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Queenstown begins work on airfield improvement programme

Queenstown Airport is starting work on a NZ$17 million series of major airfield infrastructure improvements designed to pave the way for evening flights in winter 2016 and improve overall safety and efficiency of operations.

OTHER ARTICLES November 2, 2015

Heady Days

Heady Days

The recent ACI Latin America-Caribbean/World Annual General Assembly, Conference & Exhibition more than lived up to expectations, writes Joe Bates.

Airport investment in IT to rise to $8.7 billion this year

Despite investment in IT at Europe's airports lagging behind the rest of the world, overall investment in IT at gateways across the planet continues to rise and is set to hit $8.7 billion in 2015, according to the latest Airport IT Trends Survey.

Salt Lake City unveils designs of its planned new $1.8 billion terminal

Salt Lake City International Airport has unveiled the designs of its planned new $1.8 billion terminal.

Christchurch Airport looks to build new hotel to cope with rising demand

Rising passenger numbers through Christchurch Airport and strong tourism growth forecasts are prompting the airport to begin work on a second hotel on the campus to complement the newly upgraded Sudima Hotel.

Singapore Changi enjoys record breaking Q3 of 2015

Singapore Changi Airport handled 4.42 million passengers in September 2015, an increase of 4% year-on-year.

Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum (DWC) welcomes flights by flydubai

Dubai World Central–Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) continues to grow and evolve, yesterday welcoming the launch of services by flydubai.

Heathrow wins enviro award for its fleet of electric vehicles

Heathrow’s vehicle fleet, energy use, and public transport networks have all been singled out as the best in the industry by media awards this month.

Lagardère Travel Retail's take over of Paradies – a done deal

Lagardère Travel Retail has completed the acquisition of leading North American airport retail and F&B operator, Paradies, after receiving all the required authorisations.

New celebrity chef restaurant opens at Washington National

Award-winning celebrity chef and restaurateur Mike Isabella’s coastal-inspired Greek dishes are now available to travellers at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport's Kapnos Taverna.

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