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'Strong' traffic growth at Copenhagen Airport continues in April

A total of 2.29 million passengers passed though Copenhagen Airport in April – a rise of 7.6% on the corresponding month a year ago.

Blog: Further delays for UK runway decision?

Although the long wait goes on for a decision from the UK government on where a new runway should be located, the last couple of weeks have seen some interesting developments, writes Tom Henderson, legal director, Bircham Dyson Bell LLP.

Gatwick opens world's largest self bag drop area

Low-cost carrier, easyJet, claims to have opened the world’s largest self-service bag drop area in London Gatwick's new-look North Terminal.

New CEO for Queenstown Airport in New Zealand

Queenstown Airport in New Zealand has a new CEO, aviation and transport infrastructure specialist, Colin Keel.

HOK's vision for the future for Heathrow.

Heathrow has asked four of the UK's leading architects to come up with a possible vision for the future for the gateway, and these are the stunning results!

'Seattle Day' in Xiamen celebrated by announcement of new route to US city

Sea-Tac, the US's fastest growing large airport for the last two years, has announced that China's Xiamen Airlines will launch direct services between Seattle and Xiamen in September.

Malta International Airport signs strategic partnership with SITA

Malta International Airport has entered into a strategic partnership with SITA in a move designed to boost its operational excellence and make it a pioneer in the use of new technology.

Montréal-Trudeau opens extension to international jetty and new commercial area

Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) today inaugurated C$350 million worth of expansions and improvements at Montréal Pierre–Elliott Trudeau International Airport.

London Luton Airport continues to set new passenger records

London Luton Airport has handlled over 13 million passengers in a 12 month period for the first time in its history.

Global Sustainable Aviation on the agenda in Montréal this week

Over 200 aviation industry, government and environmental group experts are gathering in Montréal for the Global Sustainable Aviation Forum, being held ahead of key inter-governmental aviation and climate change negotiations at ICAO later this week.

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