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Nacala International Airport opened by Mozambique president

The President of Mozambique Armando Guebuza, cut the ribbon to officially open Nacala International Airport on Saturday.

Independent inquiry into UK air traffic control failure

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and National Air Traffic Services (NATS) have launched an independent inquiry following the disruption caused by the failure in air traffic management systems on Friday afternoon.

EU ground handling services plans could be scrapped

The new European Commission may shelve plans to open up airport ground handling services at gateways to more competition after criticism from airports, reports claim.

Louis Vuitton opens first European airport store at Heathrow's T5

Iconic fashion brand Louis Vuitton opened its first European airport store at Heathrow Terminal 5 today - and becomes the latest designer to open a store at the world's third busiest gateway.

1.5% drop in passenger volume in November at Vienna Airport

The number of passengers handled by Vienna Airport was down by 1.5% in November 2014 compared to November 2013, declining to a total of 1,622,568 passengers, operator Flughafen Wien AG has reported.

London City Airport releases Christmas campaign film

London City Airport has been inviting passengers to send Christmas messages across the miles to friends and family overseas in its Across the Miles at Christmas campaign.

Ground broken on Lyon-Saint Exupéry development project

Ground was broken and the wine was flowing at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport on Friday as the first stone was laid for the future Terminal 1 project that once complete will transform the gateway and provide an improved passenger experience and boost traffic.

Q&A: London Luton chairman Clive Condie

London Luton Airport has launched the start of its £100 million (€126 million) transformation programme by unveiling a new brand identity.

Avinor airports traffic falls slightly in November

The number of passengers who travelled to and from Avinor's airports in November fell slightly compared with the same month last year.

CARGO December 15, 2014

Baggage tales

Baggage tales

Advancements in RFID technology, new 2D barcodes and mobile tablets are just some of the ways IT is helping transform baggage handling at airports, writes Kim Madsen.

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