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Asia-Pacific expected to welcome an extra 33 million foreign visitors this year

Asia-Pacific destinations are expected to welcome 33 million more foreign arrivals this year than last, according to Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) projections.

Cadbury launches chocolate promotion at London airports

Sweet toothed travellers are in for a treat at London's Stansted Airport for the next few months as free samples of Cadbury's chocolate will be on offer in the confectionery giants latest in-store promotion.

Work starts on new training campus at Brisbane Airport

Construction begins today on the new A$10 million Aviation Australia campus at Brisbane Airport, with the building contract awarded to ADCO.

New digital clock tower at Los Angeles International Airport

JCDecaux today unveiled a new Digital Clock Tower at Los Angeles International Airport's Tom Bradley International Terminal. 

Calgary's new terminal on target to open next year

Calgary International Airport’s planned new C$1.47 billion international and trans-border terminal, the biggest expansion project in the gateway’s history, is on target to open next year.

Bringing a Finnish feeling to Helsinki Airport

New F&B outlets such as the Arctic Bar and Nordic Kitchen are designed to bring more of a Finnish feel to Helsinki Airport, according to operator Finavia.

Heathrow selects Morpho Detection technology to security screen baggage

Morpho Detection is to supply 45 high-speed CTX 9800 DSiT explosive detection systems (EDS) to screen baggage at four of Heathrow's five terminals. 

Montréal–Trudeau to get 17 new restaurants over next 12 months

Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) has announced the award of two new contracts that will add 17 restaurants at the Montréal–Trudeau airport terminal over the next year.

High-tech Seattle-Tacoma recognised by US travel guide

Fodor’s Travel is highlighting Seattle-Tacoma International Airport as one of the 10 Most High-Tech Airports in the US.

Abu Dhabi Airports appoints new CEO

Abu Dhabi Airports has appointed Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei as its new CEO, succeeding Tony Douglas who announced that he was leaving earlier this year.