Moscow–Sheremetyevo and Helsinki are the latest gateways to report handling record passenger numbers in 2014.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron visited Edinburgh Airport this afternoon as it announced a new £50 million airside investment programme.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy officially opened the country’s newest commercial airport Andorra-La Seu d’Urgell Airport in Catalonia on January 8, 2015.
UK airports and airlines are being urged to bid for government funding of up to €22.8 million in the next year to help launch new routes.
Toronto Pearson International Airport has a new F&B concession after Twist by Roger Mooking opened, and it marks the ongoing upgrades of dining at the Canadian gateway.
Orlando International Airport has launched a raft of major projects designed to “enhance operational efficiency, accommodate sustainable growth and expand accessibility”, which are set to commence early in 2015.
Up to one million tonnes of aviation related CO2 is now being saved each year, according to figures released by UK air traffic services company, NATS.
Chattanooga Airport officials have announced the regional gateway saw “tremendous” customer growth in 2014, with a record-breaking 352,459 total passengers for the year, a 14% increase over 2013.
ACI’s deputy director general, Michael Rossell, reflects on improving the passenger experience with Smart Security and the growing need for cyber security.
The winner of the tender for the prestigious contract to manage duty free shops at Istanbul’s new airport has been named as Unifree Duty Free.