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DAA "disappointed" with Dublin Airport’s charges for 2015-2019

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) says it is "disappointed" with the Commission for Aviation Regulation’s final determination on Dublin Airport’s charges for 2015-2019, which was published yesterday.

Blackpool International to close on October 16

Blackpool International Airport in the North West of the UK has announced it is to close on October 16 after no agreement was reached to secure the future of operations.

New aircraft stand installed at Heathrow’s T3

Terminal 3 at Heathrow Airport has welcomed a new multi aircraft ramp stand (MARS) featuring a fixed link to help meet the demands of the increased amount of A380s being handled.

UK political party votes against supporting airport expansion

The Liberal Democrat Party has blocked its leader Nick Clegg’s plan to support a new runway at Gatwick and other airports that are located away from Heathrow.

Air cargo leaders call for collaboration

The air cargo industry must work closely with regulators to deliver "safe, reliable, efficient global trade" delegates at The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) heard today in Seoul, Korea.

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport set for expansion

Thailand's military government has told reporters in the South East Asia country it is to go ahead with a THB62 billion baht (€1.5 billion) expansion plan at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Nick Barton appointed CEO of London Luton

London Luton Airport’s board of directors has appointed Nick Barton as the gateway's new chief executive.

VINCI Airports to continue investing in Portugese airports

VINCI Airports is celebrating the first year of managing ANA-Aeroportos de Portugal which it says ended with a “positive operating balance”, and has announced further investment plans.

ONT Plane Pull raises money for charity

Ontario International Airport became the latest US gateway to stage a charity plane pull at the weekend, its event raising funds for a number of good causes.

ACI Europe reports 7% traffic growth in August

ACI Europe has released its traffic report for August in which it says passenger traffic grew by 7% for the month at Europe’s gateways compared with the same period in 2013.

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