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DHL Express breaks ground in Munich

DHL Express Germany has marked the official start of construction for its new Munich Airport facility with a ground-breaking ceremony

Motorcycle rentals launched at Rapid City

Rapid City Regional Airport in South Dakota has partnered with EagleRider, the world’s largest motorcycle rental company

Alaska Airlines adopts electronic bag tag

Later this year Alaska Airlines will become
the first US airline to launch an electronic
bag tag programme

SSP wins Guadeloupe F&B contract

Travel F&B operator SSP has been chosen by Guadeloupe Pôle Caraïbes Airport to develop
eight F&B units

Stansted upgrades retail for summer

A major refurbishment of London Stansted's international departure lounge has been completed in time for the big summer getaway

Frequentis to provide BVCS for Airservices

Airservices Australia has contracted Frequentis
for a bypass voice communication system (BVCS)
to be used in the new CMATS

Malaysia Airports and UTM target airport ops

Malaysia Airports continues to champion airport operational excellence through its latest collaboration with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

ACI reveals world's busiest airports

Airports Council International (ACI) World has published its annual World Airport Traffic Dataset, confirming global air traffic rankings for 2021

sleep ’n fly launches at Dubai International

Airport Dimensions has opened its fourth and largest sleep ’n fly lounge, on Concourse B in Terminal 3 at DXB

CLT’s West Terminal lobby expansion opens

Part of the Terminal Lobby Expansion’s (TLE)
west side at Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) opened on July 27

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