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Flex-as-a-Service gives airlines more options

SITA's Flex-as-a-Service enables airlines to provide a completely mobile experience to passengers and rapidly respond to traveller’s changing needs

Düsseldorf extends Pre-Departure Sequencer

Düsseldorf Airport has extended the use of its departure manager and so has procured the extension from ATRiCS

Swedavia selects Veovo for emissions charging

Swedavia has selected Veovo software for emissions charging of airlines at its largest airports, Stockholm Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter

ApronVision aims to improve apron ops

TK Elevator has launched ApronVision,
which the company says will make apron operations
more efficient

Bechtel involved in new Indian airport

Bechtel Engineering is to support Tata Projects in its delivery of the new Noida International Airport, which is intended to serve New Delhi

Airbus and Kansai Airports hydrogen MoU

An MoU between Airbus and Kansai Airports has been signed to explore the use of hydrogen at three of the Group’s airports in Japan

Nashville unveils New Horizons project

Nashville Intenational Airport has announced a new $1.4bn improvements plan

LCY passes 1m passengers for 2022

London City Airport passes 1m passengers for the year so far and predicts 3m by year end

Luton signs foreign exchange services deal

ChangeGroup is to supply currency exchange services at London Luton Airport

"Driverless" baggage tractor trial at Chubu

Soliton Systems is trialling a remote controlled “driverless” baggage tractor at Chubu airport with the co-operation of JAL and Chubu Sky Support