Category Archives: Airports

Heathrow Bids Farewell to Terminal 1

Heathrow Terminal 1, opened by Queen Elizabeth II in May 1968, will say goodbye to its final passengers this evening. The terminal will close after … More ››

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Phase 2 of Sydney T1 Transformation Underway

Sydney Airport has commenced phase two of its T1 improvement programme. The work follows consultation with stakeholders and address requests for more direct paths through … More ››

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“Not Just a Second Runway” Says Gatwick Architect

With a final recommendation on the UK’s next runway expected shortly, new images have been unveiled of Gatwick’s plans with architect Sir Terry Farrell saying … More ››

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Augustin de Romanet Elected President of ACI Europe

During the 25th ACI Europe Annual Assembly, hosted by Prague Airport, Augustin de Romanet, Chairman & CEO of Aéroports de Paris, was elected President of … More ››

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Connectivity and Consumers: EU Aviation Strategy

On the occasion of the 25th ACI Europe Annual Assembly, Congress and Exhibition taking place in Prague, Arnaud Feist, President of ACI Europe and CEO … More ››

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Fiji Airways Launches Wellington Route

Fiji Airways operated its inaugural flight between Nadi and Wellington on June 25. The launch marks the beginning of a year round flight to one … More ››

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ICAO Confirms New E-Cigarette Restrictions

The International Civil Aviation Organization has amended the 2015-2016 edition of its Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (ICAO Doc … More ››

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New Airport Terminal for Wichita

Wichita Eisenhower National Airport opened its new terminal building on Wednesday June 3. Also, two major parts of the $200 million new terminal project – … More ››

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Miami Airport Collects Bomb Hoax Cash

To demonstrate that making a bomb threat in an airport is no laughing matter, on June 3 Miami International Airport officials displayed enlarged checks in … More ››

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Air Freight Momentum Slows

On June 4, The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing a 3.3% increase in cargo volumes (freight tonne … More ››

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