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NEWS December 23, 2010

SNC-Lavalin to transform former military airfield

SNC-Lavalin has been awarded a contract to operate and convert the former Toulouse-Francazal military airfield into a hub for business aviation.

NEWS December 23, 2010

Good November for Port Columbus

Nearly 35,000 additional passengers used Port Columbus International Airport in November compared to the previous year, marking the most significant increase in monthly activity in 2010.

NEWS December 22, 2010

Munich to open new satellite terminal in 2015



Munich Airport has announced plans to boost Terminal 2’s capacity by opening a new €650 million satellite building in 2015.

NEWS December 21, 2010

New five-star hotel for Warsaw Chopin



Warsaw Chopin Airport has confirmed that it will open a five-star Marriott Renaissance hotel in 2013.

NEWS December 21, 2010

DFW ready for the 45th Super Bowl



It may still be a few months away, but Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is already ready for the 45th Super Bowl at the nearby Dallas Cowboys stadium after opening its new $3 million corporate jet facility.

NEWS December 20, 2010

Leeds Bradford holds charity carol concert



Leed Bradford International Airport's commercial director, Tony Hallwood (yellow tie), and chaplain, reverend Nick Baker (right), helped entertain passengers at the UK gateway this morning during a carol concert for charity.

NEWS December 20, 2010

Real estate rewards for airports

Real estate development was the fastest growing source of non-aeronautical revenue in 2009 and helped protect the bottom of many airports facing a difficult year, according to the 2010 ACI Economics Survey.

NEWS December 20, 2010

New sculpture for Raleigh Durham




Raleigh-Durham Airport has unveiled the new centerpiece attraction of its newly opened Terminal 2 – a sculpture, called Triplet, by artist Ed Carpenter.

NEWS December 17, 2010

New passenger processing facilities for Helsinki Airport



Helsinki Airport’s ongoing upgrade continues with the opening of a revamped shopping area and new border control kiosks equipped with biometric technology.

NEWS December 17, 2010

Seafood freighters prepare to leave Halifax



Tonnes of Nova Scotia seafood will be shipped overseas again this holiday season via Halifax International Airport as numerous freighters transport fresh lobster to Europe and Asia over the next 10 days.

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