Aviation Media Logo

Sydney unveils Australia's first airport electric bus

Sydney Airport today reaffirmed its green credentials by unveiling Australia's first eletric airport bus.

World's busiest airport reports lowest security wait times in seven years

The world's busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, has announced its lowest security wait times in seven years after processing 96% of the passengers using its main checkpoint in under 20 minutes during the month of July.

Nice Côte d'Azur Airport achieves carbon neutrality two years earlier than expected

Nice Côte d'Azur Airport has become the first carbon neutral gateway in France and the 25th in the world.

Project Watch - Calgary International Airport

The gateway’s new International Terminal Building (ITB) is set to open later this year.

Vilnius Airport's runway reconstruction project to go ahead in 2017

Vilnius Airport has confirmed that its runway reconstruction project will cost around €25 million and go-ahead in the summer of 2017 as planned.

Copenhagen Airport planning to enhance the capacity of its baggage handling system

Copenhagen Airport is looking to upgrade its baggage handling system by extending two conveyors in a project that will also create an extra 500sqm of space for passengers.

Angel wings art installation at Los Angeles International Airport

Los Angeles World Airports and Westfield have teamed up with the Global Angel Wings Project to engage travellers this summer through a unique, artwork painted live at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal.

Heathrow invests in new noise monitoring equipment

Heathrow has selected Brüel & Kjær to deliver, install and service 50 new noise monitoring terminals at and around the UK's busiest gateway.

Heinemann's duty free offerings at Sydney Airport win design award

Heinemann's duty free offering in Sydney Airport’s international terminal have won a gold award at the 2016 Sydney Design Awards and Summit for the Interior Design – Retail category.

Auckland Airport adding a heliport to cater to high-end tourists

Construction is at an advanced stage on a new helicopter terminal and hangar at Auckland Airport that is expected to cater to the airport’s growing number of affluent and adventure-seeking passengers.

Get the Airport World Newsletter!

Email
FIRST NAME
LAST NAME
Follow us on Twitter

peoples are following