ACI World Business Partner, Woolpert, has signed a three-year, $1.7 million contract with the Indiana Office of Technology to collect aerial imagery of Indiana.
Singapore Changi has opened common use check-in counters in T2 (Row 7) and T3 (Row 10), and an early check-in lounge at Terminal 1 (near Row 5), to make life easier for outbound passengers turning up extra early for flights.
In a new five-year contract, the Met Office is to provide a team of on-site meteorologists year-round at Gatwick Airport, the busiest single runway airport in the world.
BEUMER Group has been awarded a contract for the design, fabrication, delivery, assembly, commissioning and implementation of a new automated baggage transportation system at Moscow– Sheremetyevo Airport.
Private involvement in Europe’s airports has increased significantly – driven by a mix of deliberate policy choices, State budgetary constraints, and the need to promote air connectivity by investing in the development of airport infrastructure.
Travelling through Dublin Airport became that little bit quicker and easier today following the completion of a €15 million project to modernise the Departures Floor and Security Screening area in Terminal 1.
New economic data from ACI shows that amidst market uncertainties, the airport industry remains resilient with greater reliance on passenger-related revenues, writes Ryan White.
Copenhagen’s airports have signed a deal with Amadeus to provide it with a range of IT solutions, in support of company’s vision to become the leading air transport hub for Northern Europe.
Asia-Pacific continues to be one of the world’s most in demand destinations, with more than 455 million foreign arrivals registered across the region in 2015, according to the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA).