Category Archives: Airports

Airbus A350 XWB Completes Route Proving World Tour

The Airbus A350-900 has successfully completed a series of route proving trials after visiting 14 cities over the past three weeks.  At the technical route … More ››

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AeroGround Signs Adria Airways Agreement

AeroGround Flughafen München GmbH, the ground handling subsidiary of the Munich Airport operating company (FMG), has signed an agreement with the Slovenian airline Adria Airways … More ››

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Icelandic Airports Host Historic Lancaster

Iceland’s Keflavik and Reykjavik Airports jointly hosted an extremely rare World War Two-era visitor over August 6-7.  The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Avro Lancaster – … More ››

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Runway 4-22 Permanently Closed at BWI

Runway 4-22 at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport was closed permanently on August 6.  As part of a multi-year, comprehensive series of airfield improvements, Runway … More ››

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Emirates Touches Down in Chicago

Emirates has completed the first flight of what is now a daily nonstop passenger service from Dubai to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. The inaugural flight … More ››

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New Cargo Apron for Warsaw Chopin Airport

A new cargo apron has been completed at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport.  The airport says it hopes its expanded its infrastructure will enable the airport to … More ››

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Swissport Granted Algerian Ground Handling Licences

Following a period when its baggage delivery service at London’s Gatwick was criticized last month, Swissport International (Swissport), has received some good news in the … More ››

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Winnipeg Completes Runway Rehabilitation

Winnipeg Airports Authority (WAA) has announced the completion of rehabilitation work on Runway 18/36 at Winnipeg Richardson International Airport.  The project included complete asphalt pavement … More ››

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LAX Reports 6.5% Passenger Rise

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) officials have reported that total passengers during the first six months of 2014 rose 6.5% to 34,336,315 passengers from 32,217,517 … More ››

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Heathrow Launches National Connectivity Task Force

Lord John Shipley of Gosforth has been appointed as the independent chair of the National Connectivity Task Force which was first announced by Heathrow in … More ››

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