Why Airports Die

The distinctive design of the Pan-Am Worldport at JFK International Airport, built in 1960, wasn’t enough to save it from the wrecking ball. Dmitri Kessel/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images Anthony Paletta 12:07 PM ET Expensive to build, hard to adapt to other uses, and now facing massive pandemic-related challenges, airport terminals often live

Sea-Tac is First Airport to Resist Federal Push for Facial Recognition and Other Biometric Technologies

Katherine Khashimova Long The Seattle Times (TNS) At least for now, controversial facial-recognition technology won’t be installed at boarding gates at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, making the airport the first in the country to resist the rollout of a federal biometric identification program. After hours of impassioned public comment Tuesday, much of it from people calling facial