This week’s featured link:
Lopez Obrador Commits to Unorthodox Vote on $13 Billion Airport – Bloomberg
The Mexico City airport saga continues. The incoming president promised he’d stop constructing the new airport (which is already a third built) and focus on expanding the existing one. Now he realizes that’s a terrible idea, but he can’t go back on a promise. So, he’s going to put it to a vote (something that isn’t orthodox at all in Mexico) so that he can place the blame elsewhere.
US DOT grants EAS waivers to 25 communities – ch-aviation
Remember all those Essential Air Service markets that were on the chopping block? They all got waivers. Surprise, surprise.
South Korea to shut down Incheon Airport high-speed rail – Nikkei Asian Review
I feel like I’m missing something here. South Korea is shutting down a high speed rail line to the airport because people prefer buses. That is… something.