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Denver International Airport launches its own TV channel

The world's newest TV channel launched at Denver International Airport this week.

ADP makes green pledge at Paris Air Show

France's leading aviation companies have signed a joint statement with concrete actions confirming their commitment to reduce their environmental footprint.

Airline IT Survey indicates a new focus on investment in technology

A common theme throughout the Air Transport IT Summit in Brussels has been how new technology is making air travel easier and helping restore the 'fun' at airports, and the world's airlines seem to agree as they continue to invest in passenger enhancing IT solutions.

Airlines signing up for new flight tracking system

SITA OnAir today revealed that the airline industry is beginning to sign up for its ready-made solution for tracking aircraft in flight.

Québec City becomes first airport to use Apple Watch

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB) today became the first airport in the world to start using the Apple Watch.

MWAA awards multi-year upgrade contract for Reagan National's Terminal B/C

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) has awarded the AIR Alliance joint venture a multi-year contract to work on Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport's Terminal B/C Long-Term Redevelopment Program.

BWI Marshall issues tender for new airport hotel

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is requesting proposals from qualified firms for the design, development, financing, construction, and operation of an airport hotel.

Heathrow to loan bikes to staff to encourage them to cycle to work

Heathrow has promised to loan bikes to all staff living within a five kilometre radius of the airport in a bid get cars off the road this summer.

Hong Kong enjoys May traffic growth

Hong Kong International Airport has reported steady traffic growth for the month of May.

LAX opens new-look Terminal 5 and prepares to welcome new executive director

It has been a busy few days for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) which has announced the completion of a three-year revamp of LAX's Terminal 5 and named Deborah Ale Flint as its No.1 choice to become its next executive director.

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