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LAX is key economic generator for city of Los Angeles – new report

A new economic report in Los Angeles has confirmed what we all knew already – that LAX is a massive generator of jobs and income for the city and entire region.

Singapore Changi trialling new computed tomography (CT) security screening technology

Singapore Changi is conducting trials of new 3D screening technologies that if successful could mean that passengers no longer have to remove laptops and other electronic devices from baggage at security checkpoints. 

SFO and Winnipeg gain airport carbon accreditation certification

Aviation's voluntary carbon accreditation mitigation programme continues to grow in popularity in North America with San Francisco and Winnipeg the latest airports to be certified under the initiative.

New Zealand's Queenstown Airport ready, willing and able to handle night flights

Queenstown Airport is ready to receive night flights from the end of April following the completion of a runway and airfield lighting upgrade.

Dubai World Central (DWC) handles one millionth tonne of cargo

Dubai's new mega hub in the making, Dubai World Central–Al-Maktoum International Airport (DWC), passed another milestone this week when it handled its millionth tonne of cargo.

People Matter - Nurturing talent

Terri Morrissey and Dr Richard Plenty provide their thoughts on: Entrepreneurial spirit and innovation.

Donegal Airport in Ireland.

What do Malta, Nice Côte d’Azur, Queenstown, Barra, Saba, Billy Bishop Toronto City, Donegal, St Maarten, LAX and London City airports all have in common?

Subsidiary of UK's CAA to help Thailand improve ICAO compliance

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has appointed the advisory arm of the UK's Civil Aviation Authority to help strengthen its aviation safety oversight and compliance with ICAO.

A third of Brits won't fly more than five hours – new travel survey

If the latest research is to be believed, a third of all Brits refuse to travel anywhere that involves a flight of more than five hours and 97% would welcome the return of supersonic passenger jets like Concorde.

New president for ACI Asia-Pacific after busy first day at annual Regional Conference

Sydney Airport's CEO, Kerrie Mather, is the new president of ACI Asia-Pacific with immediate effect, succeeding the retiring Dennis Chant.

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