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DSNA adopts SITA solution

French air navigation service provider DSNA is to deploy the SITA Safety Cube compliance management solution, across French airspace

Menzies and Wizz sign first MEA deal

Logistics specialist Menzies Aviation has won a contract with Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, an ultra-low-fare airline in the United Arab Emirates

Plaza brings Blush to Heathrow

Hong Kong’s Plaza Premium Group (PPG) has opened its Blush Lounge in London Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 4

SITA strengthens Geneva partnership

Passengers traveling from Geneva Airport can now use self-service touchpoints at check-in, bag drop, and security, thanks to SITA technology

SFO dedicates plaque to Ramaytush Ohlone

SFO has marked Native American Heritage Month by acknowledging the Ramaytush Ohlone people as the original inhabitants of the airport land

Groupe ADP chooses Amadeus solutions

Paris Aéroport (Groupe ADP) aims to deliver a smoother passenger experience by means of a major deployment of Amadeus self-service solutions

AMI expands Pakistan operations

Air freight wholesaler Air Menzies International (AMI) has opened two new branches in Lahore and Karachi, Pakistan as it grows its global network

Emirates launches Dubai biometric fast track

Emirates and the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs have signed a landmark biometric data agreement concerning Dubai Airport

Louisville celebrates 75th anniversary

Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) is marking 75 years of passenger air service with an exhibition in its Jerry E Abramson Terminal

Brisbane Airport secures renewable energy future

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has entered into an historic six-year agreement to secure power that is linked to renewable energy

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