. Key issues identified included sky-rocketing construction costs, continued supply chain woes, and staffing shortages, all made even more challenging […]
What IS a digital twin, anyway? On a panel I recently joined, we explained that a digital twin could range from a Star Wars-esque recreation of the Death Star, used to help plan an attack, to a more basic gathering of information that can be used to identify a pattern or process relied upon to improve a real-life situation.
Most of us are familiar with the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution – if you, like me, had to learn the amendments in order in grade school, this one came first and was arguably more interesting than, say the 12th Amendment.
I’m excited to be joining Airport Business Magazine as a regular contributor, and look forward to future columns about the fascinating world of airport law. If you have a topic you would like to know more about, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It may just end up as a future column! This month […]
The Nashville Post helped get the word out about Martin Airport Law, LCC – read the article here: https://lnkd.in/gSTmAmdX
Want to make a little extra money for the holidays picking up your neighbors at the airport? Slow down, speedy! Commercial activities are regulated by many airports. Commercial means you’re making money, so before you try to make money using airport facilities, check rules and regulations for that airport, which can often be found on […]