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NEWS May 18, 2011

Warsaw Chopin leading the way on Facebook



Warsaw Chopin’s decision to embrace social media as a key communication tool appears to be paying off, with the Polish airport now boasting more followers on Facebook than any other European gateway.

NEWS May 17, 2011

More luxury lounges for London

A new airport lounge, operated by No. 1 Traveller, opened in Gatwick's North Terminal this morning, featuring a spa and hair salon, and will be followed by another new facility in Heathrow's Terminal 3 later this summer, which will even have 'bedrooms' for hire for transit passengers. 

NEWS May 17, 2011

Changi opens new Chocolate store



Singapore Changi may be the new favourite airport of the world’s ‘chocoholics’ after opening an innovative new outlet dedicated to confectionary.

NEWS May 17, 2011

New F&B contracts aiming to put LA back in LAX



Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has awarded 10-year contracts to two food and beverage concessionaires in a bid to boost customer satisfaction levels.

NEWS May 16, 2011

Indianapolis International Airport opens 'Nature Park'



Indianapolis International Airport has opened a nature park on the airport’s land, to offer visitors the chance to enjoy direct participation in a bat conservation area.

NEWS May 16, 2011

Reagan National ready to renovate runway



Beginning tonight, preparations will begin for the main north-south runway, Runway 1/19, at Washington Reagan National to be completely milled and re-surfaced for the first time since 1990.

Squirrels with crayons



Lisa Brown and Richard Walsh report on Boston Logan’s web-based initiatives to communicate with passengers and humanise the airport brand.

NEWS May 16, 2011

Bordeaux considers development options



Bordeaux Airport is planning an overhaul of its main terminals, in a bid to handle a predicted rise in passenger numbers as well as boost revenue streams.

NEWS May 13, 2011

Airlines should have more say in Brazilian airport operations‚ IATA



Airlines should be given more say in Brazilian airport operations, according to IATA.

NEWS May 13, 2011

UK government "determined" to keep Heathrow's hub status



Secretary of State for Transport, Philip Hammond, claims that the UK’s regional airports must play a greater “complimentary role” to Heathrow in the future to help ensure that that London gateway retains its global hub status.

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