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ACI launches new ‘Airports Innovate’ conference

Airports Council International’s annual global trade show is returning in a new format after a two-year hiatus.

Bumper month for Avinor as Norwegian growth continues

Norwegian airport operator Avinor is in a buoyant mood after handling more than 4.5 million passengers during August, up 84% over the same period last year.

Jersey Airport to support Blue Islands hydrogen-powered flights

The operator of Jersey Airport is set to collaborate with regional airline Blue Islands and California-based start-up Universal Hydrogen on transforming aviation in the Channel Islands with hydrogen.

Changi Airport renews sustainability commitment

Changi Airport Group (CAG) has released its latest sustainability report outlining its vision, approach and outcomes for the financial year ending March 31, 2022.

Newcastle Airport expansion gains pace

The development of Australia’s Newcastle Airport is taking shape with enabling works for a new passenger terminal soon to begin.

Avinor rolls out Veovo solution

Avinor and Veovo have developed an integrated platform that will optimise operations across all areas of the Norwegian company’s airports

Big rush for BNE recruitment fair

There has been an unprecedented rush for tickets for tomorrow’s BNE Careers Expo at Brisbane Airport, driven by a recent call for 2,000 new staff

New data platform built for ASA

Digital H&S specialist EcoOnline and ASA – the Airport Safety Association – have launched a new safety incident data platform for airports

Alpha expands into Ras Al Khaima

UAE-based catering specialist Alpha Flight Services has signed a 10-year concession agreement with Ras Al Khaimah International airport (RKT)

Senior shake-up at Swissport

Swissport has appointed Dave Lynch group chief information officer and member of the executive leadership team, one of several senior changes

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