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PANYNJ reports 3% jump in passenger traffic in 2014

More than 117 million passengers travelled through the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) airports in 2014, surpassing the record set in the prior year by more three million fliers – or a roughly 3% jump.

Calgary Airport Authority invests in new taxi facility

The Calgary Airport Authority has introduced a new taxi-staging facility at Calgary International Airport (YYC).

Singapore Changi handles records passenger numbers in 2014

Singapore Changi Airport managed 54.1 million passenger movements in 2014, the most in its 33-year history.

Clear and present danger

Lockheed Martin’s Chris Varley discusses six steps for improving cyber security and asks: how many has your airport taken?

Passenger terminal acquired at Billy Bishop Toronto City

InstarAGF Asset Management Inc and AGF Management Limited have announced that Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners GP has acquired the passenger terminal at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA) from Porter Aviation Holdings Inc.

Sydney commences work on T1 departures upgrade

Sydney Airport has commenced a major transformation of T1 departures, with the first stage of works now underway.

Göteborg Landvetter awarded highest environmental level

For the fifth consecutive year, Göteborg Landvetter Airport has been certified with the highest level according to the global standard for its efforts to reduce the airport’s carbon emissions.

Record-setting traffic year in 2014 at Los Angeles

Record-setting numbers of both domestic and international passengers have been announced at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in 2014, resulting in a new record for total passenger volume.

Government committee discusses importance of smaller UK airports

The UK Government's Transport Committee last week heard evidence from the aviation industry on the importance of regional aviation and how it supports transport infrastructure and the development of regional economies.

Lambert-St. Louis registers traffic decline in 2014

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport served 12,384,015 passengers in 2014, a 1.5% decrease in total traffic versus 2013.