Hotel complex given the go ahead at Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport Corporation CEO and managing director, Julieanne Alroe, has welcomed the announcement that Brisbane Airport will get its first 5-star hotel as part of a new development.

Industry bodies condemn use of weapons against civil aviation

Industry bodies have jointly expressed their “strong condemnation” of the use of weapons against civil aviation after a special meeting was held in Canada.

Nearly 10 million passengers used Brazilian airports in World Cup

Almost 10 million passengers were handled at around 20 Brazilian airports during the 31 days of the FIFA World Cup in June and July, Brazil’s ministry of civil aviation has reported.

Miami International in top five for small business contract awarding

Miami International Airport is one of the top five US airports for awarding contracts to new small businesses, according to an audit by the US Department of Transportation’s Office of the Inspector General.

System to reduce carbon emissions being piloted in Italy

European researchers have used European Commission funding to develop a new software and sensor system that claims to reduce carbon emissions and energy costs by 20% in airports.

Traffic growth of 11.8% at Malaysia Airports

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) has reported it expects to handle passenger traffic of more than 85 million this year.

Improvements made at Leeds Bradford International

Leeds Bradford International Airport has announced a range of improvements in customer facilities and services, which all went operational today.

London City recognised for cutting carbon emissions

London City Airport has been recognised for its increasing commitment to reducing its carbon footprint by the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.

Japanese government inviting bids for Kansai airports

The Japanese government will reportedly invite bids for the operating rights for New Kansai International Airport in October.

ICAO to host conflict zone airspace meeting
A high-level meeting on risks to civilian aviation arising from conflict zones involving the key international aviation agencies will take place tomorrow.

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