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NEWS April 7, 2011

Heart of glass – Lambert St. Louis unveils glass screens


Four art glass screens are to be installed later this month in concourses A and C of Lambert–St. Louis International, with five more due by the end of the summer.

NEWS April 7, 2011

SNC–Lavalin to operate and upgrade Mayotte airport


SNC–Lavalin has been awarded a 15-year concession contract to operate Dzaoudzi Pamandzi International Airport on the small French island of Mayotte in the Indian Ocean.

NEWS April 6, 2011

Winners and losers - European airport passenger numbers revealed


Madrid, Athens and Moscow are among some of Europe’s cities to have seen passenger numbers at their airports drop over the last year, whereas Munich, Istanbul and Bourgas all saw significant increases in traffic over the same period.

NEWS April 6, 2011

SITA launches ‘community cloud’ for Air Transport Industry


SITA, the air transport IT specialist, has announced plans to build a ‘community cloud’ for the air transport industry in an attempt to improve efficiencies and reduce costs.

NEWS April 5, 2011

Dubai Duty Free sales up 13% in first quarter


Sales at Dubai Duty Free reached $343 million in the first quarter of the year, representing an increase of 13% on the same period in 2010.

NEWS April 5, 2011

Denver's refinancing means bonds retain ratings



Denver International Airport’s outstanding General Airport Revenue Bonds (GARBs) have retained their ratings, as the airport plans to refinance next week.

NEWS April 5, 2011

Hartsfield-Jackson hosts conference for prospective concessionaires


A pre-proposal conference is being held today (5 April) at the Georgia International Convention Center for prospective bidders interested in a range of concession projects at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta.

NEWS April 4, 2011

Lufthansa offers kerbside check-in at Detroit


Lufthansa has launched kerbside check-in for Business and First Class passengers travelling from Detroit to Frankfurt.

NEWS April 4, 2011

Narita conducts radiation tests within the airport


Tokyo Narita has stopped taking radiation readings from locations around the airport, and instead will now focus on taking samples from within the airport premises.

NEWS April 1, 2011

Political turmoil leads to dramatic fall in MENA region traffic


Political upheaval across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region led to huge declines in passenger traffic in some countries during February, new ACI traffic figures for February reveal.

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