Category Archives: Cargo

Birmingham Airport Makes £100 Million Infrastructure Improvements

Birmingham Airport, UK, has announced that it is investing £100m on improvements to its facilities and infrastructure, including hold-baggage screening, self-service check-in, surface access, additional … More ››

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Canberra Goes International

Canberra is now an international destination, following the arrival of Singapore Airlines’ inaugural flight SQ291 from Changi on September 21. This four-times per week service … More ››

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Qatar Launches Sydney A380 Services

Sydney has become Qatar Airways’ first destination in Australia to be served by the Airbus A380 aircraft. The airline says it has achieved steady growth … More ››

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Wellington Airport Reaches 5 Million Domestic Passengers

Wellington Airport (IATA: WLG), New Zealand, has announced that it has handled a record five million domestic passengers in the past 12 months. The airport … More ››

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Belgium Working to Replace Airport Entrance Security Measures

On September 12 ACI Europe met with Jan Jambon, Vice-Prime Minister of Belgium and Security & Interior Minister, to discuss security measures at Belgian airports … More ››

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Korean Air and Delta to Strengthen Partnership

Korean Air and Delta Air Lines, founding members of SkyTeam, are to strengthen their partnership by expanding codeshares to more than 100 US and Canadian … More ››

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August Busiest Month in History for Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport (IATA: BHX) has recorded its busiest ever month in its 77 year history with almost 1.3 million passengers recorded in a single month. … More ››

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Birmingham Airport Lights up ATC Tower in Gold for Child Cancer Awareness

Birmingham Airport, UK, is supporting childhood cancer by being part of its awareness campaign. From September 1 Birmingham Airport’s Air Traffic Control Tower (ATC) will … More ››

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‘Father’ of the Boeing 747 ‘Jumbo Jet’ Dies

Joe Sutter, the man who led the engineering development of the revolutionary Boeing 747 in the mid-1960s, has died. Boeing CEO Ray Conner paid tribute: … More ››

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British Airways Re-introduces Tehran Flights

Following the recent relaxation of sanctions on Iran, British Airways launched a new six times a week service to Tehran on September 1. Sean Doyle, … More ››

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