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Jamaica invests in SITA solution

Jamaica is to adopt SITA’s Digital Travel Declaration solution, which will support the country’s Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA)

TSA approves HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX

Smiths Detection’s advanced carry-on baggage scanner has been added to the TSA’s checkpoint property screening system (CPSS) mid-size QPL

Medical Transit Center opens at Rzeszow

A new Medical Transit Center (MTC) has opened at Poland’s Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport, backed by the EU and the WHO

Schiphol Banenplan passes major milestone

More than 500 people have found work at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol as a result of the Schiphol Banenplan jobs scheme

daa makes Gubbins interim CEO

Dublin Airport operator daa has appointed Catherine Gubbins interim chief executive officer, following the departure of Dalton Philips

Menzies wins LATAM engineering contract

Menzies Aviation has secured its first engineering contract in Australia with long term customer LATAM Airlines

Southern wing of Changi T2 to reopen

Changi Airport Group (CAG) will reopen the southern wing of Terminal 2 (T2) for departure operations on 11 Oct 2022

Hamad launches second airport hotel

Hamad International Airport (HIA) has opened the Oryx Garden Hotel, the second airport hotel within its award-winning terminal

UK appoints aviation advocate

The UK’s Department for Transport has appointed a new General Aviation Advocate to represent the needs and ambitions of the sector

Austin-Bergstrom hires Populous

Global design firm Populous is to reimagine the passenger experience as part of planned expansions at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

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