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London Gatwick posts impressive mid-year results

London Gatwick has delivered its mid-year results which it says are in line with expectations as a record-breaking year of performance while growth “underlines the airport’s expansion credentials”.

ENVIRONMENT November 20, 2014

All aboard

All aboard

Airport rail services are increasing as cities and governments look to improve ground transportation links and reduce the environmental impact of their gateways, writes Justin Burns.

Terminal C at Newark Liberty to be transformed

United Airlines and OTG Management have unveiled a collaboration of chefs and designers, along with leading-edge electronic payment technology at the airline’s hub at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Travelex to enter Poland with new store at Łódź

Travelex is set to enter Poland with the opening of a new store and a multi-currency ATM at Łódź Władysław Reymont Airport before the end of the year.

Signage revamped at Lyon Saint-Exupéry

The signage at Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport has been given a complete makeover to make it easier for passengers to get their bearings.

Oslo to receive regular deliveries of biofuel

Avinor's Oslo Airport will become the world's first hub to receive regular deliveries of biofuel.

Calgary to welcome new facilities in its Global Logistics Parks

Calgary International Airport (YYC) is to welcome two new state-of-the art facilities as part of a new development opportunity in its Global Logistics Parks.

Japanese firms win concession to operate Mandalay

Jalux, Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), and Myanmar’s SPA affiliated group-company Yoma Development Group Limited, have signed a concession agreement with Myanmar’s Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) to operate Mandalay International Airport for 30 years.

Flughafen Wien AG reports positive traffic and business growth

Flughafen Wien AG has reported positive traffic and business development for the first nine months of 2014.

Decision on stake in Toulouse-Blagnac to be made soon

France will make a decision on the sale of a minority stake in Toulouse-Blagnac Airport in southwestern France "in about a month", the government’s economy minister Emmanuel Macron has explained.

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