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NEWS Friday, 18 May 2012 |

Stockholm Arlanda – Scandinavia's fastest growing airport

Stockholm Arlanda claims to be the fastest growing airport in the Nordic countries – based on a 20% rise in traffic over the last two years.
NEWS Monday, 14 May 2012 |

Global passenger numbers rise in March 2012

Global passenger numbers soared by 6% in March, with Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa enjoying double-digit growth, according to the latest ACI traffic figures.
NEWS Wednesday, 02 May 2012 |

Cargo volumes rising at Dubai's new gateway

Cargo volumes at Dubai World Central (DWC) have soared 382% in the first three months of 2012, according to the quarterly traffic report issued by Dubai Airports on Wednesday.
NEWS Tuesday, 27 March 2012 |

Double-digit February passenger growth for Dubai International Airport

Dubai International Airport (DXB) handled 4.5 million passengers for the second successive month in February while freight volumes witnessed an upturn after months of flat growth.

Traffic trouble

Chris Beanland and Joe Bates find out more about the ‘ghost airports’ that have been abandoned by the airlines and sometimes boast more staff than passengers.

NEWS Thursday, 16 February 2012 |

Cargo stumbles at Liege Airport in January

Liege Airport, the seventh largest cargo airport in Europe, reported a 10% decrease in cargo traffic during January, not long after reporting a record year in 2011. 

NEWS Tuesday, 14 February 2012 |

LA Airports launches website to calm Ontario dispute

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has launched a new page on its website in a bid to “provide accurate data and facts” about the company’s ownership and management of LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT).  

NEWS Tuesday, 14 February 2012 |

Vienna Airport traffic jumps 9% in January

The number of passengers handled by Vienna Airport during the first month of 2012 increased 9% compared with January last year, to hit nearly 1.4 million.

NEWS Friday, 10 February 2012 |

European airports see strong start to the year

Frankfurt and Copenhagen airports have both reported strong growth in passengers numbers during the first month of 2012, thanks to improved weather conditions and increased transfer traffic.

NEWS Wednesday, 08 February 2012 |

Brussels Airport sees small passenger growth while cargo falls

Brussels Airport handled 1.15 million passenger in January, an increase of 3% on the same month last year, mainly thanks to a boost in transfer traffic.

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