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MAHB confirms planned sale of stake in Delhi International Airport

Malaysia Airport Holdings (MAHB) has confirmed that it is to sell its entire 10% stake in Delhi International Airport operator, DIAL, to GMR Airports for around $80 million.

Perth Airport launches NZ$1 billion development programme

Perth Airport has launched a NZ$1 billion development programme that it claims will change the travel experience for passengers and visitors.

TAV's duty free subsidiary wins Houston airport concession

ATU, the largest duty free operator of Turkey, has won the tender of duty free operations management at Houston George Bush Airport in Texas, USA, for 10 years.

New app to aid passengers through the US customs and immigration process

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has become the third US gateway to introduce a mobile app designed to expedite passengers' journeys through the US arrivals process.

Finavia completes renovation of Tampere-Pirkkala's Terminal 2

Finnish airport operator, Finavia, has completed the €3 million renovation of the Tampere-Pirkkala Airport’s Terminal 2.

Gebr Heinemann acquires 60% stake in Schiphol Airport Retail

Schiphol Group and Gebr Heinemann today established a joint venture for the retail operations of liquor, tobacco and confectionary in the shopping area after ticket and passport control at Amsterdam Schiphol.

Lost luggage rates continue to decline – new report

The air transport industry has cut the rate of mishandled bags by 61.3% globally since 2007, creating $18 billion in total estimated cost savings, according to a new report.

Delivering value through IT

Constantly evolving technology presents new opportunities for airports to improve the bottom-line, writes Amadeus’ Julien Dersy.

Brisbane Airport claims world first introduction of digital departure cards

Brisbane Airport claims to be leading the way with the trial of an innovative Digital Departure Card for international passengers. 

Aviation needs to replace an entire generation of staff in the next 15 years – ICAO

ICAO secretary general, Raymond Benjamin, today warned that the aviation industry is facing the “critical challenge” of replacing an entire generation of staff and coping with a doubling of capacity over the next 15 years.