Monthly Archives: May 2012

Indra to Equip Oman

Spanish IT company Indra will install its new air traffic control (ATC) station at the Muscat and Salalah ATC centres in the Sultanate of Oman, … More ››

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Cavotec Wins Orders

The Cavotec global engineering group has won a breakthrough order for electrical converter systems at Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad International Airport, India, and a major order … More ››

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TNT Chooses Multihog

TNT Airways is using a Multihog multi-purpose implement carrier fitted with a range of attachments at the company’s European Express Centre at Liege Airport, Belgium.  … More ››

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Schiphol Welcomes Back Thai Cargo

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has welcomed the inaugural flight of Thai Cargo’s new weekly Boeing 747 freighter services. The aircraft – delivered in early May – … More ››

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Glasgow Airport Launches Customer Charter

UK-based Rainbow HR is helping Glasgow Airport to launch its customer charter – the first of its kind in the country. The team was brought … More ››

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Virgin America Fined

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has assessed a civil penalty against airline Virgin America for filing incomplete complaints registered by passengers with disabilities, and … More ››

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Royal Runway

A giant Union Jack featuring a profile image of Her Majesty the Queen has been unveiled on London Heathrow’s runway to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.  … More ››

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World-First Trial at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport

France’s Toulouse-Blagnac is the world’s first airport to trial SIM-based Near Field Communication (NFC) to allow passengers to pass through its checks, controls and gates … More ››

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Miami’s new ‘Front Door’

Passengers flying American Airlines to Miami International Airport (MIA) will be welcomed to the US by a new three-level, 400,000sq ft (37,161m2) Federal Inspection Service … More ››

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SSP Wins Phoenix Contract

SSP America, the North American division of food and beverage specialist SSP, has announced a ten-year $800 million contract with Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: “that … More ››

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