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SITA names Barbara Dalibard as its new CEO from July 1

Barbara Dalibard will be the next CEO of SITA, succeeding the long-serving Francesco Violante on July 1.

Hamburg Airport CEO, Michael Eggenschwiler (left), signs the contract extension with Gebr Heinemann's executive director for retail and HR, Raoul Spanger.

Gebr Heinemann has announced rising revenues and a new long-term extension to its duty free concession at Hamburg Airport.

Edinburgh's airport is a £1 billion a year business – new study

A study published today has found that Edinburgh Airport contributes nearly £1 billion to the Scottish economy every year, and supports more than 23,000 jobs across the country.

Airport World to be media partner for SMART Airports & Regions Conference and Exhibition

Airport World is pleased to announce that it will be a media partner for the SMART Airports & Regions Conference and Exhibition in Canada this June.

Setting new boundaries

Joe Bates discovers more about Moscow Domodedovo’s plans to create Russia’s first aerotropolis within a 25-kilometre radius of the airport.

Revenues up as traffic on the rise at Toronto Pearson International Airport

Toronto Pearson earned C$1.2 billion in revenues in 2015 as the gateway handled 41 million passengers (+6.4%), according to the Greater Toronto Airports Authority’s annual report.

Nightfall at LAX. Image courtesy of Jay Berkowitz/LAWA.

Airport World takes a closer look at a handful of new initiatives designed to either boost airport revenue streams or reduce unnecessary expenditure. 

Green recognition for India's Kempegowda International Airport

Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport has become the first Indian gateway to be awarded a GreenCo Platinum rating by the Confederation of Indian Industry’s Green Business Centre.

Sea-Tac to allow 'green' shared ride operators from March 31

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is to join the fast growing club of gateways that allow shared-ride operators such as Uber and Lyft to pick up passengers from outside its terminals.


No flights today from Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport has confirmed that it will remain closed to traffic today as it asseses the damage from yesterday's attacks.

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