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BLOG: Enhancing the passenger experience with accessibility

Head of marketing at Tensator, Joanne Turner, explores the importance of enabling accessibility for all within the busy airport environment.  

Fraport Group aims to cut CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030

Fraport has set itself the ambtious target of lowering CO2 emissions across the group's fully-consolidated companies by 50% to around 125,000 tonnes by 2030.

Roxy Limited awarded retail/F&B and entertainment contract at Hong Kong's SKYCITY

Roxy Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of New World Development Company Limited, has been awarded the contract to develop and manage "a world-class destination commercial development" in Hong Kong International Airport's SKYCITY.

London Stansted's 'transformation' project celebrates new milestone

London Stansted Airport’s £600 million transformation project reached its latest milestone yesterday when the first section of a new check-in area opened to passengers.

Operator of Terminal 4 at New York-JFK names new CEO

JFK International Air Terminal, LLC (JFKIAT), the operator of Terminal 4 at New York's John F Kennedy International Airport has a new CEO, Dutchman, Roel Huinink.

Passenger numbers on the rise at Oakland International Airport

New long-haul flights – both domestic and international – combined with strong demand led to a 6% rise in passenger numbers at Oakland International Airport’s (OAK) this March.

WestJet launches services between Halifax and London Gatwick

WestJet today officially launched services between Halifax-Stanfield International Airport in Canada and and London Gatwick in the UK. 

Oslo Airport welcomes original work of art by Edvard Munch

Original works of art from arguably Norway's most famous artist, Edvard Munch, will be on display at Oslo Airport for the next decade after operator, Avinor, persuaded the Munch Museum to temporarily share some of its masterpieces.

BLOG: Spotlight on airport lighting

Historically, many airports have regarded lighting as nothing more than a legacy burden, an annual drain on costs that was too expensive and disruptive to tackle, writes Darren Riva.

Budapest Airport becomes latest gateway to become carbon neutral

Budapest Airport has demonstrated its green credentials by achieving 'carbon neutrailty' status in ACI's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.

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