The Future of Aviation
Which 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
Article: St. Louis Pulls Bid to Privatize its Airport
Bruce Abanathie says:
Karalyn Clouser says:
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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.