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Movie Theater, Golf Course, Spa, and More All in One Airport?

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Most travelers know of Duty Free stores in airports all over the Korean Airworld, but did you know that some airports have museums, ice skating rinks and hospitals? Better yet, have you ever been to one of these high-ranked airports? Abrams Landau‘s Education Director Stephanie Yoon recently went to South Korea’s Incheon Airport which has

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NextGen: Saving Fuel, Money and YOUR Time

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Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and other Washington, D.C. area airports are undergoing a technological revolution to replace 1940s technology and propel your next flight into the 21st century. The Federal Aviation Administration and aviation community have a joint program to modernize the airways. Soon radio technology will be replaced by more precise GPS in

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Reagan National Airport Getting $1 Billion Upgrade

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Reagan National Airport, located in Arlington, VA, has been around for more than 75 years now. Originally built to “comfortably” handle 15 to 16 million passengers a year, it is now serving more than 23 million, and the numbers are only growing. It serves more passengers than Dulles International Airport, an airport 14 times its

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Airline Customer Service Representative Wins Car Crash Case

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When airline employees are injured off the airport premises and they are not charged with some duty for their employer, they can still bring a lawsuit against the unsafe defendants who caused their injury. As an example, Dulles Airport accident lawyer Doug Landau noted the following Virginia Lawyers Weekly case report of a case handled

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Airport Ground Crew are Vulnerable on the Air Operations Area (AOA)

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Airline ground crew and airport personnel are vulnerable on the air operations area (“AOA”) because of the numerous vehicles that are maneuvering — sometimes in very tight spaces. In addition, most of these workers are wearing ear protection which limits their ability to hear danger coming from behind.  With jet engines running, it is sometimes

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Crash Today, Trial Tomorrow

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Despite being in a crash that left his vehicle inoperable, Doug Landau plans on going forward with tomorrow’s case in the District of Columbia for a client with severe cardiac impairment. To read more about the accident, in which Landau held onto the steering wheel while flying upside down, and to see pictures of the

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Landau at National Championship

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Airport injury lawyer Doug Landau is used to traveling.  After all, since he is licensed to practice law up and down the East Coast, he often travels to meet with clients or try cases for injured airline employees who live, work, or have been injured in a state other than Landau’s home state of Virginia.

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