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New BHS contracts at Bahrain and Moscow Sheremetyevo and Jersey's ATC tower

It has been a busy day for supplier news with Vanderlande and ALSTEF announcing new baggage handling contracts and Systems Interface winning a contract at Jersey Airport.

Scottish airports calling for 50% cut to Air Passenger Duty (APD)

Scotland's airports are urging First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to slash the Air Passenger Duty (APD) by 50% from April 2018 in a move they claim will generate an additional 4,000 jobs and bolster Scotland’s economy by an additional £1 billion.

Expand and grow

Mike Bernos reports on Juan Santamaria International Airport’s plans to ensure that its key infrastructure is equipped to keep pace with growing demand.

AGS Airports awards IT support contract for UK gateways

Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports in the UK have awarded a five-year contract to Getronics to provide support services for the new IT infrastructure they have had to set up since the break up of Heathrow Airport Holdings, formerly BAA.

Revealed – the top 10 flying superstitions of British passengers

Taking a good luck charm, reciting prayers or mantras and touching the outside of the plan upon boarding are apparently just some of the weird and wonderful superstitons of British holidaymakers, according a new travel poll.

LAX and Singapore Changi announce record traffic figures for 2015

Two of the world's most high profile gateways, Singapore Changi and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), set new traffic record in 2015, handling 55.4 million and 74.9 million passengers respectively.

Construction work starts on new Terminal 2 at Mactan Cebu in the Philippines

A concrete pouring ceremony has marked the start of the construction of the eagerly awaited new Terminal 2 at Mactan-Cebu International Airport (MCIA) in the Philippines.

Historic collaborative decision-making (CDM) agreement signed at Lisbon Airport

Lisbon Airport today became the latest gateway to sign up to collaborative decision-making (CDM) in a bid to improve its efficiency and operational performance.

Best ever year for traffic growth at Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport has become one of the first big US gateways to release its 2015 traffic figures, announcing an 8.3% rise in throughput as 44.3 million passengers used its facilities.

UK's Secretary of State for Transport praises Luton's expansion plans

The UK's Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin, has praised the £110m transformation of London Luton Airport (LLA) and the role it will play in meeting the immediate demand for air travel in London, the South East and South Midlands.

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