Uber and Lyft sent statements saying they are working with the aviation department on a fix.
eNews Exclusive: A new law at CLE turns business as usual for luxury ground transportation operators into a nightmare.
More passengers want their own vehicle instead of taking public transit, shuttles, or personal vehicles parked off airport property.
A new compound and an exclusive terminal serving all commercial airlines can be a bonus for Los Angeles business travelers.
The Colorado Limousine Association drew a heavy turnout and a guest appearance from NLA President Gary Buffo.
Some big company names have formed a group to ensure luxury transportation operators can pick-up and drop-off at a future redesigned LAX.
U.S. passenger numbers are at record levels, but packed terminals aren’t stopping them from enjoying wait time for a flight.
Smaller associations can do great things when they get support from big names.
Stephen DiMarco is pursuing more airport business at Boston, Hartford, and New York airports.
JULY LCT Editor's Edge: Take pro-industry messages a step further and go for the inconvenienced travelers.
About nine out of 10 flights departing major U.S. airports between 6 and 8 a.m. took off on time over 12 months.
The aircraft, which the company hopes to use for an aerial taxi service by 2023, is a mashup of a plane and a helicopter.
MAY LCT: Pickups in the 12 a.m. hour can get dicey since clients are not as literal about day divides.
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