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Cochin International to deploy high-tech robotic security system

India's Cochin International Airport (CIAL) is deploying a high-tech robotic security system developed by Canadian firm Pedsco - in order to further enhance passenger safety and security.

New gas station at Halifax Stanfield International

Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA) has taken steps to ensure the availability of gasoline on its site by installing a temporary station.

Port of Seattle appoints new CEO

The Port of Seattle Commission, which operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and the seaport has selected business executive Ted Fick as its next CEO.

Azerbaijan's main hub has SITA technology installed

Heydar Aliyev International Airport’s new Terminal 1 has had IT infrastructure, passenger processing platform and airport operations systems installed by air transport technology specialist SITA.

Airport lounge operator reports summer sales surge

UK airport lounge operator No.1 Traveller has reported it has seen a sales surge this summer as travellers look to escape the "hustle and bustle" of busy gateways.

Belfast International Airport appoints new MD

Graham Keddie has been appointed as managing director of Belfast International Airport effective from September 1.

Airports in Michigan to receive federal grants

Detroit Metropolitan Airport and Willow Run Airport in the US are to both receive federal grants so they can make improvements.

ICAO conflict task force establishes a working programme and two projects

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has concluded its second two-day meeting of the Task Force on Risks to Civil Aviation arising from Conflict Zones (TF RCZ), establishing a working programme and two immediate projects.

World Duty Free stores welcome confectionery character

Families and passengers visiting World Duty Free Group (WDFG) tax and duty free stores at London airports this summer, are being greeted by a giant chocolate M&M costume character.

Denver International launches online lost and found system

In a bid to reunite more passengers with lost items, Denver International Airport has launched an online system to improve efficiency and increase the chances that lost goods are returned to their owners.

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