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Auckland Airport recognised for its sustainability efforts

Auckland Airport continues to be recognised globally as a sustainable business, with its inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), announced yesterday, for the eighth consecutive year. 

Sydney Airport to reduce announcements in quiet terminal initiative

Sydney Airport is set to significantly reduce the number of announcements at T1 International as part of a new “quiet terminal” initiative, creating an even more relaxing environment for passengers.

Leeds Bradford unveils terminal expansion plan

Leeds Bradford Airport in the UK has unveiled plans for a three-storey extension to its terminal building, that once complete, will house a transformed international arrivals process, including immigration, baggage reclaim and customs. 

New study reveals world's busiest air routes

The 450km journey from Seoul's Gimpo Airport to the island of Jeju off of the coast of the Korean Peninsula is the the busiest passenger route in the world, according to a new study.

Cutting aircraft carbon emissions should be the top priority – new poll

Cutting aircraft carbon emissions should be the top priority for the aviation industry, according to research commissioned by air traffic service provider, NATS.

Dublin's colour coded luggage tags to remind motorists where they parked

A not insignificant 4,000 customers of Dublin Airport’s long-term car parks forgot where they had parked their car last year and needed help to find their vehicle.

New jet bridges added in Austin-Bergstrom expansion programme

Four jet bridges have been added to the nine-gate terminal expansion taking place at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Record breaking summer for London Luton Airport

London Luton Airport (LLA) welcomed 1.7 million passengers in August, a 3.1% increase on last year and the culmination of a record summer period during which almost five million passengers travelled through LLA over three months.

Mineta San Jose International Airport breaks ground on interim gates facility

Hensel Phelps Construction Company and Fentress Architects have agreed to a design-build collaboration to deliver a much-needed interim gates facility at Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)

Fraport CEO agrees to extend his contract until 2024

Fraport AG’s supervisory board today approved the early contract extension for the company’s executive board chairman (CEO), Dr Stefan Schulte.

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