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Dublin Airport invests €15 million on security upgrade

Travelling through Dublin Airport became that little bit quicker and easier today following the completion of a €15 million project to modernise the Departures Floor and Security Screening area in Terminal 1.

World in motion

New economic data from ACI shows that amidst market uncertainties, the airport industry remains resilient with greater reliance on passenger-related revenues, writes Ryan White.

Copenhagen Airports signs 'landmark' IT deal with Amadeus

Copenhagen’s airports have signed a deal with Amadeus to provide it with a range of IT solutions, in support of company’s vision to become the leading air transport hub for Northern Europe.

Foreign visitor numbers continue to soar across the Asia-Pacific region

Asia-Pacific continues to be one of the world’s most in demand destinations, with more than 455 million foreign arrivals registered across the region in 2015, according to the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).

Gatwick Airport opens its very own gin distillery

Gatwick Airport opened a restaurant with a difference today as the outlet contains its own gin distillery!

Oakland introduces new queue busting automated passport kiosks

Oakland has become the latest gateway to install Vancouver International Airport's automated passport kiosk solution for its international passengers.

World Duty Free to revamp store at Birmingham Airport

World Duty Free (WDF) has begun an extensive refurbishment of its tax and duty free store at Birmingham Airport in the UK.

Detroit Metro to introduce dedicated kerbside access areas for disabled passengers

Detroit Metropilitan Airport is to introduce dedicated area for the pick-up and drop-off of disabled passengers.

Edinburgh Airport celebrates its 100th birthday today

Edinburgh Airport is 100 years old today and is celebrating the milestone with limited edition giveaways and competitions for local school children planned in the months ahead.

Gatwick switches to new provider of ATC tower services

As planned, London Gatwick has switched to a new air traffic control services provider, replacing long time partner NATS with Air Navigation Solutions (ANS), a wholly subsidiary of Germany's DFS Group.

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