Citizen Police Academy
(December 6, 2018) There’s a good chance you were served by Freddie Maldonado if you dined at Tampa International Airport over the last few years. Or the last 15 years. Or in the ‘90s. Or in the ‘80s.
(December 6, 2018) The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority Board of Directors on December 6, approved a $66 million contract for construction of new facilities and site preparation of 35 acres at the Airport’s new SkyCenter development area.
(November 13, 2018) As families and friends around the country make travel plans to connect with loved ones, Tampa International Airport is gearing up for what is expected to be its busiest holiday travel season on record. During the next several days, TPA is projecting a 9.5 percent increase in traffic over last year’s Thanksgiving holiday period – an impact that will surely be felt on the Airport roadways, in the terminals, at the checkpoints and at our restaurants and shops.
(November 9, 2018) If you’ve seen an ARFF firetruck anywhere on Airport property, chances are that Juan Caro has played a big part in keeping that vehicle going. As the Maintenance Repair Leader, Juan supervises, trains and maintains a team of technicians who service and repair ARFF vehicles.
For the Studious Someone In Your Life
Whether they read, explore or use for coffee table décor, the book lover in your life will love the latest from our news & book shops. From Tampa-themed reads to New York Times best sellers, TPA has got you covered on great reads for mom, dad, grandma and even the little ones.
(November 1, 2018) With excited departing passengers waiting at the gate, Tampa International Airport’s first Norwegian Airlines Dreamliner made its landing at TPA the night of Halloween, making for a special treat to fans of the red-nosed livery. The Airline, which will now fly nonstop from Tampa to London Gatwick, is known for its “long haul comfort” and low fares.
(November 1, 2018) “I always tell my officers, ‘We work for the passengers and will keep them safe during their travels by giving them first class security and excellent customer service.” Jewel said. “We’ll put officers our there to walk the line, talk to the passengers, engage with them.
(October 31, 2018) Sixteen years ago, Frontier Airlines came to Tampa International Airport with one route – a nonstop hop to Denver, Colorado. Now the airline serves 19 markets and more than 1 million passengers a year at TPA, making it the airport’s fastest growing airline.