Let’s face it—2020 has been a challenging year.
And for the aviation industry, that’s a considerable understatement.
In March, COVID-19 brought our industry unprecedented crisis, and recovery has been slow and uneven. We still have a long way to go.
And yet, in the midst of this crisis, the people who operate our airports and airlines have never stopped working, through teamwork and innovation, to ensure that the traveling public and our partners are safe, secure and confident.
We have already seen the fruits of these efforts in our growing air cargo business, which has seen new flights from Hong Kong and Seoul arrive even as the pandemic drastically reduced commercial passenger traffic.
This will take time, but people will fly again. And when they do, this airport and our team will be here to greet them.
As Americans head to the polls, we invite you to look back at some of the stories that demonstrate the strength and resilience of the airport industry and herald a brighter, safer future in the skies.
Thanks for reading.
-Bob Kerlik, Executive Editor, Blue Sky News