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Record breaking October for London Luton Airport

Over one million passengers passed through London Luton Airport (LLA) in October taking it past 12 million passengers in 12 months for the first time in its 77 year history.

Taiwan Taoyuan reveals unique method for ridding site of fire ants

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TTIA) has come up with a truly unique and environmentally friendly way of ridding the airport site of red fire ants – using beagles and potato chips!

New Italian style coffee shop opens at Melbourne Airport

A new Italian style coffee shop has opened in Melbourne Airport's Terminal 4 that is set to tempt passengers with its selection of drinks, cakes and ice creams.

Warsaw Chopin ready for the snow and ice of winter

Warsaw Chopin Airport has officially declared itself ready for the cold Polish winter by unveiling its modern fleet of snow and ice clearing equipment.

Lost & found items to go under the hammer at Sydney Airport

What does a sleep apnoea machine, microwave, baby strollers, a Chinese tea set, sewing machine, vintage telephone and an assortment of musical instruments all have in common?

Nacala International Airport's terminal up for design award

The passenger terminal at Mozambique's new Nacala International Airport has been shortlisted for a prize in the African Property Awards for 2015/16.

Lots to learn at Investing in Airports – Economic Oversight and Regulation Conference

Have you booked your place yet for next month's ACI/ICAO organised Investing in Airports – Economic Oversight and Regulation Conference in Delhi, India?

Back to the future

InterVISTAS Solomon Wong considers the potential impact of US Preclearance changes and argues that the new vision is rooted in an old concept.

NASA to support Ellington Airport's planned new spaceport

Houston Airport System (HAS) and NASA today signed an agreement that will allow the new commercial spaceport developing at Ellington Airport (EFD) to tap into the federal space agency’s assets and expertise, expanding the possibilities for the growing commercial spaceflight industry.

Long serving SITA CEO, Francesco Violante, to leave in 2016

SITA today announced that CEO, Francesco Violante, will step down in the second half of 2016 after more than 13 years at the helm.

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