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Budapest Airport continues to set traffic records during record breaking year

Budapest Airport is set for another record breaking year of traffic growth after handling 12 million passengers in the 11 months ending November 30.

New IT report explores how airports can improve operational efficiency and the passenger experience

Airports need to demonstrate their ability to deliver real value to airlines in the form of improved operational efficiency, enhanced passenger experience and revenue enablement, according to a new report.

New study names MIA as the US's most 'transit accessible' gateway

Miami International Airport (MIA) has been ranked the most transit-accessible airport in America, according to a study released yesterday by transportation technology firm TransitScreen.

Glasgow Airport begins work on £1.4 million project to enhance security efficiency

Work has commenced on a £1.4 million project that Glasgow Airport believes will raise the capacity of the central search area in its main terminal by 20%.

Paris airports launch campaign to raise awareness about unattended luggage

Groupe ADP has launched a campaign to make passengers more aware of the significant impact unattended luggage can have on airport operations after 400 flights were delayed at Paris CDG in the first nine months of the year due to unclaimed bags.

Miss World makes flying visit to Hyderabad's Ranjiv Gandhi International Airport

India's newly crowned Miss World, Manushi Chhillar, received a superstar's welcome at Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.

Security pass

Dr Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey reflect on airport security and its impact on passengers.

US firms land $44 billion in orders from UAE companies at Dubai Airshow

US companies were the big winners at the 2017 Dubai Airshow as UAE customers placed more than $44 billion in new orders for commercial aircraft and defense-related equipment and services.

Traffic continues to rise at Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport

Amman's Queen Alia International Airport has recorded five consecutive months of traffic growth after handling 599,683 passengers in October – a rise of 12.6% on the corresponding period a year ago.

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