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VINCI innovates at Gatwick

London Gatwick Airport has resurfaced its main runway in half the time and at half the cost of traditional resurfacing methods

Electric cars make Tallinn debut

Three electric cars for use by employees involved in aircraft servicing were introduced at Tallinn Airport in Estonia on January 3

Liege ready for SAF distribution

Liege Airport has become the first airport in Belgian capable of providing its airline customers with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)

CPK reflects on 2022 milestones

Poland's Centralny Port Komunikacyjny project has begun the year by looking back at its ten key milestones of 2022

Menzies wins Afghan damages

Menzies Aviation has been awarded more than $26m in damages following the 2020 termination of a concession by the Government of Afghanistan

Looking back at 2022: Green GSE

While aviation struggles to find its post-pandemic feet, the GSE sector has its sights firmly set on the environment

Looking back at 2022: Lithuanian Airports

Lithuanian Airports is one of the success stories of recent years, emerging from the pandemic in a flurry of ambitious infrastructure projects and new routes

Looking back at 2022: Head of the queue

Passengers have long loathed airport waiting lines. But, in the age of COVID, cutting queues is no longer just a matter of keeping travellers happy, finds Paul Willis

Tackling winter head-on

Vancouver is one of the warmest cities in Canada. Airports International asked its international airport how it copes with winter weather, given its unpredictability on the country’s west coast

Creating the next-gen workforce

Richard Smith, director of Talentview Aviation, reflects on the relationship between the education sector and the airports industry - and how they need to work together

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