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Oliver Clark discovers more about the daily events, concerts and numerous art and cultural attractions that help make Incheon Airport one of the most passenger friendly gateways on the planet.

NEWS May 23, 2011

Ellington International Airport to become spaceport

Houston Airport System is set to transform Ellington International Airport into a ‘spaceport’ for wealthy passengers who want to travel into space.

NEWS May 23, 2011

Free WiFi at Norwegian airports

Norwegian airport operator, Avinor, has announced that it will introduce free WiFi at the country's gateways from June 1.

NEWS May 23, 2011

Japanese earthquake impacts on Hong Kong cargo traffic

Hong Kong has become the latest gateway to report strong passenger growth in April, although it was not all good news for the airport which saw cargo tonnage drop 6.5% during the month, the decline partially due to the impact of the Japanese earthquakes.

NEWS May 20, 2011

Aéroports de Paris unveils nine new fast track border control stations


To simplify border control, Aéroports de Paris  (ADP) has opened nine dedicated fast track immigration lanes at Charles De Gaulle and Orly.

NEWS May 20, 2011

Houston's Mario Diaz urges airports to think outside the box



Airports in the US must ‘think outside the box’ and reposition themselves if they are to weather changes in airline services caused by a number of mergers and consolidations in the industry, according to Mario Diaz, aviation director of Houston Airport System (HAS).

NEWS May 20, 2011

Ben-Gurion International gets new runway safety system


Tel Aviv–Ben Gurion International Airport is to enhance runway safety through the installation of a state-of-the-art Foreign Objects Debris (FOD) detection system.

NEWS May 19, 2011

Sheremetyevo International to get new cargo terminal



Lufthansa Consulting has been awarded the contract to plan a new state-of-the-art cargo terminal at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport.

NEWS May 19, 2011

Massport appoints interim CEO


The Massport Board has named chief legal counsel, David Mackey, as its new interim CEO to replace Thomas Kinton from next month.

NEWS May 19, 2011

Scotland determined to axe its tax

Scotland says it wants to scrap the Air Passenger Duty (APD) to ensure its air services remain competitive within Europe, while easyJet is battling the hated tax by launching a high-profile campaign and lobbying Members of Parliament (MPs), writes Lucy Siebert.

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