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Tulsa opens the north end of new Concourse A

Passengers flying from Tulsa International Airport on American Airlines will now enjoy newly renovated facilities with the opening of the north end of Concourse A.

Wayfinding study to be undertaken at Singapore Changi

Singapore Changi Airport has selected Gresham, Smith and Partners to provide wayfinding and environmental graphic design services.

Sydney expands airport ambassador programme

Sydney Airport has expanded its airport ambassador programme and have unveiled a fresh new look to the initiative.

Fast track

Steve Riano reflects on the basic requirements of a good airport rail link, the challenges posed setting them up and the progress of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.

Athens supporting campaign for return of historic sculptures

Passengers and visitors to Athens International Airport are being invited to “vote” on the return of the Parthenon Sculptures to Greece.

Tampa breaks ground on expansion project

Tampa International Airport has celebrated the ground-breaking of its $943 million (€759 million) master plan expansion project.

New art exhibition goes on display at Denver

Denver International Airport (DIA) is exhibiting a temporary art display of photographs taken over the past “45 years in Colorado” by local snapper Barbara Gal.

Giant inflatable aircraft hangar installed at Budapest

The unusual sight of a giant inflatable aircraft hangar, which allows indoor parking of an A320 or Boeing 737 can be seen at Budapest Airport.

Tampa to have new APM system built

Tampa International Airport has ordered the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) automated people mover (APM) system.

Warsaw Chopin has its busiest ever October

Warsaw Chopin Airport had its busiest ever October – welcoming more than 917,000 passengers, an increase of 8.5% on the same month last year.

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