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Dublin Airport helps reunite missing parrot with owner

With a Lidl help from a supermarket chain and a Slovak voice recording, Dublin Airport has helped reunite a missing African Grey parrot with its owner following a social media appeal.

Heathrow reflects on 'record performance' in 2018

London's Heathrow Airport today issued its assessment of its performance in 2018, which it claims was one of the best in its history.

New campaign by Canada's airports aims to reignite the wonder of air travel

The Canadian Airports Council (CAC) has launched a new digital campaign called the 'Wonder Takes Flight' that it hopes will reignite frequent travellers' enthusiasm for travel.

New F&B outlets will leave SLC passengers spoilt for choice

Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) has unveiled the selection of new F&B offerings coming its way in autumn 2020 as part of its ongoing multi-billion dollar revamp.

Sweden's Visby Airport introduces new automated bag drop system

Visby Airport has unveiled a new integrated bag drop system which it believes will make flying from the Swedish gateway easier and more convenient for passengers.

New MyDutyFree brand outlet opens in Munch Airport's T2

After a six-month makeover, the duty free shop on Level 5 in Munich Airport's Terminal 2 has re-opened with the new MyDutyFree branding. 

London Stansted almost doubles size of seating areas in Departure Lounge

London Stansted Airport has almost doubled the number of seats in its busy Departure Lounge with the creation of three brand new seating areas.

New shopping experience awaits Hamburg Airport's passengers

Hamburg Airport is promising a new shopping experience for passengers when the redesigned retail area beyound security comes onboard in the next few months.

Airfield renovation project completed in Montego Bay

CEMEX today announced that it led an international team of specialists in charge of renovating 35,000sqm of taxiways at Sangster International Sangster Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Image courtesy of daa/Julien Behal Photography.

Ireland's Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, and Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, today joined daa chief executive, Dalton Philips, to perform the official sod-turning for Dublin Airport’s new North Runway project.

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