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Thyssenkrup to supply a record breaking 143 boarding bridges at Istanbul New Airport

Istanbul's new €10.2 billion airport will boast 143 passenger boarding bridges (PBBs) supplied by Thyssenkrupp when it opens in 2018. 

Daifuku wins baggage handling system contract at Montréal-Trudeau

Montréal-Trudeau International Airport has awarded a Explosives Detection System (EDS) Retrofit contract for its baggage handling system to Daifuku Airport Technologies (ATec).

HMSHost completes acquisition of US airport retailer Stellar Partners

HMSHost, a part of Autogrill Group, today announced that it has finalised the purchase of all shares of travel venue retailer Stellar Partners, Inc.

Image courtesy of Arthur Ellis Photography.

No, you are not looking at the latest Abba tribute band, but some enthusiastic locals celebrating the news that Shannon Airport will get a new service to Stockholm next year.

Philippine government finally settles Manila airport compensation dispute with PIATCO

One of the longest running disputes in aviation is over after the Philippine government finally made a compensation payment to PIATCO over its decision to rip up its operating contract for Manila-Ninoy Aquino International Airport's Terminal 3 in 2004.

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Got the look

Got the look

Robbie Gill, managing director of The Design Solution, explains why he believes that every airport needs to express a ‘sense of place’.

Princess Juliana International Airport opens new self-service eGates

Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) has enhanced its growing reputation as a regional pioneer in the adoption of new technology with the installation of six self-service eGates for departing passengers.

Heathrow unveils new 'Garden Gate' green initiative

Feast your eyes on Heathrow’s new ‘Garden Gate’, a green wall comprising 1,680 plants that include the English native Ivy and Peace Lily by Gate 25 in Terminal 3.

Edinburgh Airport boss welcomes new Climate Change Report

Edinburgh Airport today welcomed a report by the Climate Change Committee which shows that the Scottish Government’s 50% cut to Air Passenger Duty can be achieved without any increase in CO2 emissions.

Global investor

MAG USA CEO and president, Rosemarie Andolino, talks about the growing product portfolio of the North American subsidiary of the UK’s Manchester Airport Group.

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