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dnata to support Air India return to Zurich

Global air services provider dnata has won a multi-year contract with Air India at Zurich Airport (ZRH) in Switzerland

Delhi launches trusted traveller programme

Delhi Airport has become the first airport in India to introduce the government’s new Fast Track Immigration-Trusted Traveller Programme

New JFK terminal secures Cathay flights

JFK Millennium Partners and Cathay Pacific have announced an agreement for the airline to operate from Terminal 6

Bristol Airport launches community fund

Bristol Airport has launched a new community fund to support projects and groups in the local area

VINCI completes 50.01% acquisition of EDI

VINCI Airports has finalised the acquisition of a majority shareholding (50.01 percent) in Edinburgh Airport

Menzies Aviation extends footprint at BUD

Menzies Aviation has joined forces with Airport Services Budapest to extend its ground handling, cargo and lounge services at BUD

Super battery tested at Schiphol

Schiphol has taken another step toward electrification of ground equipment with the arrival of an iron flow battery

EMA logistics park plans submitted

Plans to turn land near East Midlands Airport (EMA) into a new logistics park have taken a major step forward

Dubai Airports uses AI-powered inventory forecasting

Dubai Airports has implemented a new demand planning and forecasting initiative that is ‘transforming behind-the-scenes supply management operations’

Aena revises 2024 traffic forecast

Aena has significantly revised upwards its traffic growth estimate in its central scenario for 2024

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