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Play it again Sam? Dublin Airport invites passengers to play its new piano

The Arrivals Hall in Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport is now home to a Schiller upright piano, which has been installed to encourage people of all ages and abilities to play.

Harry Potter shop lands at London Gatwick

As if by magic, London Gatwick Airport has opened its very own The Harry Potter Shop, just in time for Christmas!

Michelin star chef to open Paris Café at New York-JFK's TWA Hotel

Renowned chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, will premiere the Paris Café restaurant at the 512-room TWA Hotel at John F Kennedy International Airport, opening in spring 2019. 

BLOG: Biometrics will bring us a step closer to frictionless travel

Over the last decade, all players in the industry have been investing heavily in technology innovations that can help them deliver a frictionless travel experience for their customers, writes Gemalto's Nora Blomefield.

 Celebrating Platinum status at the 2018 NI Environmental Benchmarking Survey are Declan Cunningham, Moy Park; Laura Duggan, Environmental Manager at Belfast City Airport; Chris Conway, Translink; and David Small, Northern Ireland Environment Agency.

George Best Belfast City Airport has been awarded Platinum status – the highest scoring level – in the Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITC NI) 2018 Environmental Benchmarking Survey.

The digital transformation

John Jarrell, head of Amadeus Airport IT, reflects on the findings of a new report that explores the long-term potential of digital technologies for airports.

Munich's Kerkloh to retire at the end of 2019

Dr Michael Kerkloh, president and CEO of Munich Airport and one of aviation's biggest personalities, is to retire at the end of 2019.

Green light for terminal expansion project at Leeds Bradford Airport

A bigger and better terminal at Leeds Bradford Airport is a step nearer reality today after Leeds City Council rubber stamped its plans for a major extension to the existing facility.

Sustainable aviation fuel available at San Francisco International Airport

Shell Aviation and SkyNRG have commenced the supply of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to international airlines KLM, SAS and Finnair at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

View from the top

ACI director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the role retail/F&B concessions play in raising revenue and boosting passenger satisfaction levels.

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