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COS opts for new GLN lounge

Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is to replace its existing Premier Lounge with a Global Lounge Network (GLN) facility

DAKOSY and Fraport form digitalisation JV

Software provider DAKOSY and airport operator Fraport have established a joint venture, allivate, to drive digitalisation in cargo

Tallinn joins BSR HyAirport project

Tallinn Airport has joined the Baltic Sea Region HyAirport project, which aims to create conditions for the adoption of hydrogen in aviation

Austin blazes ATC upgrade trail

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport’s air traffic control tower is the first in the US to receive the new modernised Tower Simulation System

MAN team wins PRM service award

The ABM team responsible for providing special assistance services for passengers travelling through Manchester has received a top award

Swissport inks MUC deal with AeroGround

Swissport Losch and AeroGround have signed a collaboration agreement involving the provision of ground handling services at Munich Airport

Heathrow marks London Fashion Week

Heathrow Airport and the British Fashion Council have launched a limited-edition tote bag range ahead of London Fashion Week

Jointline makes senior appointment

Global airport runway specialist Jointline has appointed Matt Ragless head of airfield lining, grooving and distribution centres

Hainan chooses SATS for Saudi

China's Hainan Airlines has awarded a contract to SATS Group for cargo handling services at airports in Saudi Arabia

NEC wins Haneda kiosk order

NEC Corporation has won an Immigration Services Agency and Japan Customs order for the installation of immigration and customs declaration kiosks

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