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Changes to parking begin tomorrow at Aberdeen

Changes to parking and use of the forecourt at Aberdeen International Airport will take effect at the Scottish gateway tomorrow.

Liverpool John Lennon to be documented on TV

Filming will start over the next few weeks at Liverpool John Lennon Airport soon for a new UK Channel 5 documentary series set to be called Holiday Airport, according to local reports.

Traffic growth of 11.4% in 2014 at Taoyuan

More than 35 passengers travelled through Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in 2014, which represented a growth rate of 11.4% over last year.

Amsterdam Schiphol breaks traffic record in 2014

Amsterdam Schiphol handled a record 55 million passengers in 2014, a rise of 4.6% compared to 2013.

Denver remains on pace for record-setting traffic year

Denver International Airport remains on pace for a record-setting year of passenger traffic as international traffic continued to climb and overall traveller numbers were essentially flat in November.

Sydney Airport to sponsor popular festival

Sydney Airport is joining the celebration for the fourth year running as a partner of the Sydney Festival 2015.

Montreal-Trudeau welcomes five new retail concessions

Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) has welcomed five new concessions as part of the airport’s redevelopment, which have been opened by LS travel retail North America.

Dubai Duty Free announces record sales in 2014

Dubai Duty Free has announced record sales of $1.9 billion (AED6.99 billion) at its stores for 2014, representing a 7.36% surge compared to 2013.

Amman's Queen Alia reappoints WSP as independent engineer

Amman's Queen Alia International Airport has reappointed WSP, in a joint venture with local Jordanian consultant Consolidated Consultants (CC), as independent engineer for the new €671 million passenger terminal.

Melbourne Airport set to get VIP terminal

Melbourne Airport is soon set to get its own 24-hour VIP terminal worth A$30 million (€20 million) according to reports.