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Consortium completes Timisoara terminal

A consortium consisting of three Romanian construction firms has built a new terminal at Timișoara Traian Vuia International Airport

Schiphol trials self-driving buses

Two electric self-driving Ohmio buses are following a fixed route and making stops at various locations on airside at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Menzies to manage IAH fuel farm

Menzies Aviation is to manage and operate the fuel farm and hydrant fuelling system at Houston George Bush InterContinental Airport (IAH)

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Gatwick RET to cut delays and emissions

The new Rapid Exit Taxiway (RET) will help reduce delays and go-arounds, as well as supporting the airport’s sustainability targets

VIPA chooses revamp consortium

VIPA has chosen the VIPorts Partners consortium to redevelop the Cyril E King Airport in St. Thomas and the Henry E Rohlsen Airport in St. Croix

EHang launches Japan's first UAM Centre

UAM Tech specialist EHang Holdings has opened Japan's first Urban Air Mobility Centre, in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture

LG Electronics and Urban-Air Port team up

UAM infrastructure specialist Urban Air-Port (UAP) has signed a collaboration agreement with global technology leader LG Electronics

Aena to modernise Congonhas Airport

Aena, which operates 20% of Brazil's air traffic, will invest more than BRL 2bn (€370.8m) in the expansion of São Paulo's Congonhas Airport

ADR debuts Shop&Fly service

Operator Aeroporti di Roma (ADR) has launched a new Shop&Fly service at Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport

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