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Menzies to plant mangroves 

Menzies Aviation has committed to funding the planting of 70,000 mangroves as part of the Million Mangroves project

Leidos establishes IP ATM office

Leidos has opened an Air Traffic Management Research and Collaboration Centre in Singapore to keep pace with the demands of global aviation

Incheon wins Ninoy Aquino contract 

Incheon International Airport Corporation has secured the development and operation rights for Ninoy Aquino International Airport 

BA overhauls LHR GSE equipment

British Airways is embarking on a multi-million-pound investment programme to overhaul its ground support equipment at Heathrow Airport

Gatwick appoints new COO

Mark Johnston has joined London Gatwick Airport as chief operating officer (COO), taking over from interim chief operating officer John Higgins

Schiphol upgrades Lounge 2

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is redeveloping Lounge 2, the area located after the security check for passengers flying to destinations outside Europe

Areas opens Santagloria at Madrid-Barajas

Travel F&B specialist Areas has opened a new Santagloria point of sale in the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport

Drones: the Open Skies Cornwall project

Drones will pave the way for eVTOLs and, ultimately, vertiports. This ground-breaking UK project aims to demonstrate their potential

TK Elevator kits out new Zayed terminal

TK Elevator will supply 106 passenger boarding bridges, 93 advanced visual docking guidance systems and a MAX Monitor & Control system

Farnborough partners with BMW UK

Business/executive general aviation facility Farnborough Airport has launched a four-week long partnership with BMW UK

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