(March 15, 2018) When it comes to Tampa International Airport’s retail world, Patrick Lampasso is a walking encyclopedia. The Stellar General Manager started out with HMS Host as a retail assistant manager in 2006, back when Host operated all concessions at TPA, and over the years Patrick managed every single retail concept at the Airport.
(March 15, 2018) As the rest of the country recognizes March as Women’s History Month, Tampa International Airport’s law enforcement and public safety teams are quietly making some history of their own.
The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority has created a Qualification Process for companies that provide any of the following Staffing Solutions and Services listed below:
- Temporary Staffing Services
- Temporary to Permanent Staffing Services
- Direct Placement Services, Personnel Recruiting Services or Personnel Screening Services
- Human Resource Assist Services
To be placed on the Qualification List companies must meet the following requirements:
Whether you are a first-time flyer or a passenger with special needs, flying can be an overwhelming experience. Tampa International Airport is here to help make your journey pleasant and enjoyable.
TPA 360 is a comprehensive tour to assist those with physical, intellectual or developmental challenges, such as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and their families.
Our commitment to Art & Culture goes back to 1971 when the terminal opened. The legacy of artwork includes the Roy Butler birds, the Renmark tapestries and WPA murals by George Snow Hill. Traveling through Tampa International Airport, you can still see these works today.
Over forty years as an Airport has allowed us to build a diverse art collection that reflects our community and as such, is an extension of ourselves. The collection reflects the abundant natural resources and rich cultural heritage of the region and celebrates the legacy of Tampa Bay as the birthplace of commercial aviation.
(March 1, 2018) In 1978, Brenda Geoghagan started at Tampa International Airport as a clerk to help pay for her college tuition. Now, 40 years later, she prepares to retire as the Director of Guest Services and one of the longest tenured employees at TPA.
The Tampa native grew up with aspirations to work in Public Relations but never expected to create such a lasting career at the airport.
(February 28, 2018) Tampa International Airport expects its busiest spring break on record with an estimated 3.1 million passengers traveling through the airport, a 7.1 percent increase compared to last year’s spring break. TPA’s spring break travel period officially begins Friday, March 2, and runs through Monday, April 16.
(February 28, 2018) Tampa International Airport has a new tool in the fight to keep us safe: Anya, a three-year-old Belgian Malinois with a set of skills unlike any other at the Airport.
Anya is specially trained in explosive detection and explosive odor pursuit and came to TPA on Feb. 13 as part of the new Explosive Detection Interdiction Canine program.