Opening communications channels with local airports may represent an untapped opportunity for corporate travel managers to improve air service, according to four airport development officials speaking at last month's GBTA convention. While there are a lot of variables and nothing is guaranteed, the speakers were certain that airlines can't factor in information on local companies' business travel patterns if no one provides it to them.

Since April 2020 and as of this past May, at least one legacy airline had stopped operations at 74 U.S. commercial airports, according to Ailevon Pacific Aviation Consulting.

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