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Atlantic and Archer to develop vertiports

They will develop sites for eVTOL operations in the Los Angeles and New York City metropolitan areas, along with Northern California and South Florida

Avolta and CAAP team up in Uruguay

Avolta, formerly Dufry, and airport operator Corporación America Airports aim to revolutionise travel retail in Uruguay

EASA bids to regulate ground handling

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the first-ever proposal to regulate ground handling across European Union airports

Menzies and SGA Angola agree JV

Menzies Aviation and Sociedade Gestora de Aeroportos (SGA-SA) will deliver cargo and lounge services at Angola’s Luanda International Airport 

Netcompany to help drive Avinor digitisation

Avinor has chosen Netcompany as its exclusive strategic partner for the next three years, with an option for two two-year extensions  

ACI to work more closely with Chinese airports

ACI World and the China Civil Airports Association (CCAA) have signed an MoU to strengthen the cooperation of Chinese airports

SFO to rename international terminal

The airport commission has approved a resolution to name the terminal after the late Senator and former San Francisco Mayor Dianne Feinstein

SIL installs NDB at Tuzla Airport

Systems Interface (SIL) has completed a turnkey contract to supply, install and commission a replacement non-directional beacon (NDB)

New MRO planned for South Texas

Aras Aero has leased 120,000 sq ft of ramp space to create a new MRO operation at the South Texas Regional Intermodal Park and Airport in Hondo

Lithuanian Airports publishes master plan

The company, which operates three airports in Lithuania, has unveiled a long-term master plan for the development of the entire network until 2052