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DFW orders zero-emission buses

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has ordered 26 zero-emission buses from ElDorado National (California), Inc (ENC), a subsidiary of REV Group

OAK completes $30m taxiway work

California’s Oakland International Airport (OAK) has completed its $30m Taxiway Victor and Bravo Rehabilitation Project

San Diego to receive FAA airfield funding

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is to provide San Diego International Airport (SAN) with $110m over ten years for airfield improvements

Solidarity Transport Hub – investing in Poland

Poland’s Solidarity Transport Hub is crucial not only for the economic growth of the country and wider region but for European security

BLR leads Indian perishable shipments

Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BLR) is once more the top airport in India for handling perishable shipments

Aerozone Stansted unveils new experiences

Education centre Aerozone Stansted has reopened its doors with a variety of new interactive experiences, following a donation by Emirates

Checkout-free shopping arrives at DFW

Star Concessions has collaborated with Amazon to launch a checkout-free store at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)

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

Doncaster Sheffield 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

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How technology is meeting the changing demands of airports

The evolution of the modern airport, and the way in which their operators conduct business, was well underway even before the global pandemic struck earlier in the year.