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carbon accreditation certification proves Brisbane Airport's 'green' credentials

Brisbane Airport Corporation’s continued efforts in managing its carbon emissions have been officially recognised by Airports Council International (ACI) with Brisbane Airport (BNE) now certified as Airport Carbon Accredited at Level 3 (Optimisation). 

Traffic on the rise across Lithuania's airports

A record 4.2 million passengers passed through Lithuania's three major gateways of Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga last year.

Dublin Airport planning to hire 180 new staff to cope with record breaking growth

Dublin Airport is looking to hire 180 new staff to help it cope with growing passenger numbers that topped 25 million last year.

Rio de Janeiro–Tom Jobim's new South Pier set to open in April

Rio de Janeiro's Tom Jobim International Airport is on target to open its South Pier this April – four months ahead of the start of the 2016 Olympic Games.

IT January 18, 2016

Enabling growth

Enabling growth

SITA’s Matthys Serfontein reflects on the evolution of airport IT and considers what the future might hold for new technology at the world’s gateways.

Images courtesy of Denver International Airport.

Denver’s customer service teams arguably have the coolest uniforms of any airport on the planet after the launch of a sporty new-look this year.

Year of records for Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) hit new heights in 2015 handling more passengers, fights and cargo than ever before.

Frankfurt Airport handles a record 61 million passengers in 2015

Frankfurt today became the latest airport to reveal that it set a new traffic record in 2015 – handling more than 60 million passengers for the first time in a calendar year.

Free yoga rooms opened at Frankfurt Airport

A place to exercise and relax are not words normally associated with the world's airports, but they could be used to describe Frankfurt Airport from this week following the opening of its new yoga rooms.

Finland's airports welcome more than 20 million passengers for the first time

Helsinki Airport handled a record 16.4 million passengers in 2015 as more than 20mppa passed through Finland's gateways for the first time in a calendar year.

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