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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

Servy to launch mobile ordering at O’Hare

Hospitality enterprise self-service platform Servy is to launch a contactless mobile ordering and delivery platform at Chicago O’Hare International Airport

ADB Safegate unveils Safedock FleX

Airport solutions provider ADB Safegate has launched Safedock FleX, its latest advanced visual docking guidance system (A-VDGS) offering

VR elevators installed at Chongqing Jiangbei

TK Elevator has supplied Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport in China with more than
100 customised elevators

Work begins on Draken hangar at Teesside

Aviation services and technology firm Draken Europe is to begin work on its new hangar at Teesside Airport after plans were green lit

Vision-Box unveils Seamless Kiosk

Biometric recognition specialist Vision-Box has unveiled Seamless Kiosk, a flexible, customisable passenger processing platform

Case study: Improving handling efficiencies

Georgi Handling is revamping its new warehouse at Leipzig/Halle Airport, helped by Joloda Hydraroll’s clever rollerbed solution

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