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    Welcome to the Ambassablog! We're the front-line employee bloggers of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority and participants in the Airport Authority's Goodwill Ambassador Program.

    Here you'll find our continually updated posts about life at historic San Diego International Airport (Lindbergh Field).

    Take a look around, and Email us if there's something you'd like to see added to the Ambassablog or covered in future posts.
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Terminals, tarmac & headsets

Earlier this year the Airport Authority launched an exciting program called the Terminals to Tarmac Tour. The two-hour tour of San Diego International Airport leads visitors through our terminals and then out on the airfield. Tours are led by Airport Authority staff (including yours truly!), and we talk about not only the history of the airport, but plans for the future as well. The tour recently won an award from Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) – 2nd place in the Aviation Education and Tour Programs Category.

We were lucky enough to have some media coverage of one of the tours recently. In the clip below, you can see the airport’s Director of Landside Operations, Murray, giving a tour. As you can see, Murray is a pro with the headset. I always feel a little bit like Britney Spears with it on!

The tours are great fun (I recently had women from the Red Hat Society of Chula Vista … we had a hoot). Tours are free and you can take all the photos you want… as long as they are of me. Kidding! Sign up for one here.

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