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Samarkand marks terminal anniversary
Uzbekistan’s Samarkand International Airport, the third largest airport in the country, has celebrated the first anniversary of its terminal opening
Auckland terminal build gathers pace
The biggest redevelopment in Auckland Airport’s 57-year history is underway, work having begun on the construction of a new domestic terminal
ZeroAvia and Fortum look into airport hydrogen use
ZeroAvia has signed an MoU with Fortum to explore developing hydrogen production and refuelling infrastructure at airports in the Nordics
Budapest chooses Veovo terminal software
The passenger experience at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is set to improve thanks to Veovo's Passenger Predictability solution
Veovo’s next-gen passenger flow platform
Veovo's next-generation cloud platform is being utilised by airports such as Amsterdam Schiphol, Dublin, London Gatwick, and Oslo.
AeroCloud launches kerb to gate solution
Intelligent airport management platform AeroCloud has launched its latest offering, AeroCloud Optic
Frequentis leads AI research project
Austrian research project Take Off is funding Frequentis’ cooperation with Austrian Institute of Technology and Graz University
PIT reveals bridge and tunnel design
Pittsburgh International Airport has unveiled the designs for a dynamic connector bridge and tunnel between terminals
ADB Safegate and Fraport team up
The companies agreed to enter the strategic partnership based on a common interest to drive digitalisation at Frankfurt Airport
Mitie wins Bristol waste contract
Mitie has been awarded a three-year waste management contract by Bristol Airport, with the option of extending for a further two years.
Thermo Fisher offers scalable testing solutions to help keep air travel safe.
The increase in air travel as people get back to their lives and livelihoods will require SARS-CoV-2 testing for the safety of passengers, air travel employees, and countries. Travel restrictions and testing requirements around the world change regularly and without prior notice. Safety plans are fluid and testing should be adaptable to what tomorrow may bring.
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