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Deicers from Clariant: For a safe take-off on ice and snow

Learn about Clariant's special fluids that are used to deice planes and protect them from reicing before take-off

Dogs detect batteries in cargo

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Diagnose have pioneered the detection of undeclared shipments of lithium batteries by dogs in a six-month trial

SITA moves MEA BRS to the cloud

SITA and Middle East Airlines–Air Liban (MEA) have moved Beirut-Rafic Hariri International Airport's baggage reconciliation system to the cloud

Sheffield Doncaster to close permanently

The long-term future of Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) looks bleak after its owner, the Peel Group, confirmed the site is to close

Hermes boosts Changi cargo management

Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has integrated tech partner Speedcargo’s solutions into its cargo management system at Singapore Changi Airport

Frankfurt runway to close for maintenance

From October 3, the Center Runway (25C/07C) at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) will close for a fortnight to enable essential maintenance to take place

Riga launches investor tender

Latvia’s Riga Airport has announced the launch of an international tender process to attract investors and developers to its RIX Airport City concept

Malé airport baggage system to receive upgrade

The operator of Malé International Airport has awarded a contract to French automated turnkey solutions firm Alstef Group for the upgrade of the facility’s baggage handling system (BHS).

Luton Airport reveals summer traffic figures

London Luton Airport welcomed 4.3 million passengers this summer as its post-pandemic recovery continues.

Stuttgart Airport tests autonomous snow removal equipment

Germany’s Stuttgart Airport has successfully tested new autonomous winter service equipment.

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Deicers from Clariant: For a safe take-off on ice and snow

Learn about Clariant's special fluids that are used to deice planes and protect them from reicing before take-off

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SSARM is one of the leading IT systems integrator in Bulgaria and was awarded a major contract to equip Bulgaria's aviation hubs with EES-compliant border control solutions following a tender by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior last year.

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