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NEWS May 4, 2011

Port Columbus becomes first US airport to open a Tim Hortons Café


Port Columbus International Airport has opened a Tim Hortons Café and Bake Shop as well as a new Cold Stone Creamery for passengers.

Runway debris detector to be installed at Ben Gurion

Runway specialists X-Sight Systems Ltd are to deploy their foreign object detection system FODetect at Ben Gurion International Airport (BGIA) following a rigorous two year evaluation.

NEWS May 3, 2011

Changi Airport International's new CEO takes up post

Meet, Lim Liang Song, the new CEO of Changi Airports International (CAI), the international investment arm of the Changi Airport Group.

NEWS May 3, 2011

Airline passenger growth slows in March

Traffic figures released by IATA today show that year-on-year growth in international airline passenger numbers slowed in March to 3.8% from the 5.8% recorded in February.

NEWS May 3, 2011

Brisbane Airport completes domestic terminal expansion


Brisbane Airport has unveiled the completed Common User Satellite at its domestic terminal.

NEWS May 3, 2011

Dubai passenger numbers to double by 2020


Dubai International Airport will become the busiest airport in the world by 2015 as passenger numbers across the Emirate are expected to reach nearly 100 million over the next 10 years.

NEWS May 3, 2011

Workers mark 'topping out' of Phoenix Sky Train station



Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has marked the topping out of its new train station.

NEWS May 3, 2011

First Swiss Arrival duty free stores to open this summer

The Nuance Group has announced that it will open Switzerland’s first Arrival duty free shops at Geneva and Zurich airports this summer.

NEWS April 29, 2011

Christa Fornarotto named FAA's new associate administrator for airports


Christa Fornarotto, the former deputy assistant secretary for aviation and international affairs at the US Department of Transportation, has joined the FAA as its new associate administrator for airports.

NEWS April 28, 2011

St John's generates $400m for Newfoundland economy

St John’s International Airport in Canada contributes $400 million in gross domestic product (GDP) and income into the economy, as well as more than $80 million in tax revenue.

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