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... 39   Case Examples To better understand unique working arrangements at airports, specific airports were selected for additional follow-up and are showcased here as case examples. Case Example 1 -- Atlanta Regional Airport, Falcon Field Location: Atlanta, Georgia Airport Identifier: FFC FAA Region: Southern Airport Hub Size: GA Acreage: 350 Based Aircraft: 198 2021 Annual Aircraft Operations: 76,000 Owned and operated by the Peachtree City Airport Authority, the Atlanta Regional Airport is staffed by 18 employees, including four employees in customer service, two in airfield maintenance, four in administration, and eight in line service.
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... 40 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies Owned and operated by Onslow County, the non-hub Albert Ellis Airport has 32 full-time equivalent employees. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Airport Director offered the ability to work remotely for certain employees, such as administrative staff (e.g., Finance Manager and Accounting Clerk)
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... Case Examples 41   With 13 employees, Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport, located south of Houston, Texas, maintained essential operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even at the height of the pandemic, there were always a customer service representative, a line technician, and several supervisors on duty at the airport.
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... 42 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies The Executive Vice President of Airport Operations and Customer Service at Tampa International Airport (TPA) explains how the airport developed a "playbook" to ensure the airport remained open and operational for essential travel, while ensuring the health and resilience for each employee.
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... Case Examples 43   Acreage: 2,302 Based Aircraft: 25 2021 Annual Operations: 268,884 Owned and operated by the City of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia International Airport is a large-hub airport with more than 15 million passenger enplanements annually. As the COVID-19 pandemic began, the airport considered which employees could work from home.

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