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Heathrow announces procurement strategy for 'all of Britian'

Just five days after the Airports Commission recommendation that Heathrow gets a new runway, the gateway has unveiled a new procurement strategy which it claims will benefit all of Britain.

RATTs ARE NO PESTS AT LONDON CITY AIRPORT

The most punctual airport in London has introduced new technology to aid the aircraft turnaround process – RATTS!

BLOG: Shifting strategies at Chinese airports

Jared Mazzanti from the American Chamber of Commerce in China provides his thoughts on shifting strategies at Chinese airports.

DFW expects to handle around one million passengers during July 4 celebrations

Like all gateways across the US, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is bracing itself for a busy July 4 weekend, with around a million passengers expected to use its facilties between Thursday and Monday night.

Avinor introduces new ATM system for North Atlantic

The air navigation services division of Avinor has implemented a new air traffic management (ATM)-system to handle increasing enroute traffic in the North Atlantic.

Industry reaction to Airports Commission's recommendation for third runway at Heathrow

The Airports Commission today recommended that Heathrow gets a third runway to help solve the UK's capacity crunch, and within minutes of the announcement publicity machines across the nation went into overdrive either supporting or blasting the decision.

Houston's Ellington Airport gets green light to become 10th US spaceport

Houston Airport System (HAS) has been given the green light to use Ellington Airport as a spaceport.

Topeka Regional Airport to reconstruct its main runway

Topeka Regional Airport, the gateway of the capital city of Kansas, has awarded Parsons Brinckerhoff a contract for design services for the reconstruction of its main runway.

Abu Dhabi Airports achieves accreditation first for UAE gateways

Abu Dhabi Airports today announced that it has successfully achieved ISO certification for the standard of information security across all of its IT systems.

Bigger airports doesn't always mean better for passengers – Dubai Airports boss

Dubai World Central–Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) won’t be one giant hub with an ultimate capacity of an astonishing 240 million passengers per annum but 12 medium size airports each capable of accommodating 20mppa, according to Dubai Airports CEO, Paul Griffiths.

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