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Istanbul New Airport hires Incheon and Copenhagen airports as consultants

Incheon and Copenhagen airports are to act as operational consultants to IGA Havalimani İşletmesi AS (IGA), which will build and operate Istanbul's new €10.2 billion gateway to the world.

Carbon 'neutrality' status demonstrates Oslo Airport's green credentials

Oslo Airport has demonstrated its green credentials by achieving Level 3+ Neutrality status in ACI's voluntary Airport Carbon Accrediation programme. 

Watching brief

Airport World reports on the trial, development and installation of a handful of new security technologies.

London Luton looking for a charity partner for 2016

London Luton Airport (LLA) is inviting applications from charities to become its official charity partner. 

Brisbane Airport unveils bold plans for new Auto Mall

Brisbane Airport is seeking Expressions of Interest for a Joint Venture Partner to help realise its new vision for Airport Central – an all-encompassing automotive precinct with dealerships, servicing, offices and associated retail all in the one convenient location.

Giant new art sculpture at Boston Logan

Boston Logan International Airport today unveiled a huge new sculpture which it claims captures the 'liveliness, energy and excitement" of Terminal B. 

Denver's new Westin Hotel to open in November

Denver International Airport has announced that its new Westin hotel will officially open on November 19.

On the case

New installations, contract wins, reports and the launch of a hybrid luggage drop system have ensured a busy few months for airport baggage handlers and technology suppliers.

Blog: Are airports missing a trick by failing to embrace intelligent data?

Budgets within the aviation industry are seemingly getting smaller and 70% of the world’s airports fail to make profit, writes Kristian Budolfsen. But given than flying has never been so popular, surely something isn’t adding up?

London City Airport not giving up on master plan rejected by Boris Johnson

London City Airport (LCY) has begun work on a project to reconfigure its Western Pier, and vowed to fight to overturn the Mayor of London's decision to reject its £200 million master plan that would have allowed it to handle an extra 40,000 flights yearly.

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