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WFS wins three-year Phoenix contract

Air France KLM has extended its strategic partnership with ground handler Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) in North America

Finavia opens direct line to Lapland

Finnish airport operator Finavia has launched a phone line allowing callers in Düsseldorf to listen to the sounds of Lapland

Avolta and utu launch VAT scheme

The programme will maximise duty-free shopping opportunities by enhancing the VAT refund process at Milan’s Malpensa and Linate airports

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Air cargo: how IT is lightening the load

Air cargo stakeholders continue to drive digitalisation. What are its benefits and how are they being harnessed, Mark Broadbent asks

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Robots: Airports benefit from automation

Robots are at the heart of today’s airports. Tom Batchelor reports on the latest innovations and the ever-growing range of applications

SFO runway project beats the clock

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has announced that its taxiway improvement project is ahead of schedule

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Goldhofer boosts its LINK telemetry solution

Oliver Noack explains how Goldhofer has improved its LINK telemetry system, boosting its functionality and making it more flexible than ever

BNE to welcome top chefs

A revolving roster of top Australian chefs arrives at Brisbane Airport soon, as new dining concept The Independent prepares to launch

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Amadeus: How tech can improve airport ops

Abhishek Krishna of Amadeus explains how airports can improve operational outcomes by harnessing new technology

NSW budget drives WSI road access

The 2024-25 NSW budget includes more than A$1bn for roads connecting Western Sydney International Airport and Bradfield City Centre

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CPK’s project giants revealed

Centralny Port Komunikacyjny is in the process of selecting and signing contracts with key suppliers connected to the construction of CPK airport

CPK: meeting air transport demands

There are a number of economic factors behind the construction of Poland’s new Solidarity Airport, not least the growth of air transport in Poland

CPK appoints master civil engineer

Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has finalised one of the four key tenders related to the construction of the CPK Airport project in Poland

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