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Copenhagen Airport commences first phase of its multi-million dollar development programme

A new Pier E and doubling the size of Terminal 2's busy transit area are on the agenda for Copenhagen Airport in the first phase of a DKK20 billion expansion programme designed to raise the gateway's capacity to 40mppa.

Traffic figures for 2016 up at six UK airports and Oslo in Norway

Year-end traffic results for 2016 continue to trickle into the Airport World office with Heathrow, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Luton and Stansted airports in the UK and Oslo in Norway being the latest to reveal soaring passenger numbers.

Demolition of old LaGuardia car park clears the way for new Central Terminal development

The $4 billion redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport's Central Terminal (Terminal B) has passed a major milestone with the demolition of the old P2 parking garage.

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Director general, Angela Gittens, discusses ACI World’s new Policy Brief and the importance of non-aeronautical revenues. 

BLOG: Spotlight on the $10 billion development plans for New York–JFK

Hampered by outdated systems and infrastructure in need of repair, John F Kennedy International Airport in New York City has found a friend in New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, writes Mary Scott Nabers.

LCY images courtesy of Ben Walsh.

London City Airport in the UK and the Cypriot gateways of Larnaca and Paphos all announced record breaking annual traffic figures this morning.

PROJECT WATCH - Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport

Expanded terminal and introduction of new self-service technologies to boost gateway’s capacity and operational efficiency.

BLOG: Is it time for airports to introduce 'mood managers'?

We are people, we are ruled by the mood we're in. When we're not in a good mood, we are not happy. When we are not happy, we don't function well. And to make matters worse, moods can be contagious, writes Martijn Steur.

UK pilots warn of growing drone threat to aircraft

The threat drones pose to aircraft is a real and growing danger in the UK, according to the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA).

Double reason to celebrate at Stockholm Arlanda – new traffic record and biofuel flight

Stockholm Arlanda Airport had double reason to celebrate today after revealing passenger numbers hit an all-time high in 2016 and registering its first aviation biofuel flight.

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