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Brussels to install net-zero heating
A new heating installation at Brussels Airport – the largest net-zero-carbon installation in Belgium – will reduce carbon emissions by 70%
GLA-led consortium to look into hydrogen
A consortium led by Glasgow Airport and Ikigai has secured Scottish Government funding to test the feasibility of an on-airport hydrogen hub
FAA approves STL's 2023 master plan
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the 2023 master plan from St Louis Lambert International Airport
Iberia and Repsol launch SAF at Bilbao
In a Spanish airport first, Iberia Airport Services and Repsol introduce 100% renewable fuel for handling activities at Bilbao
Brisbane sees biosecurity first
A traveller at Brisbane International Airport has been fined A$5,500 under Australia's tough new biosecurity laws
All Bavarian airports to have CT scanners by 2026
The Bavarian State Ministry of Transport is installing computed tomography (CT) scanners in Munich Airport’s Terminals 1 and 2
Swissport refines Nairobi cool-chain offering
Swissport has extended and upgraded its cargo centre at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO)
Canada to launch Verified Traveller programme
Canada’s Minister of Transport, Omar Alghabra, has unveiled CATSA plans for a new Verified Traveller programme, to launch on June 21
Full-depth reconstruction planned for PNE runway
Northeast Philadelphia Airport’s (PNE) Taxiway L is scheduled for full-depth reconstruction to bring it up to date and make it FAA-compliant
World Fuel and Neste strengthen SAF offer
World Fuel Services (World Fuel) and Neste have signed a new supply agreement concerning sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)
Thermo Fisher offers scalable testing solutions to help keep air travel safe.
The increase in air travel as people get back to their lives and livelihoods will require SARS-CoV-2 testing for the safety of passengers, air travel employees, and countries. Travel restrictions and testing requirements around the world change regularly and without prior notice. Safety plans are fluid and testing should be adaptable to what tomorrow may bring.
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