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The New Terminal One (NTO) at JFK

Airports International spoke to Ferrovial Airports CEO Luke Bugeja about the company’s involvement in The New Terminal One (NTO) at JFK

Tallinn replaces security equipment

Replacing the security screening equipment at Estonia's largest airport was completed a week ahead of schedule

Ljubljana deploys Assaia solution

Fraport-operated Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU) has become the latest airport to deploy Assaia’s turnaround technology

COS launches parking programme

Colorado Springs Airport has unveiled ParkCOS, a parking membership programme designed to enhance travel for frequent flyers

Consortium completes Timisoara terminal

A consortium consisting of three Romanian construction firms has built a new terminal at Timișoara Traian Vuia International Airport

Mallaghan launches new belt loader

GSE manufacturer Mallaghan has designed, developed, and introduced the SkyBelt, a new conventional belt loader

dnata wins multi-year Etihad contract

Air travel services provider dnata has won a multi-year contract with Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways in the United States

Schiphol trials self-driving buses

Two electric self-driving Ohmio buses are following a fixed route and making stops at various locations on airside at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Menzies to manage IAH fuel farm

Menzies Aviation is to manage and operate the fuel farm and hydrant fuelling system at Houston George Bush InterContinental Airport (IAH)

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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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