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NEWS September 22, 2010

IATA revises profit forecast

IATA has revised its 2010 industry outlook and is now projecting that the world’s airlines will make a profit of $8.9 billion (up from the $2.5 billion forecast in June) this year...

NEWS September 21, 2010

New gateway for St Vincent & Grenadines

St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) has announced that the construction of the state-of-the-art terminal at its new $240 million international airport, the country's largest ever development project, will begin later this year.

NEWS September 21, 2010

Horses on course out of Liege Airport

Over 500 horses will pass through Liege Airport in the next few days as the Belgian gateway acts as a major transportation point for thoroughbreds competing in...

NEWS September 20, 2010

Good year for Sheremetyevo

Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport reports a 32% rise in passengers and a 27% increase in cargo tonnage during the first eight month of 2010.

NEWS September 20, 2010

New baggage screening systems for Lambert-St Louis

Lambert-St Louis International Airport has been awarded more than $42 million for new inline baggage screening systems...

NEWS September 17, 2010

Big plans for Arad International Airport

It may be tiny in comparison to Bucharest–Henri Coandă (formerly Otopeni), but Arad International Airport in western Romania is certainly not short of ambition based on its newly unveiled development plans.

NEWS September 17, 2010

Green message

In a strong message to governments meeting at ICAO's 37th Assembly in 11 days in Montréal, leaders from across the air transport industry today....

NEWS September 17, 2010

Sydney Airport fee rise rejected

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has rejected Sydney Airport's bid to raise its regional aeronautical fees by claiming that the proposed 2.9% price hike could not be justified.

NEWS September 17, 2010

New pilots needed

Airlines will need an average of 23,300 new pilots and 30,000 new maintenance staff per year for the next 20 years to keep up with rising demand, according to a new industry report....


NEWS September 17, 2010

Brown to lead Orlando

Phil Brown is the new executive director of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, taking over from Steve Gardner, who retires today (friday).

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