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Aviator and Wizz ink new deal

Aviator Airport Alliance and budget giant Wizz Air have signed a new contract, continuing a long-term partnership between the two

Smiths installs CT scanners at Fiumicino

Rome/Fiumicino will boost its security and operational efficiency with Smiths Detection’s installation of 30 HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX scanners

Idemia initiative launches at Orlando

Idemia has launched a new TSA PreCheck enrolment initiative at Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Frontier breaks ground on DEN facility

Frontier Airlines and Denver International Airport have broken ground on a 14-Gate facility on the East End of Concourse A

FerroNATS wins Madrid tender

Spanish air navigation service provider FerroNATS has won an apron management service (SDP) contract at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport

Perth signs up to Indigenous Art Code

Australia’s Perth Airport has become a supporter member of the Indigenous Art Code (IartC), which aims to promote the ethical sales of indigenous art

AeroCloud and Flight Solutions merge

Software platform developer AeroCloud Systems
has merged with passenger processing firm
Flight Solutions

Well Told launches in US airports

Toronto-headquartered wellness firm The Well Told Company is to launch into 22 United States airports, with its first two locations operational this month

Brisbane on the hunt for 2,000 new staff

On September 10, Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) will host the BNE Careers Expo in a bid to attract up to 2,000 new workers

Ferrovial Vertiports appoints new VP ops

Ferrovial Vertiports, a division of Spanish firm Ferrovial Airports, has appointed Craig Teasdale vice president of operations

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