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'Green' Asia-Pacific airports honoured as six US gateways receive FAA funds for enviro projects

Aviation’s Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme continues to gather pace in the Asia-Pacific region with Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Chiang Mai in Thailand among the latest gateways to be recognised for their efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.

Airports Commission told British business backs Heathrow expansion

In an open letter to the Airports Commission published today, 23 Chambers of Commerce representing over 40,000 businesses from across the UK have outlined the unique benefits a stronger hub at Heathrow would bring to British business.

The last word - Roddy Boggus

Airport World gets up close and personal with Roddy Boggus, senior vice president/aviation director at Parsons Brinckerhoff and chairman of ACI’s World Business Partners Advisory Board.

Aena says traffic to recover in the winter

Spanish airport operator Aena has revealed figures for airline exit seats for the winter which it says shows a “traffic recovery” for gateways.

New toy store opens at Edinburgh Airport

With Christmas just around the corner, Edinburgh Airport has shopping all wrapped up with the launch of a new toy store.

Denver installs 16 BorderXpress APC kiosks

Denver International Airport has installed 16 BorderXpress automated passport control (APC) kiosks to expedite the customs entry process for international travellers.

Adelaide reveals vision to be business centre for Asia-Pacific

Adelaide Airport has revealed its 30-year vision to become a business centre for the Asia-Pacific region.

Terminal 2 at Frankfurt Airport celebrates 20th anniversary

Terminal 2 at Germany’s busiest hub Frankfurt Airport celebrates its 20th anniversary today.

New York airports to receive upgrades

New York’s LaGuardia Airport and JFK International Airport, are set to have terminal facilities upgraded, improved transportation links and more efficient air-traffic control technology.

London Southend owner reports 17% revenue rise

The Stobart Group, which owns and operates London Southend Airport has revealed revenues from its operations for the first six months of the 2014/2015 financial year were up 17% to £56.2 million (€71 milion).

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