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BLR rolls out next-gen DigiYatra

The beta version of the DigiYatra app has been rolled out at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BLR)

Budapest runway refurb takes off

An €18.5m taxiway and runway refurbishment project is underway at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Hungary

Scottsdale tackles capacity issues

Arizona’s Scottsdale Airport is to use more than $5.4m in FAA grants to improve efficiency, safety, and capacity

LAX trials 100% electric shuttle bus

Near-airport parking specialist The Parking Spot has unveiled its first 100% electric shuttle, at Los Angeles International Airport

Schiphol partners help with summer crowds

More than 100 employees of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol partners are assisting at the Dutch hub over the summer

WFS adds Heathrow cargo capacity

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has increased its facility footprint at London’s Heathrow Airport after a 30% growth in volumes in the past year

Menzies-RAS expands in Pakistan

Menzies Aviation has won more than a dozen contracts in Pakistan, following its acquisition of a 49% shareholding in Royal Airport Services

PANYNJ unveils all-digital media upgrades

PANYNJ and Clear Channel Airports have installed new digital media infrastructure across the authority's airports

BLR calls for sculpture proposals

Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has issued an open call inviting artists to submit proposals for a 20m-high monumental sculpture

Manchester cracks down on illegal parking

Manchester Airport, Manchester City Council and the region’s police forces are tackling inconsiderate and illegal parking near the hub

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