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NEWS May 27, 2011

AENA goes green with electric cars


Spanish airport operator AENA has rented 33 electric cars to carry out various airside operations at four of its airports, as part of a new green initiative.

NEWS May 27, 2011

Bengaluru Airport terminal to double in size


Work to expand Bengaluru International Airport’s passenger terminal by 100% is to start next month, its operator has announced.

NEWS May 26, 2011

Berlin Airlift Veterans oppose Tempelhof plans


Berlin’s closed Tempelhof Airport is “perfect as it is” and transforming it into a city park is “disrespectful”, according to a group petitioning against the changes.

NEWS May 26, 2011

Cargo carrier boosts Hyderabad pharma industry


Lufthansa Cargo has started operations at its new pharmaceutical hub at Hyderabad Airport in India.

NEWS May 25, 2011

Philippine court orders Manila terminal compensation


A Philippine court has ordered the government to pay Philippine International Air Terminals Co. Inc. (PIATCO) $176 million in compensation over the expropriation of the controversial airport terminal in Manila.

NEWS May 25, 2011

Volcanic ash cloud: Lessons have been learnt


Lessons have been learnt from the Icelandic volcano eruption that crippled Europe’s airspace last year, and airports are dealing with the current ash cloud situation much more effectively, Olivier Jankovec, director general of ACI Europe has said.

NEWS May 24, 2011

Austin-Bergstrom introduces free WiFi


Passengers at Austin–Bergstrom International Airport can now get 30 minutes of free internet access via WiFi while they are waiting at the gateway.

NEWS May 24, 2011

$1 billion revamp at George Bush Intercontinental Airport gets underway


The first phase of a $1 billion terminal redevelopment project at George Bush Intercontinental Airport will begin by the end of the year, Houston Airport System has announced.

NEWS May 24, 2011

Liege Airport to switch to 100% green electricity by 2016


By 2016, Liege Airport will be completely powered by green electricity supplies as part of its overall strategy to cut down on pollution.



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