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NEWS October 1, 2010

Toronto lowers its fees

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has announced that it is to “enhance Toronto Pearson’s competitive position” by reducing or freezing its fees in 2011...

NEWS October 1, 2010

London City Airport shortlisted for economic regeneration award


London City Airport has been shortlisted for an Economic Regeneration Award from the Lord Mayor of the City of London for an initiative designed to try and help unemployed local people back to work...

NEWS October 1, 2010

Helsinki gets arty


Visitors to Helsinki–Vantaa will be able to visit a unique exhibition by American aviation photographer, Carolyn Russo, from Monday...

ENVIRONMENT October 1, 2010

Weatherwatch

Weatherwatch



Changing weather patterns potentially pose a threat to the long-term future of the world’s airports, writes Doug Johnson.

NEWS September 30, 2010

Berlin's big plans



Work has begun on the creation of a 16-hectare airport city at Berlin Brandenburg International Airport – two years ahead of the gateway’s planned 2012 opening...

NEWS September 30, 2010

Tampa names new CEO

Tampa International Airport has ended its search for a new CEO by naming Joseph Lopano as the successor to Louis Miller, who quit earlier this year and has since been appointed boss of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport....

NEWS September 29, 2010

Eventful year for Christchurch

Christchurch International Airport handled a record six million passengers and made a net profit of NZ$26.8 million in its financial year ending June 30, 2010, reveals chairman David Mackenzie...

NEWS September 29, 2010

Golden days for Dubai



Dubai International Airport (DXB) will reach a major milestone tomorrow when it celebrates its 50th anniversary...

NEWS September 28, 2010

New Sacramento concessionaires

Sacramento International Airport’s Central Terminal B is set to boast four food and beverage concessionaires when it opens in late 2011 – SSP America, Host International, Famiglia-DeBartolo LLC and Taste Inc...

NEWS September 28, 2010

Italy to axe full-body scanners?

Italy is set to become one of the first country's in the world to abandon the use of full-body scanners after prolonged trials proved unsuccessful, according to Italian media reports...

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