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Fraport Group enjoys 'successful' start to 2019

Fraport today revealed that the first quarter of the 2019 financial year has been a "successful" one for the company, with both traffic and revenues showing healthy growth.

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Airport World provides a snapshot of the latest route development news from a selection of European airports that include London Luton, London City, Aberdeen and Hanover.

New time-based aircraft spacing system introduced at Toronto Pearson

An innovative air traffic control system that dynamically separates arriving aircraft by time instead of distance is being installed at the Toronto Area Control Centre to help improve flight punctuality at Canada’s busiest airport, Toronto Pearson.

Thyssenkrupp awarded the largest service contract in its history

Thyssenkrupp Airport Solutions has been awarded the biggest service contract in its history by Qatar's Hamad International Airport.

Work starts on Frankfurt Airport's future Terminal 3

Frankfurt Airport has laid the cornerstone for its new Terminal 3, the benefits of which operator, Fraport, claims will be felt across Germany.

Good year for operator of Ireland's Dublin and Cork airports

Profits at Ireland's daa Group increased by 6% to a record €133 million in 2018 as the company, which has operations in 13 countries, benefitted from higher passenger numbers and increased commercial income.

Chicago O'Hare expands its fleet of snow clearance vehicles

We maybe just coming out of winter, but the Chicago Department of Aviation is already thinking about the next one, announcing that it has acquired 36 snow sweepers from Boschung.

Cargo demand driving expansion projects at East Midlands Airport

East Midlands Airport (EMA) has begun work on a project to create more parking space for aircraft to accommodate the rising demand in cargo flights.

New duty free and F&B outlets for Libreville gateway

New Aelia Duty Free and RELAY shops have opened at Libreville Leon Mba International Airport in Gabon.

BLOG: What does Brexit mean for UK cargo?

When it comes to Brexit, the air cargo sector is stuck in a holding pattern, writes Alex Veitch.

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