Category Archives: Legislation

Gatwick Expansion ‘Remains Only Deliverable Option’

Responding to the Airports Commission Final Report on July 1, Gatwick Airport said it remained confident that it will still be chosen for expansion as … More ››

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Davies Report Recommends Third Runway for Heathrow

The UK’s Airports Commission, led by Sir Howard Davies, has recommended a third runway should be built at London’s Heathrow. The commission’s report describes the … 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 ››


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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Edinburgh Airport Officially Launches Airspace Trial

Edinburgh Airport officially launched its new Airspace Trial on June 25 which involves a percentage of aircraft departing in a westerly direction take a different … 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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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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Stockholm Arlanda Airport Selected for US Preclearance

Stockholm Arlanda Airport has been selected by US Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) as one of ten airports in the world to introduce so-called … More ››

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LEED Gold For LAX’s New Tom Bradley Terminal

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has achieved Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for its new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT). This … More ››

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‘Dramatic Rise’ in ‘Self-Employment’ and Zero-hours Contracts for European Aircrew

A new study carried out by the University of Ghent (Belgium) and funded by the European Commission has described the number of pilots now working … More ››

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