Security Master Plan and Access Control System Upgrade
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is an airport in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is the largest airport in the Delaware Valley Region. It is the 10th busiest airport in the world in terms of aircraft activity. PHL is the second largest hub in addition to being an international hub for American Airlines providing service to destinations in the US, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. PHL is managed by the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Aviation.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is located in Orlando; in Orange County, Florida and is the closest commercial airport to Orlando’s world-class attractions, the Orange County Convention Center, and the downtown business district. MCO is the busiest airport in Florida (by the number of passengers) owing to Orlando's popularity as a tourist destination and its enormous residential and commercial growth. The airport is owned and managed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. Over 80 airlines, and approximately 30 million passengers, travel to almost 100 domestic and international destinations at MCO. The airport has two terminals and 129 gates.
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Eppley Airfield (OMA) is a medium hub airport located three miles northeast of Omaha, in Douglas County, Nebraska. It is the largest airport in Nebraska and is named for Eugene C. Eppley. The airport occupies 2,650 acres and handles approximately 75-80 airline flights per day to 16 non-stop destinations. Eppley has three terminals and two passenger concourses.
Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport (airport code MSP) is in the middle of the twin cities and is also a short driving distance from the Minnesota metropolitan areas of Bloomington, Eagan, Brooklyn Park and Richfield. The airport ranks 15th in North America for passenger traffic and is the 12th busiest in the US with over 32 million travelers annually. The airport has two terminal buildings, Terminal 1-Lindberg and Terminal 2-Humphrey. Twelve air carriers provide non-stop service to 114 domestic and 21 international markets.
Boeing Field / King County International Airport is one of the busiest primary non-hub airports in the nation. Located just five 5 miles of downtown Seattle, it averages more than 200,000 operations each year. The airport’s economic impact is $3.2 billion in terms of local business sales that support 12,618 jobs and create $804 million in labor income in the county. The airport’s 150 tenant businesses also directly support 4,900 jobs in the local economy. The airport serves small commercial passenger airlines, cargo carriers, private aircraft owners, helicopters, corporate jets, and military and other aircraft. It is also home to the Boeing Company’s 737 and 787 aircraft flight-test program, along with other Boeing operations.