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INDUSTRY UPDATE
Indy Airport Deepens Its Commitment to Women
in Leadership
The list of senior-level women in
leadership roles at the Indianapolis
Airport Authority continues to
grow, with the recent addition
of Tenley Drescher-Rhoades as
the new IAA general counsel, as
well as current director of supplier
d iver sit y Hol l i Ha r r i ng ton
accepting an expanded role,
becoming the IAA's first diversity
officer.
Drescher-Rhoades has practiced
law in the Indianapolis area for the
past 19 years, with most of that
time spent in the private sector
developing many relationships
both at the local and state levels.
Most recently, she was involved
in the early stages of Indianapolis'
new Community Justice Campus,
as well as the new convention
center hotel development on Pan Am Plaza.
Harrington, who joined the IAA in 2013, has an
expanded role from director of supplier diversity to all
aspects of the IAA as its new diversity officer. In this new,
expanded role, Harrington will partner with leadership to
promote equity and equality in IAA operations, processes
and systems, working to ensure all passengers, visitors,
vendors and employees are met with respect and feel both
welcome and included.
Drescher-Rhoades and Harrington will join three
current members of the senior leadership team who are
female: senior director of commercial enterprise Marsha
Stone, senior director of audit and compliance procurement
Maria Wiley and senior director of human resources Rachel
Stevens.
www.AviationPros.com/21087520

Planet Nine Private Air Celebrates 1st
Anniversary, Doubles Its Employees to Over 60,
Including 35 Pilots
Planet Nine Private Air, the Van Nuys, California based
private charter operator and aircraft management company

celebrated its first birthday. In the eleven months since it
first took to the air, it has touched down in 262 different
airports with its Dassault Falcon 7Xs. Its longest charter
routes have connected Tokyo, Japan with Dundee in
Scotland and Washington Dulles International with Tahiti
in the South Pacific. Globally, Paris and London have been
Planet 9's most popular charter destinations - from Van
Nuys and Teterboro. Its workforce, which started out at
35 in June 2018 has grown to over 60, including 35 pilots
- five of them female.
Planet 9 enters its second year with an expanded f leet
of five next generation Falcon 7Xs, plus one managed
Gulfstream G650, newly added to its Part 135 charter
certificate. A second Gulfstream - a G550 - joins its aircraft
management division in July. Planet 9 also manages a
privately owned Bombardier Global 5000 based out of
Teterboro.
www.AviationPros.com/21086751

Airport Saves Water, Resources by Swapping
Turf with Xeriscape
A program to replace the green grass turf with
native desert landscape around Phoenix Sky Harbor
International Airport is anticipated to save $400,000
annually in labor and materials, as well as millions of
gallons of water.
This turf replacement and landscaping project is a
step toward a more sustainable future for the airport -
and the city. The region is known for its dryness and
intense summer heat, which puts a premium on water.
That makes water conservation essential for the Phoenix
metropolitan area's long-term sustainability.
Water consumption at the airport averages 30 million
gallons per month, necessitating such conservation efforts
like the use of low-irrigation Xeriscape. Removing all
grass turf that is high in water use from Sky Harbor
grounds will dramatically reduce water usage by 5.375
million gallons a year.
www.AviationPros.com/21086656

Board Votes to Change TAA Leadership;
Promotes VP Bewley to
Interim CEO
Danette Bewley was named
Interim President and CEO of the
Tucson Airport Authority during
a special meeting of the authority's
Board of Directors.
The appointment takes effect
immediately. Bewley, who has
been vice president of operations
and chief operating officer since

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Airport Business

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Airport Business

Inside the Fence
Industry Update
RS&H Plans King County Airport for Boeing 777x Arrival
Time to Reorganize – Why U.S. Airports Need to Adapt their Organizations to Meet Industry Changes
Avoid a Battered Display: Indoor and Outdoor Digital Signage Enclosure Protect from Theft, Storms and More
Pick Your Seat
What We Need to Know About Electric Hand Drying
Changing Camera Technology Boosts Airport Security
The Right Light
Self-Service Takes Hold in the Future of Airport Concessions
What is the difference Between an SMS and an SMS?
Washington Watch
Ready for Takeoff: Airports Becoming the New Lifestyle Hubs
Product Focus
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Airport Business - Inside the Fence
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Airport Business - Industry Update
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Airport Business - RS&H Plans King County Airport for Boeing 777x Arrival
Airport Business - 11
Airport Business - Time to Reorganize – Why U.S. Airports Need to Adapt their Organizations to Meet Industry Changes
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Airport Business - Avoid a Battered Display: Indoor and Outdoor Digital Signage Enclosure Protect from Theft, Storms and More
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Airport Business - Pick Your Seat
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Airport Business - What We Need to Know About Electric Hand Drying
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Airport Business - Changing Camera Technology Boosts Airport Security
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Airport Business - The Right Light
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Airport Business - Self-Service Takes Hold in the Future of Airport Concessions
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Airport Business - What is the difference Between an SMS and an SMS?
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Airport Business - Washington Watch
Airport Business - Ready for Takeoff: Airports Becoming the New Lifestyle Hubs
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