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JetBlue to hand over gates and ground facilities as part of Spirit merger

JetBlue has agreed to transfer to Allegiant all of the holdings of Spirit Airlines at Boston Logan International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport as part of its merger agreement with the ultra-low-cost carrier.

Smiths Detection to integrate AI tech into X-ray scanners

Smiths Detection plans to work with Neural Guard, a provider of artificial intelligence-based automatic detection algorithms, to integrate its threat recognition software into its scanning equipment.

London Gatwick Airport appoints new chair

London Gatwick has appointed a new chair who will work with VINCI Airports, Global Infrastructure Partners and the executive team on the airport’s future. Baroness Margaret Ford of Cunningham will take over the role from outgoing chair Sir David Higgins.

Aena airports in Spain report record August

Aena airports in Spain broke passenger records in August with 29.8 million people using the network, 9.5% more than in the same month of 2022.

Airport buses: sustainable trail blazers

The landscape of sustainable aviation continues to evolve at pace, with airport ground transportation emerging as a focal point for innovation

Multimodal transport: at the heart of the matter

Tom Batchelor delves into the world of multimodal airports and their benefits, from economic to environmental

Menzies Aviation to drive advancement of airports and airlines across Africa

Menzies Aviation has become an official partner for the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Focus Africa Initiative.

Amsterdam Schiphol's Oostbaan runway to close for two weeks

The Schiphol-Oostbaan runway will be closed to arriving and departing aircraft for two weeks later this month to allow for maintenance work to be carried out.

Stansted has second-busiest month ever as UK airports enjoy bumper August

London Stansted had its second-busiest month ever in August despite the impact of the national air traffic control failure, with more than 2.91 million passengers passing through the Essex site.

London Gatwick graduate scheme welcomes new recruits

London Gatwick's graduate scheme has relaunched following the pandemic, with seven new recruits offered places on the programme from a pool of more than 1,500 applicants.

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