Legislation


Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Wins FAA Flight Paths Lawsuit

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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (IATA: PHX) has announced that almost three years after the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) changed the flight paths in … More ››

Lufthansa and German Government to Support the Restructuring of airberlin

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As part of its ongoing restructuring airberlin has filed a provisional insolvency proceeding in self-administration at the local court of Berlin-Charlottenburg today (August 15). This … More ››

New IATA FIATA Air Cargo Program Launched in Canada

A new IATA FIATA Air Cargo Program (IFACP) has been launched in Canada. The new programme, which will be rolled out globally following the Canadian … More ››

UK CAA Assesses Airports’ Disability Facilities

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The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published a report that assesses the top 30 UK airports on the quality of assistance they provide to … More ››

Airlink to Perform Proving Flight to St Helena

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The South African carrier, Airlink is expected to carry out a ‘proving flight’ to St Helena on Monday, August 21, 2017 using an Embraer E190-100IGW … More ››

Border Checks Lead to European Passengers Experiencing Huge Delays

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Thousands of flights have been delayed because EU border controls are significantly understaffed to comply with tightened immigration checks. Many passengers have missed their flights … More ››

Gatwick Awards Construction Frameworks

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Gatwick Airport has announced the award of two new Frameworks for construction activity at the airport in support of its recently announced five-year Capital Investment … More ››

Fraport Signs Lima Airport Agreement

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Lima Airport Partners (LAP) – a Fraport AG majority-owned company – and the government of Peru have signed an amendment to the 2001 Lima Airport … More ››

Four Airlines Removed From ‘Laptop Ban’

The US authorities have lifted the ban on electrical items being carried in the cabin of US-bound flights  operated by Etihad, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines.  (Photo: Airbus)

The US authorities have removed four airlines from its ‘Laptop ban’ list. Back in March, the US banned all electronic items larger than a smart … More ››

US Requires Enhanced Screening to Replace ‘Laptop Ban’

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On June 28 the US Homeland Security Secretary, John Kelly, announced heightened security measures for foreign flights arriving in the United States. The US authorities … More ››