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Swissport Frankfurt recertified by IATA

Swissport's air cargo centre at Frankfurt Airport has been CEIV Pharma-certified by IATA

FAA targets zero runway ‘close calls’

The FAA is working with airports across the US to reduce the risk of vehicle and pedestrian deviations on the airfield

Menzies Aviation wins net zero approval

Menzies Aviation’s target to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions has been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative

SIL completes Knock installation

A new Indra distance measuring equipment (DME) system has been installed at Ireland West Airport Knock (IWAK)

Ardian bids for majority stake in Alstef

Ardian has entered into negotiations to acquire a majority stake in Alstef Group, alongside Group management and employee shareholders

Baggage handling better despite traffic growth

The newly launched SITA Baggage IT Insights 2024 reports a fall in the number of mishandled bags despite the rise in passenger numbers  

Ancona holds aerospace test flights

Ancona International Airport has hosted a series of aerospace test flights conducted by Italy’s National Research Council (CNR)

Irish aviation addresses passenger misconduct

The Irish Aviation Authority, along with industry stakeholders, is launching a declaration to combat unruly passenger behaviour

Schiphol, Incheon and Avinor launch BOOST

The BOOST programme will see airports work together to drive improvements in robotics and automation in baggage handling 

Skyports partners with Unified Aviation

Skyports Infrastructure has partnered with Unified Aviation to provide cost-effective, versatile infrastructure for air taxi take-off and landing

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