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Huntsville wins space vehicle approval

Huntsville International Airport has become the first commercial airport in the United States to receive a license to land commercial space vehicles

BIAL unveils payment solution

An omnichannel payment solution has been launched at BLR Airport, the first initiative of its kind at an Indian airport

TSA prepares for summer volumes

The TSA is prepared for US summer passenger volumes that may exceed those of 2019 for the first time since pre-pandemic

Servy launches Order Now at Vancouver

Servy has implemented its Order Now service programme at Vancouver International Airport (YVR), its second such launch in Canada

Birmingham switches to renewable electricity 

The UK’s Birmingham Airport has begun using electricity generated solely from renewable sources

IFC advises Madinah Airport

Global development institution IFC has helped rebalance the concession agreement at Madinah Airport, which was badly hit by COVID-19

Heinemann and Highsnobiety JV launches

Gebr Heinemann and Highsnobiety have formed a joint venture, opening their first permanent Gatezero store at Copenhagen Airport

Aviator and PLAY strengthen partnership

Sweden-based Aviator Airport Alliance has signed
a new ground handling contract with PLAY, the Icelandic low-cost carrier

BWI reopens Express Parking

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) has reopened its Express Parking lot

Düsseldorf CEIV certification renewed

Düsseldorf (DUS) Airport Cargo has received IATA Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) pharma certification for a third time

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