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BNE upgrades safety vehicles

Distinctive yellow airside safety vehicles are replacing the plain white utes (utility vehicles) that have been used at Brisbane Airport for decades

Autonomous vehicles debut at Tallinn

Tallinn Airport has begun using autonomous vehicles for small package deliveries and the transportation of Magnetic MRO employees

SITA and Zamna join forces

SITA is strengthening its airline, airport, and border solutions in partnership with travel identity company Zamna Technologies

Eye to manage Bristol adverts

Bristol Airport has appointed regional airport advertising specialist Eye Airports to manage and sell its advertising assets

SFO to close Runway 1L for repaving

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is to close its shortest runway, 1 Left or 1L, for eight weeks in spring 2023 to repave the runway surface

Munich and Lufthansa sign LOI

Munich Airport and Lufthansa will sign a letter of intent (LOI) to build on the sustainable development of the Bavarian hub

£440m boost for Manchester

MAG (Manchester Airports Group) today announced a £440m investment in Manchester Airport, the final phase of a £1.3bn transformation programme

PAX MX2 debuts at Frankfurt

Vanderlande’s PAX MX2 – a new security screening system with a unique dual-lane concept – has made its global debut at Frankfurt Airport

Nashville installs digital art

Nashville International Airport (BNA) is celebrating the city’s legacy with a 140ft-high digital art installation created by Studio Gentilhomme

Louisville boosts leadership team

Louisville Regional Airport Authority has appointed Heather Fuqua and Kyle Hartlage to its senior leadership team

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