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Air France opens LAX lounge

Air France has opened a new lounge in the Tom Bradley terminal at Los Angeles International Airport

Heathrow launches live music stage

Heathrow has partnered with global music community Sofar Sounds to launch a new Terminal 5 music stage this summer

TSA breaks airport screening record

The US Transportation Security Administration has broken the record for the most people screened on a single day

Manchester Airport power outage triggers disruption

Manchester Airport was forced to cancel and delay dozens of flights after the hub experienced a “significant” power outage

Skyports partners with Jeju Air on vertiports

Skyports has entered a partnership with Jeju Air, a low-cost airline, to support the deployment of vertiports for air taxi operations in South Korea.

Munich Airport explores sustainable energy generation

Munich Airport is using a container with photovoltaic panels and wind rotors to charge electric vehicles

Air China and JFK enter partnership

Air China and The New Terminal One at JFK have launched a partnership to elevate the experience for Chinese customers

New trolley fleet introduced at Edinburgh

A fleet of new luggage trolleys is being introduced at Edinburgh Airport

Farnborough Airport unveils £55m hangar facility

Farnborough Airport has announced the opening of Domus III, a new 175,000 sq. ft hangar facility

Schiphol’s corporate affairs director steps down

The director of corporate affairs at Royal Schiphol Group, Kees Boef, will step down from the role in September


Thermo Fisher offers scalable testing solutions to help keep air travel safe.

The increase in air travel as people get back to their lives and livelihoods will require SARS-CoV-2 testing for the safety of passengers, air travel employees, and countries. Travel restrictions and testing requirements around the world change regularly and without prior notice. Safety plans are fluid and testing should be adaptable to what tomorrow may bring.


The runway at RAF Brize...