Monthly Archives: September 2017

New Radar for Billund Airport

Spain’s Indra has been selected to provide a new generation of radar equipment for Billund International Airport (IATA: BLL). It follows a tender process organised … More ››

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Construction Milestone for Gerald Ford International Airport

Construction on the first phase of the Gerald R Ford International Airport’s (GFIA) Gateway Transformation Project (GTP) concluded on September 27 with a ribbon-cutting celebration … More ››

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50th Birthday of Lifeline Orkney Air Service

On Wednesday September 28 Loganair celebrated half a century of serving the Scottish Orkney islands. Operated by Loganair since 1967, the Orkney Inter-Isles Air Service … More ››

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JetBlue is Launch Airline for A320 Family Airspace Cabin

US low-cost-carrier JetBlue will become the first airline to introduce Airspace by Airbus on the A320 Family. JetBlue customers will experience this newest A320 Family … More ››

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‘Passenger Airport Charges Double in 10 Years: Tighter Regulation Needed’ – IATA

The International Air Transport Association has called on the European Union to significantly strengthen economic regulation of major European airport monopolies by focusing on the … More ››

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‘Sister’ Agreement for Brisbane and Chongqing Airports

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has entered into a ‘Sister-Airport’ agreement with the Chongqing Airport Group (IATA: CKG) of China which will enable the two airports … More ››

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JAL Announces Boeing 787 Orders

Boeing and Japan Airlines (JAL) have announced an order for four 787-8 Dreamliners. The order, which was previously listed on the Boeing Orders & Deliveries … More ››

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Auckland Airport Responds to Aviation Fuel Shortage

The oil companies responsible for transporting, storing and supplying aviation fuel to Auckland Airport, the primary international gateway to New Zealand, are restricting the amount … More ››

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Airbus Inaugurates its A330 Completion & Delivery Centre in China

Airbus has inaugurated its A330 Completion and Delivery Centre (C&DC) in Tianjin, China, taking additional steps in the expansion of its strategic partnership with China. … More ››

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Brisbane Invests in Rooftop Solar Power

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has announced it is investing in a major renewable energy Solar PV project capable of generating more than 9,315,000 kilowatt hours … More ››

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