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Conflicting July figures for Denver

For the second consecutive month, Denver International Airport (DIA) has reported a double-digit increase in international passenger traffic, although figures have suffered elsewhere.

JAL scents an opportunity in unique lounge fragrances

Passengers at Tokyo and Sapporo airports will soon catch the first whiff of Japan Airlines’ bid to grab flyers by the nose.

TSA expands Pre✓ to 100 airports

The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will implement its expedited screening programme to 60 additional airports by the end of the year.

Order of the day

Leah Blackman discusses the reinvention of the airport dining experience in the US over the last decade.

Boston Logan improves with new facilities

The Massachusetts Port Authority and its partners are making a series of changes throughout September at Boston Logan International Airport.

TIACA tells ICAO: “It’s time to make history”

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) wants ICAO members to agree to a global solution for aviation carbon emissions at the organisation’s Assembly in Montréal later this month.

NEWS September 4, 2013

Europe’s July traffic was “underwhelming”

Trade body ACI Europe has released its traffic report for July, showing tepid growth across the region.

Abu Dhabi sees 4.8% traffic increase in July

Airport operator Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has released the international airport’s (AUH) traffic report for July 2013.

NEWS September 4, 2013

Aviation supports 26.8m APEC jobs

ATAG has released a report showing that aviation supports 26.8m jobs and $1.1tn in GDP across the 21 economies in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) region.

A map showing the permitted hunting zones in green on Pittsburgh International Airport property.

The Allegheny County Airport Authority announced a pilot programme for archery-only hunting in designated zones on Pittsburgh International property.

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