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Lithuania's airports report healthy upturn in operating results

It has been a good year so for Lithuania's airports with traffic across its three biggest gateways up by 11% in the first five months of 2015.

Brest Bretagne appoints Shell Aviation as its new aircraft fuel supplier

Brest Bretagne Airport in France has a new and exclusive aircraft fuel supplier – Shell Aviation.

Mactan Cebu to invest in more IT solutions provided by Rockwell Collins

Mactan Cebu International Airport is to invest in more Rockwell Collins/ARINC solutions in a bid to enhance the passenger experience.

Fraport agrees to sell controlling stake in cargo subsidiary to WFS

Fraport is to sell a 51% stake in its cargo subsidiary to WFS, with the deal expected to be completed in September.

Europe's roadwork planners can learn a lot about efficiency from Oslo Airport

To the chagrin of motorists, long lasting roadworks are a familar sight across Europe during the busy summer months, luckily airline passengers don't suffer the same fate as runway renovation projects have to be carried out quickly and cause the minimum of disruption to airport operations. 

Heathrow announces procurement strategy for 'all of Britian'

Just five days after the Airports Commission recommendation that Heathrow gets a new runway, the gateway has unveiled a new procurement strategy which it claims will benefit all of Britain.

RATTs ARE NO PESTS AT LONDON CITY AIRPORT

The most punctual airport in London has introduced new technology to aid the aircraft turnaround process – RATTS!

BLOG: Shifting strategies at Chinese airports

Jared Mazzanti from the American Chamber of Commerce in China provides his thoughts on shifting strategies at Chinese airports.

DFW expects to handle around one million passengers during July 4 celebrations

Like all gateways across the US, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is bracing itself for a busy July 4 weekend, with around a million passengers expected to use its facilties between Thursday and Monday night.

Avinor introduces new ATM system for North Atlantic

The air navigation services division of Avinor has implemented a new air traffic management (ATM)-system to handle increasing enroute traffic in the North Atlantic.

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