Airport World turns the spotlight on some exciting airport development projects taking place in Asia-Pacific and Europe.
Geneva Airport has welcomed a new luxury beauty store, which has been unveiled by travel retail firm Nuance.
Morpho through its subsidiary Morpho Detection, has announced a contract with the District Government of Upper Bavaria for the deployment of its high-speed CTX 9800 DSi explosives detection system (EDS) at Munich International Airport.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy officially opened the country’s newest commercial airport Andorra-La Seu d’Urgell Airport in Catalonia on January 8, 2015.
The winner of the tender for the prestigious contract to manage duty free shops at Istanbul’s new airport has been named as Unifree Duty Free.
Fraport AG ,the operator of Frankfurt Airport, has implemented Quintiq’s platform to speed up its winter service workforce deployment.
Last night at the European Parliament hosted by Gesine Meissner MEP (Germany), Franck Proust MEP (France) and István Ujhelyi MEP (Hungary), ACI Europe released a new study entitled the Economic Impact of European Airports.
After five years of growth Lyon Airports says it has seen a slight decrease in passenger traffic of 1.1% in 2014.
Vienna Airport is forecasting its passenger traffic numbers will rise by up to 2% and net profit to reach at least €85 million in 2015, reports claim.
Munich Airport had a record year in 2014 with nearly 40 million travellers arriving and departing from Germany's second busiest gateway, which was a 3% rise on 2013.