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Explore the latest news and features by our world-class aviation journalists. 

Kiewit wins award for COS taxiway work

Kiewit Infrastructure has been recognised by the National Asphalt Pavement Association for its work at Colorado Springs Airport 

Menzies and Eurus Express sign JV MoU

Menzies Aviation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hong Kong and Shenzhen-headquartered logistics company Eurus Express

MoU paves the way for Nordic hydrogen aviation

Airbus,  Avinor and partners will investigate the feasibility of a hydrogen infrastructure at airports in Sweden and Norway

Tallinn and Maru sign cargo terminal deal

Tallinn Airport City and Maru Construction have signed a contract for the design and construction of a cargo terminal

dnata boosts eco efforts at Schiphol

Global air and travel services provider dnata has taken delivery of 15 electric smart cars at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS)

Italian AAM plans take next step

ITA Airways, Airbus, UrbanV and Enel are partnering to promote and develop the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) ecosystem in Italy

Cranfield upgrades radar after three decades

Cranfield Airport is constructing a new radar surveillance system, which will be the first on-site radar facility in 30 years

Changi trials Aurrigo autonomous vehicle

Changi Airport Group  and Aurrigo International are testing the latest version of the Auto-DollyTug electric-powered autonomous vehicle

Phnom Penh passes green milestone

The Cambodian airport has won Level 3 accreditation from the Airports Council International

Amadeus acquires Vision-Box 

The acquisition will bring new capabilities around biometrics hardware and software, adding border control solutions to the Amadeus portfolio

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