(April 3, 2017) Edelweiss Air to Zurich, Copa Airlines to Panama City, Lufthansa to Frankfurt, and soon, Icelandair to Reykjavik. These are among Tampa International Airport’s recent air service victories that have more than doubled international enplanements at TPA and added tens of millions of dollars to the Tampa Bay region’s economy each year.
Delta Air Lines announced over the weekend that it will soon offer daily, year-round nonstop flights from Tampa International Airport to Salt Lake City. The service will begin on Dec. 21, 2017, and tickets are available now.
Salt Lake City, known for its surrounding mountain ranges and ski resorts, has been among TPA’s top target markets and helps round out its service to the western part of the country. Daily, year-round service is projected to generate more than $16 million in economic impact to the Tampa Bay region.
(March 15, 2017) Before coming to Tampa International Airport almost five years ago, John Mallory had worked on just about every type of construction project. He started his career working for a small general contracting firm out in the field tying rebar and pouring concrete. He later worked for larger companies as he worked his way up to being a superintendent and then into project management.
Today Tampa International Airport officially enters its busy spring break travel period, which is on pace to potentially reach record numbers according to airline capacity plans and passenger projections. Between today through April 24, nearly 3.2 million passengers are expected to arrive at and depart from the Airport. Scheduled capacity is up 5.3 percent over the same period in 2016.
Tampa International Airport is hosting its sixth concessions job fair on Monday, March 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority Board Room.
Airport concessionaires are looking to fill more than 200 positions for shops and restaurants throughout the airport, including for both existing concessions and upcoming openings. More hiring opportunities will arise as additional concessions open throughout this year.
Airports Council International today named Tampa International Airport North America’s top airport for airports serving 15 to 25 million passengers, according to its annual Airport Service Quality Awards, and second-best for North American airports larger than 2 million annual passengers.
(March 2, 2017) While studying finance in college, Kyle Doyle figured he’d get a job on Wall Street “making more money than he could ever imagine”. Soon after graduation, though, he realized what was actually available to him were not the types of positions that he wanted to work in.
He had some friends in the Washington D.C. area who encouraged him to apply with Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
(March 2, 2017) Airport CEO Joe Lopano came to Tampa International Airport in 2011 and laid out a simple objective for the procurement team: “Build the best procurement department in the universe,” Lopano said.
They took that challenge literally.
Restrictions on airline ticket prizes