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IT November 19, 2010

Upwardly mobile

Upwardly mobile

Advances in mobile technology will continue to transform the workplace and make life easier for airport staff, writes Sébastien Fabre.

NEWS November 19, 2010

Dublin opens new Terminal 2

Dublin Airport's impressive new €395 million Terminal 2 opens for business today.

NEWS November 19, 2010

Manchester Airport trials new iris technology system

Manchester Airport in the UK is inviting passengers to participate in a new technology trial that can recognise an individual’s iris while they walk around.

NEWS November 19, 2010

Raleigh-Durham plans T1 renovation

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) has unveiled plans for the $60 million renovation of Terminal 1.

NEWS November 19, 2010

New cargo terminal for Brazilian gateway

Infraero has announced that Brazilian consortium Rodoserv Engenharia has been awarded the contract to build a new $13.4 million cargo terminal at Sâo Paulo–Guarulhos international Airport.

NEWS November 18, 2010

London City Airport boosts UK economy by €600 million yearly

A new study has revealed that London City Airport directly contributes nearly €600 million to the UK economy each year.

NEWS November 18, 2010

New survey reveals IT friendly Mumbai

A new IT survey reveals that India’s air travellers are global trendsetters when in comes to using airline websites for carbon emissions offsetting, with 44% of survey respondents at Mumbai International Airport claiming to take up the option.

NEWS November 17, 2010

New art project for Lambert-St Louis

Lambert-St Louis International Airport has announced a major art project as part of the $50 million renovation of its historic Terminal 1 and connecting concourses.

NEWS November 16, 2010

Music to your ears

Narita International Airport has hailed a three-day Eco Music Festival held in October in which 80 musicians took part as the biggest music event held ever held at the gateway.

NEWS November 16, 2010

Jeddah expansion programme gathers pace

Saudi industrial conglomerate, the Bin Laden Group, has won two contracts worth $7.2 billion to revamp Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport, according to the state news agency.

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