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Amadeus acquires Vision-Box 

The acquisition will bring new capabilities around biometrics hardware and software, adding border control solutions to the Amadeus portfolio

Côte d'Azur airports make biofuel commitment

Cannes-Mandelieu and Golfe De Saint-Tropez airports are reducing their emissions by more than 50 tonnes of CO2 per year

Cranfield upgrades radar after three decades

Cranfield Airport is constructing a new radar surveillance system, which will be the first on-site radar facility in 30 years

Changi trials Aurrigo autonomous vehicle

Changi Airport Group  and Aurrigo International are testing the latest version of the Auto-DollyTug electric-powered autonomous vehicle

Phnom Penh passes green milestone

The Cambodian airport has won Level 3 accreditation from the Airports Council International

COS opts for new GLN lounge

Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is to replace its existing Premier Lounge with a Global Lounge Network (GLN) facility

DAKOSY and Fraport form digitalisation JV

Software provider DAKOSY and airport operator Fraport have established a joint venture, allivate, to drive digitalisation in cargo

Tallinn joins BSR HyAirport project

Tallinn Airport has joined the Baltic Sea Region HyAirport project, which aims to create conditions for the adoption of hydrogen in aviation

Austin blazes ATC upgrade trail

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport’s air traffic control tower is the first in the US to receive the new modernised Tower Simulation System

MAN team wins PRM service award

The ABM team responsible for providing special assistance services for passengers travelling through Manchester has received a top award

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