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Sydney Airport achieves new carbon accreditation milestone

Sydney Airport has further cemented its environmental credentials by achieving Level 3 status in ACI's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.

Traffic soars in Dublin and across Sweden's airports in first month of 2017

Dublin Airport and Sweden's gateways have enjoyed good starts to 2017 with passenger traffic soaring by 9% and 10% respectively during the first month of the new year.

All change at the top at Tulsa International Airport

Tulsa International Airport and RL Jones Jnr Airport have a new CEO, Mark VanLoh, who starts work next week.

Seattle-Tacoma breaks ground on North Satellite modernisation project

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has officially broken ground on its North Satellite Modernization Project, which it says will expand and renovate the 44-year-old facility to better serve passengers and respond to continuing growth.

BLOG: Transforming terminals in to destinations in their own right

When does your holiday begin? Is it when you touch down on foreign soil, when your flight takes off or when you arrive at the airport?

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta retains status as the busiest airport in the world

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport handled a record 104.1 million (+2.6%) in 2016 to retain its status as the world's busiest airport.

Port of Seattle boss quits despite Sea-Tac becoming one of top 10 busiest US airports

The Port of Seattle Commissioners accepted the resignation of CEO Ted Fick during a public session held on Thursday.

Dramatic fall in noise complaints at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

Noise complaints at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport dropped by 38% last year, the gateway attributing the decline to the development of enhanced programmes, procedures and infrastructure aimed at mitigating the airport's noise impact on the surrounding community.

UK government publishes proposals for third runway at Heathrow

According to the UK Department for Transport, Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has today taken a major step forward in preparing Britain for leaving the EU by publishing proposals for a third runway at Heathrow Airport.

Nearly $3 million a day to be spent on construction projects at LAX in February

February may be the shortest month of the year, but it will still be quite busy at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), where a multi-billion-dollar modernisation effort rolls on with nearly $3 million spent each day on nearly two dozen major construction projects.

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