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Philippines to upgrade airports to boost tourism

The Philippine government plans to upgrade 12 airports including Manila's ageing central international airport, according to reports.

NEWS March 20, 2014

Report finds freight traffic needs hub airports

A report released by the Freight Transport Association (FTA) says there is a value of hub airports to freight and the UK economy.

NEWS March 20, 2014

Government keeps Brisbane Airport curfew free

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has welcomed the Australian government's decision to keep Brisbane Airport curfew free.

NEWS March 20, 2014

Continued financial improvement at Toronto International

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has reported a revenue for 2013 of C$1.1 billion (€709 million).

NEWS March 20, 2014

Former US secretary of state takes on advisory role at Ghafari Associates

Ghafari Associates has engaged former US department of transportation secretary Ray LaHood in an advisory role.

Manston Airport holding consultation over possible closure

Manston Airport in Kent is holding a consultation over the possible closure of the struggling airport.

Family affair

How can Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport compete against the giants on its doorstep – Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo? Justin Burns investigates.

NEWS March 19, 2014

Brazil airport renovations for World Cup behind schedule

Renovations at three major airports in Brazil for the 2014 World Cup were behind schedule in January, according to reports.

Reform of APD announced in UK Budget

UK Chancellor George Osborne has today announced in his 2014 Budget a reform of Air Passenger Duty (APD), which has been welcomed by some in the industry.

NEWS March 19, 2014

Carbon emissions saving project unveiled at Seattle-Tacoma

An eco project to save airlines millions in fuel and reduce greenhouse carbon emissions was unveiled at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport yesterday.

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