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NEWS October 7, 2010

Sweet treats at Irish airports



The opening of new confectionary shops at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports by Irish TV chef, cook and author Rachel Allen has given passengers with a sweet tooth an extra incentive to visit the Emerald Isle....

NEWS October 6, 2010

Global passenger traffic continues to rise

Despite international traffic growth slowing in August, passenger throughput at the world’s airports is still on target to rise by up to 5% in 2010, according to the latest ACI traffic figures...

NEWS October 6, 2010

Good times at Kurumoch International Airport

Kurumoch International Airport in Russia has become one of the first gateways in the world to reveal its September traffic statistics, and it makes for good reading...

PASSENGER SERVICES October 6, 2010

Terminal man



Airport World talks to university lecturer, Dr Damian O’Doherty, who has given up a year of his life to live at Manchester Airport as part of a social experiment designed to explore emergent communities and possible new ways of living together.

NEWS October 5, 2010

Traffic up at Austin-Bergstrom

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport welcomed 761,086 passengers in August – a rise of 2.5% on the same month a year ago.

NEWS October 4, 2010

New York's Stewart International Airport to be upgraded

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) has demonstrated its commitment to Stewart International Airport by unveiling plans for a $2 million upgrade and a new package of incentives for airlines....

NEWS October 2, 2010

BAA to sell stake in Italian airport

BAA will effectively end its status as a global airport operator if the €150 million sale of its controlling interest in Naples Airport is rubber stamped in the next few weeks...

 

NEWS October 1, 2010

Copenhagen Airport CEO resigns

Brian Petersen has decided to step down from the role of CEO of Copenhagen Airports A/S after 3½ years in the hot seat...

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...

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