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ACI Asia-Pacific reports 3.5% traffic growth in July

ACI Asia-Pacific has reported that the region recorded a 3.5% increase in passenger traffic in July compared to the same month in 2013.

Revamped JR/Duty Free stores open at Darwin

International passengers arriving at Darwin International Airport will now be greeted by a larger and redesigned duty free stores.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to transform Departure Lounge 2

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has launched a complete renovation project of Departure Lounge 2, which it says is part of its strategy of “investing in quality and passenger comfort”.

Airport Authority Hong Kong welcomes expansion endorsement

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) says it welcomes the recommendation made by an environmental council to expand Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) into a three-runway system (3RS) with conditions.

SSP to open new outlets at Shanghai Pudong

F&B operator SSP has agreed a contract to run two new outlets at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

Innovative grocery service launched at Helsinki Airport

Travellers arriving at Helsinki Airport’s Terminal 2 can now order their groceries to be delivered to the arrivals hall ready for when they pass through customs.

North American airports join global bid to reduce carbon emissions

ACI-North America has joined aviation's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme and, with ACI’s Latin America & Caribbean region set to follow in November, the industry’s pioneering scheme to reduce its CO2 emissions will become truly global by the end of its fifth year.

TAV Airports purchases 40% of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen

TAV Airports has signed a share purchase agreement with Limak Group for the acquisition of 40% shares of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport.

Native American exhibition returns to Denver International

Spirit of the People: A Native American Exhibition, whihc proved a hit with passengers, has returned for permanent display in Denver International Airport’s Jeppesen Terminal on Level 5.

Study finds economic value of Toronto Pearson International

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has released findings of a study it says “quantifies the economic value” of Toronto Pearson International to the local and Ontario economies.

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