Which U.S. airports will be the first to be privatized? The Future of AviationWhich U.S. airports will be the first to be privatized?Some resources to consider:Report: Deal or No Deal: Prospects for Airport Privatization in the United States Access ReportArticle: St. Louis Pulls Bid to Privatize its Airport Read ArticleBack to Solution Forum HomeSuggest a Forum Topic Search for: Comments Robert Puentes says: Plus, while congestion pricing programs can be carefully crafted to minimize impacts… Avital Barnea says: The California Integrated Travel Project (Cal-ITP) will be a statewide solution to… Paul Lewis says: With a growing emphasis on climate change, finding ways to invest in… Explore Other TopicsAn Environmentally Sustainable and Resilient Future Funding and Finance Strategies Leveraging Technology to Improve Transportation Systems Multimodal Freight Policy and Innovation Next Evolution of Governance Structures in America Safety and Security for the Next Century The Future of Aviation Urban Development Policies Workforce and Leadership in Transportation Get Social Join the Conversation: Comment Below Karen Price2021-05-10T13:25:00-04:00 One Comment Paul Lewis March 31, 2021 at 12:25 pm - Reply COVID-19 may reorient the way that airlines operate their networks, and small and medium hub airports might have the highest risk of losing flights and access. Privatization (or long term leasing) is something that St. Louis has explored, San Juan’s airport has done, and others are interested in. But airports and their regions need to be mindful of having a real purpose for privatization and making sure a proposal is actually meeting their goals. Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.