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Munich and Assaia test radar tech

Munich Airport and Assaia International have completed a four-month test utilising radar technology with single engine taxi (SET) procedures

Newton Room launches at Fiumicino

A high-tech classroom dedicated to STEM disciplines – science, technology, engineering and maths – has been inaugurated at Rome Fiumicino

Architects to compete for Vilnius terminal job

Preparations are underway for a new arrivals terminal at Vilnius Airport, with the Lithuanian Union of Architects to launch a design competition

Fraport launches cargo masterplan

Airport operator Fraport is strategically aligning its Frankfurt hub to capitalise on forecast growth in the air cargo business

dnata to boost Zürich cargo capacity

Air services provider dnata will boost its cargo handling capacity by over 50% at Zürich Airport (ZRH) in Switzerland

JFK TOGA deploys Ink DRS

JFK Terminal One Group Association (TOGA) and Ink Innovation have expanded the Ink disaster recovery system (Ink DRS) at the New York terminal

Airports to boost tech spend

Airports will boost investment in analytics, biometrics and the cloud to improve the passenger experience, according to a new Amadeus study  

Menzies unveils new executive aviation brand

Menzies Aviation has acquired Flystar Flight Support, a leading supplier of executive aviation services in the Balkans

HCPHC wins funding for Stennis apron expansion

Hancock County Port and Harbor Commission (HCPHC) has won a $3m grant from the Mississippi Department of Transportation

Menzies and Siginon win CEIV cert

Strategic partnership Menzies Aviation-Siginon Aviation has obtained IATA’s CEIV Pharma accreditation in Nairobi

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