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350 cyclists race Air Canada flight to Toronto in Heathrow’s Race the Plane charity challenge
  Heathrow’s second annual Race the Plane charity challenge kicks off as 350 cyclists race a flight in real-time Air Canada flight 869 departed from Heathrow to Toronto this... more
AIRPORTS / Heathrow
07/09/2017
Hermes Airports: Signing of the agreement for the Incentive Scheme by Hermes and the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works
 The Ministry of Communications and Works and Hermes Airports, Operator of the Cyprus airports, would like to announce the signing of their commercial agreement which regulates the... more
AIRPORTS / Hermes Airports
07/09/2017
Keflavik Airport makes ties with Tampa
Continuing to record significant growth in passenger numbers, Keflavik Airport has welcomed the latest addition to its ever-growing route network with the arrival of Icelandair’s new link... more
AIRPORTS / Keflavik Airport
07/09/2017
Swedavia: New direct route to Wroclaw from Göteborg Landvetter
  On March 31, 2018, Wizz Air will launch non-stop service to Wroclaw in Poland, the 2016 European Capital of Culture, from Göteborg Landvetter Airport. There will be two weekly... more
AIRPORTS / Swedavia
07/09/2017
China Eastern delivers daily Shanghai – Brisbane flights
Just nine months after launching four times weekly flights between Brisbane and Shanghai, China Eastern has confirmed it will boost services to daily from November 2017.   Julieanne Alroe,... more
AIRPORTS / Brisbane Airport
07/09/2017
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Welcomes WOW air Service Connecting Customers to Iceland
Customers from Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will have new non-stop access to Reykjavik, Iceland, when WOW air begins service in May 2018. WOW air will serve... more
AIRPORTS / Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
06/09/2017
Brisbane Airport: AP Eagers signs on to BNE Auto Mall
AP Eagers is the latest major automotive group to commit to a number of sites with a total area of 61,400m² within Brisbane Airport’s $300m BNE Auto Mall project. Brisbane Airport... more
AIRPORTS / Brisbane Airport
06/09/2017
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport: 310 piers to support six-story parking garage, Support for Harvey victims, Salt Lick opens
Earl Campbell and airport concessionaire Delaware North teamed up for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Construction crews have started drilling and pouring the 310 concrete piers needed to... more
AIRPORTS / Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
06/09/2017
Changi Airport’s new Terminal 4 scheduled to commence operations on 31 October 2017
Changi Airport Group (CAG) today announced that the new Terminal 4 (T4) at Changi Airport is scheduled to commence operations on 31 October 2017. This follows the recent successful conclusion of ... more
AIRPORTS / Changi Airport
06/09/2017
Priority is to ensure safety of passengers and fast breakdown recovery
"Our main concern and priority is always  on ensuring passenger safety and getting them to the boarding gates or arrival hall on time," says Malaysia Airports managing director, Datuk... more
AIRPORTS / Malta Airports
05/09/2017
Christchurch Airport: Profit lifts 50% at Christchurch Airport
Christchurch Airport (CIAL) has today announced increased net profit, revenue, and total declared dividends as a result of record passenger numbers and strong property growth. Christchurch... more
AIRPORTS / Christchurch Airport
05/09/2017
Britain bids to build bigger Heathrow
Overwhelming response as 121 sites from across Britain bid to become a Heathrow logistics hub and help build Britain’s new runway Heathrow’s logistics hubs set to revolutionise UK ... more
AIRPORTS / Heathrow
04/09/2017
Small bags only security checkpoints at Schiphol to stay open more often
Fixed and extended opening times will apply to the special 'small bags only' security lanes at Schiphol's security checkpoints. The evaluation over the summer holiday has shown that these... more
AIRPORTS / Schiphol
04/09/2017
Japan Airlines and Melbourne Airport celebrate as JAL’s first Melbourne service takes-off to Tokyo
Japan Airlines’ (JAL) first service out of Melbourne departed just minutes after midnight on Friday night carrying travellers on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Passengers on the airline’... more
AIRPORTS / Melbourne Airport
04/09/2017
Houston Airports Resumes Operations After Hurricane Harvey
The Houston Airports has resumed limited domestic and international airline passenger service following severe weather caused by Hurricane Harvey. The plan is to begin a phased... more
AIRPORTS / Houston Airport
01/09/2017

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