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NEWS December 7, 2010

Delay to launch of passenger services at Dubai–Al Maktoum

It is being reported that the launch of passenger operations at Dubai’s new Al Maktoum International Airport, due to start in March 2011, will be delayed until later in the year.

NEWS December 7, 2010

Lambert to impose smoking ban

Lambert-St Louis International Airport is to become a smoke free zone next year in a bid to enhance its image and fall in line with the city's clamp down on smoking in public buildings.

NEWS December 6, 2010

Fraport interested in acquiring a stake in AENA

Fraport has refused to rule out the possibility that it will bid for a stake in AENA after Spain's prime minister stated he was seeking to sell a 49% stake in the airport operator to steady national finances, writes Oliver Clark.

NEWS December 3, 2010

BAA winning 'Big Freeze' battle

UK airport operator, BAA, appears to be winning the battle against Britain's 'Big Freeze' WHERE `id` = this morning announcing that with the exception of Southamption, all its airports are open for business.

NEWS December 3, 2010

Shell opens new Indian airport operations

Oil giant, Shell, is to expand in operation in India by launching aviation fuel services at 10 of the nation’s biggest airports.

NEWS December 3, 2010

Green Brisbane

Brisbane Airport has enhanced its green credentials by installing recycling bins in the public areas of its International Terminal.

NEWS December 1, 2010

Narita unveils plans for new LCC terminal

Tokyo Narita has confirmed its intention to open a dedicated new low-cost carrier (LCC) terminal in a bid to grab a larger slice of the increasingly competitive Asian tourism market.

NEWS December 1, 2010

Record year for Chengdu

A record 26 million passengers are expected to pass through Chengdu Shuangliu Airport in 2010.

NEWS November 30, 2010

Heathrow prepared for 'cold snap'

The cold snap may have only just bitten in the UK but Heathrow's snow team has been working for months to ensure the UK's hub airport will once again be prepared for the onset of winter.

NEWS November 29, 2010

Port Columbus lowers 2011 airline fees

Port Columbus International Airport will offer reduced operating fees to nine airlines in 2011 courtesy of a $5.5 million credit made possible by a new revenue sharing agreement.

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