Category Archives: Air Traffic Control

Heathrow Hits All-time High With 77 Million Passengers

Heathrow Airport says it welcomed a record 6.76 million passengers in June (+2.3% from June 2016), boosting the number of passengers travelling through in the … More ››

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Stansted Announces Community Consultation Events

London Stansted has announced a programme of local community consultation events to gather the views of local residents to help shape its plans to make … More ››

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3i Takes Ownership of Belfast City Airport

A fund managed by 3i Group plc (“3i”) took ownership of George Best Belfast City Airport (IATA: BHD) on June 1. 3i is an international … More ››

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UK’s first digital air traffic control tower

London City Airport has announced it is to become the first UK airport to build and operate a digital air traffic control tower, with a … More ››

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3-D Display of the World’s Air Traffic Inaugurated at Stockholm Arlanda Airport

I n an effort to visualize the growing number of destinations that can be reached directly from the airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport has unveiled Open … More ››

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Strong First Quarter Results for Finland’s Airports

Airport operator Finavia has released figures showing passenger numbers grew by 6.9%, year on year, in the first quarter of 2017. Finavia said the main … More ››

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WOW air Acquires First Airbus A320neo

Iceland’s WOW air has taken delivery of the first A320neo aircraft, via an agreement with Air Lease Corporation (ALC). The new aircraft is the airline’s … More ››

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EASA Proposes New Airport Certification Specifications

The European Safety Agency, EASA, has proposed new certification specifications (CS) for aerodrome design to enable large aeroplanes to operate at existing airports. An EASA … More ››

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Asiana Airlines Takes Delivery of its First A350 XWB

Asiana Airlines of South Korea has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the 12th airline to operate the new twin engine widebody airliner. Asiana’s … More ››

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Airbus Delivers First A321neo to Virgin America

Airbus delivered the first-ever A321neo to the US carrier Virgin America on April 20. As first announced in April 2016, Virgin America was acquired by … More ››

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