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Emirates launches Dubai biometric fast track

Emirates and the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs have signed a landmark biometric data agreement concerning Dubai Airport

Louisville celebrates 75th anniversary

Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) is marking 75 years of passenger air service with an exhibition in its Jerry E Abramson Terminal

Brisbane Airport secures renewable energy future

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has entered into an historic six-year agreement to secure power that is linked to renewable energy

Biggin Hill secures HVO funding

London Biggin Hill Airport has won funding from HSBC Equipment Finance (UK) to buy two hydro treated vegetable oil (HVO) fuel fire engines

Veovo and OneAlpha team up

Veovo has formed a global strategic partnership with OneAlpha, an airport slot management and capacity planning company

CLEAR takes ID tech to Puerto Rico

CLEAR and Aerostar Airport Holdings are to launch expedited identity verification lanes at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in Puerto Rico

LLA reaches out to local businesses

London Luton Airport (LLA) has hosted a networking event for local businesses interested
in bidding for contracts at the UK hub

LBA starts check-in hall upgrade

Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) has embarked upon the first step of its long-term plans to modernise its existing terminal with an upgrade of check-in Hall A

Alstef improves Montréal BHS

Alstef Canada has upgraded its BAGSORT sortation allocation control (SAC) software at Canada's YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport

Indra revamps German air surveillance

Indra has signed a contract with DFS, Germany’s air navigation service provider, to modernise the country’s entire network of air surveillance radars

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