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SSP buys Australian F&B business

Travel food and beverage specialist SSP Group has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares of Airport Retail Enterprises (ARE)

Dubai air taxis to take off by 2026

Skyports Infrastructure, Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA) and Joby Aviation will launch passenger air taxi services in Dubai by 2026

Surrendered airport items put to good use

Items surrendered by Brisbane Airport travellers are helping Queenslanders grappling with the cost-of-living crisis and domestic violence

Likewize partners with DragonPass

Tech protection and support provider Likewize has teamed up with airport travel experience company DragonPass

Lilium opts for MCO vertiport hub

eVTOL developer Lilium has chosen the Orlando International Airport vertiport as a network hub for Lilium Jet operators in central Florida

daa unveils 20-point sustainability plan

Airport operator daa has unveiled details of 20 environmental sustainability initiatives being rolled out at Dublin and Cork Airports

NAV Canada and Indra to deploy new ATM platforms

The milestone agreement will contribute to the evolution of Canada’s air traffic management systems

Skanska wins LaGuardia fuel transmission contract

LGAFUEL has awarded Skanska a contract to carry out the $113m construction of LaGuardia Airport’s fuel transmission systems

NATS wins environmental plaudits

UK air traffic control service provider has won ‘A List’ acclaim for leadership in environmental transparency and action

Aviation leaders expect disruption to remain high

According to industry data provider Infare, flight disruption, as indicated by schedule changes, remains 300% above historical norms

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CPK’s project giants revealed

Centralny Port Komunikacyjny is in the process of selecting and signing contracts with key suppliers connected to the construction of CPK airport

CPK: meeting air transport demands

There are a number of economic factors behind the construction of Poland’s new Solidarity Airport, not least the growth of air transport in Poland

CPK appoints master civil engineer

Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has finalised one of the four key tenders related to the construction of the CPK Airport project in Poland

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