Monthly Archives: February 2012

Emirates Boosts Middle East Routes

Emirates’ Middle East operations will receive a boost this August as the carrier increases daily capacity by almost 29% to both Kuwait and Doha. Operations … More ››

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Reuben Brothers Acquire Heliport

Reuben Brothers acquired the London Heliport in Battersea, UK, from Andrew Davis on February 23.  The acquisition was made by Aldersgate Investments Limited and extends … More ››

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Frankfurt Strike To End

Strike action by apron controllers, which has disrupted operations at Frankfurt Airport, is due to end at 2200CET tonight (February 22).  The strike was previously … More ››

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BAA Releases 2011 Results

Airports operator BAA, the owner of London Heathrow and Stansted, has released its results for 2011. The two airports served 87.4 million passengers last year … More ››

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Washington’s Airports Set Records

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport served a combined total of 42 million passengers in 2011, according to figures released by … More ››

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ATCA Washington

The conference is open to the general public. The topics are appropriate for a wide variety of individuals – air traffic controllers, policy developers and … More ››

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Expo Aero Brazil- Sao Jose dos Campos Air Show

Expo Aero Brazil – Sao Jose dos Campos Air Show – International Fair of Aeronautics is the ideal event for the latest innovations in the … More ››

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Frankfurt Strike Continues

Strike action at Frankfurt Airport, operated by Fraport, is expected to continue until the weekend.  A group of 200 apron controllers, members of the GdF … More ››

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Eye Scanners Switched Off

The UK Border Agency (UKBA) has withdrawn Biometric eye scanners from use at Birmingham and Manchester airports in the UK.  The Iris Recognition Immigration System … More ››

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Frankfurt Hit By Strike Action

      Strike action by about 200 apron controllers – members of the GdF trade union – at Frankfurt Airport has been extended into … More ››

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