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London City Airport and Leidos team up

London City Airport (LCY) is replacing its existing conventional security X-ray machines with new CT (computed tomography) scanners from Leidos

Iberia submits license bid to Aena

Iberia Airport Services has submitted a bid to Spanish operator Aena for the handling licenses at 41 airports.

Gaming lounge opens at DXB 

The world’s busiest airport, Dubai International (DXB), is now home to the Gulf region’s first airport gaming lounge concept – Game Space

Georgi Handling expands Leipzig/Halle ops

The second phase of construction at the Leipzig/Halle Airport Technology Park was marked this week by its investor, Greenfield Development

Stansted boss calls for better connections

London Stansted managing director Gareth Powell has called for the return of four trains per hour between the airport and Liverpool Street Station

Swedavia reveals Arlanda retail progress

Swedavia has provided an update on the new Marketplace at Stockholm Arlanda, the largest ever commercial investment at the airport

MIA introduces accessibility lanes

Passengers with reduced mobility arriving at Miami International Airport from foreign destinations can request assistance in the Customs area

Siemens Logistics wins Noida contract

The new Noida International Airport, near Delhi, India, is to feature a Siemens Logistics baggage handling system

Toronto Pearson runway reopens

Toronto Pearson has reopened Runway 06L/24R, the Canadian hub's second-busiest runway, after eight months of refurbishment work

ORD gets construction green light

The FAA has green lit the proposed Terminal Area Plan, paving the way for two new satellite concourses at Chicago O'Hare International Airport

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Clariant deicers: For safe take-offs on ice and snow

Clariant's special fluids deice planes, protecting them from reicing before take-off

New EES Technologies at Bulgaria's Aviation Hubs

SSARM is one of the leading IT systems integrator in Bulgaria and was awarded a major contract to equip Bulgaria's aviation hubs with EES-compliant border control solutions following a tender by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior last year.

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