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RETAIL/F&B October 11, 2016

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Robbie Gill, managing director of The Design Solution, explains why he believes that every airport needs to express a ‘sense of place’.

Princess Juliana International Airport opens new self-service eGates

Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) has enhanced its growing reputation as a regional pioneer in the adoption of new technology with the installation of six self-service eGates for departing passengers.

Heathrow unveils new 'Garden Gate' green initiative

Feast your eyes on Heathrow’s new ‘Garden Gate’, a green wall comprising 1,680 plants that include the English native Ivy and Peace Lily by Gate 25 in Terminal 3.

Edinburgh Airport boss welcomes new Climate Change Report

Edinburgh Airport today welcomed a report by the Climate Change Committee which shows that the Scottish Government’s 50% cut to Air Passenger Duty can be achieved without any increase in CO2 emissions.

Global investor

MAG USA CEO and president, Rosemarie Andolino, talks about the growing product portfolio of the North American subsidiary of the UK’s Manchester Airport Group.

FAA awards grant to Guam's Antonio B Won Pat International Airport

The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded Guam International Airport $5.8 million in grants to fund five different projects.

ICAO backs aviation's call for global carbon offsetting scheme for the industry

The global aviation industry has applauded a crucial climate agreement reached by governments meeting at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) today. 

ACI signs MoU with ICAO to enhance co-operation on the environment

ACI World and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have signed a Memorandum of Understand (MOU) providing a framework for enhanced co-operation regarding environmental related initiatives.

Aircraft recycling on the agenda during Civil Aviation Week in Montréal

As part of Montréal Civil Aviation Week, Aéro Montréal, the think tank of Québec’s aerospace cluster, brought together nearly 400 participants, including students and company, government and academic representatives, for a case study competition on the development of a 100% recyclable aircraft.

Quito recognised for efforts to accommodate passengers with disabilities

Quito’s gateway to the world, Mariscal Sucre International Airport, has been officially recognised by the city for its efforts to accommodate passengers with disabilities.

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