May 26, 2008

Airport Privatization

Here is the plan by Midway to privatize and the path ORH should take a very close look at. Imagine the press and interest that we can get by just being mentioned in the same sentence as Midway, as another airport seeking to privatize!!


Anonymous said...

This sounds like something that could be good for ORH but what are the chances it happens?

Also did you see the total for aircraft operations at Midway of 285,000. It is hard to believe Midway had 18 millions passengers with 285,000 operationsand ORH had 66,000 operations and had zero passengers??

Anonymous said...

Why do we need a new police station when the current building is only 30 or 35 years old? This is insanity. This notion that the place is a sick building is alot of baloney and posturing. I can see me going to my boss and telling him I dont like building I work and that he should build a new one.

And where are we going to put it? the old court house site......the Aud site????

Notre Dame churchs future....the wrecking ball.........or maybe it will be on the Discovery channel as a mega move???...................only 2 options I see??

Anonymous said...

If you fix the 5/15 link to, I wouldn't have to scroll down past all of your links to see your latest and greatest writings.

Anonymous said...

Here's some interesting info:

Airport Manager Job Description, Career as a Airport Manager, Salary, Employment - Definition and Nature of the Work, Education and Training Requirements, Getting the Job

"In 2004 the median salary for all airport managers was $47,450 per year. Managers of large international airports earned more than $80,000 per year."

Things that make you go hmmmm......