Airports are a major source of employment for most Americans, and a recent study found that nearly two-thirds of those working in the U.S. are employed in the airports.
That’s no small feat, and it’s not just the fact that people who work in airports often have to work longer hours than those who work anywhere else.
In fact, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration says there’s no reason a person working at a major airport in the country should be forced to work a longer time in a job they enjoy, like a flight attendant.
The study found airport employees are not only paid more than those working at smaller airports, but also have access to the best health care and medical care in the nation.
That makes the industry a big economic engine for the country, but it’s also not the only industry that could use the investment.
According to a recent report from the Government Accountability Office, there are a number of other industries where there’s been some economic benefit from airports.
It’s one of the reasons the FAA is looking into a plan to invest $500 million in new airfield infrastructure over the next two years.
The money could be used to improve airfield air traffic, improve airport air quality, and reduce the risk of aviation-related fatalities.
The report, which looked at data from the FAA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, found there were no significant economic impacts from airfield construction.
But it’s a bit more complicated than that.
Construction of airports has long been a contentious issue in the past, with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) arguing that airfield closures would hurt the economy.
That argument has been a sticking point in discussions with the Department of Transportation (DOT), as well as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the federal agency that regulates telecommunications.
The FAA has argued that the cost of maintaining the airports themselves would be lower than maintaining the facilities that would be used by airlines and other businesses.
The FCC is also concerned that the closures would create jobs, and is also studying the possibility of establishing a regulatory authority for the industries that would become part of airports.
Some airports, like Phoenix International Airport in Arizona, already have some regulatory authority over some of the businesses that will be affected by the airport closures.
The airport has seen some of its busiest days in the last few years.
According, the average number of flights to and from the airport per day in 2017 was 5,847, and an average of 3,937 passengers were flying in and out of the airport in January, compared to 4,828 in January 2018.
That means an average trip for a passenger in 2017 would have taken about 9.2 minutes.
That would make it the fifth-slowest airport in America.
But the average passenger in the entire U.K., which is about a third the size of Phoenix, averaged a trip of nearly 14 minutes.
A report from PricewaterhouseCoopers found that the average annual revenue of the U-Haul service in Phoenix was $3.3 million in 2016, but that’s only a fraction of what the airport was paying in fees, parking fees, and other expenses for air travel in 2017.
That figure is a little higher for other U-haul services, like those operated by companies like Greyhound and American Airlines.
The Airport Council of Greater Phoenix estimated in a 2016 report that there were 1,817 jobs at the airport.
It also found that roughly 2,000 employees worked at the facility as of June 2018.
The average number working there in 2018 was 3,000, the report said.
It added that it’s important to note that the data does not include the people who are employed on the airport property, which would include the airfield employees who were actually in the facility at the time the report was compiled.
So the number of jobs actually at the site, or the number who were there at the peak of the year, is likely lower.
In 2016, the airport opened a new terminal, but only to serve passenger and cargo flights.
In 2017, it also added a new facility, which is where the FAA plans to spend the money.
The plan is to use the money to buy new airport property and expand the facility.
It said that the airport has invested more than $150 million in the facilities since its opening in 2013, including a new hangar, two passenger terminals, and additional parking and baggage racks.
The current airport is home to the UHaul fleet, which includes six trucks, three buses, and four large vehicles.