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BA trials LHR wayfinding app

British Airways is trialling a new digital wayfinding tool designed to help customers navigate their way through London Heathrow Airport

Further electrification on cards for Schiphol

Royal Schiphol Group will collaborate with network operator Liander to create a new high-voltage substation at the Amsterdam hub

NATS to deploy new back-up ATC at LHR

Plans for a new contingency control tower at Heathrow have been agreed. NATS will deliver the installation and transition of the new ops room

Canard inspects Greek airports

Canard Drones carried out 26 precision approach path indicator, 11 approach lighting systems and 13 runway lights calibration operations

Hudson and The House of R&C team up

Dufry firm Hudson and The House of LR&C have opened a store at DEN offering Russell Wilson’s Good Man Brand fashion line


United States First Lady Jill Biden visited Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) this week to hear about the Terminal Modernization Program and new PIT2Work workforce development curriculum

Dublin serves up new food options

Dublin Airport has opened "The Mezz", a new street food-style unit in Terminal 2, offering six new food and beverage options

Arup and WWU release hydrogen report

New fuels and technologies will account for between one half and three-quarters of the reduction of carbon emissions in aviation by 2050

Miami-Dade approves elevator contract

Airport elevators, escalators and moving walkways at Miami International Airport (MIA) are set for fast-track overhaul

CAA needs to improve, review finds

An independent review of the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) sets out how the "highly effective regulator" can continue to improve