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MAG launches technology division to enhance customer experience at its airports

MAG, the UK’s largest airport group, has launched its own technology and e-commerce business to respond to technology-driven changes in the way passengers travel and to move the airport experience into a new digital era.

Heathrow takes delivery of its 50th electric vehicle as part of its 'Go Electric' strategy

Heathrow has reached a key milestone in its pledge to ‘Go Electric’ with the delivery of the 50th electric vehicle to the airport’s fleet. 

Illuminating experience

Creating the right ambiance, like Zurich Airport did with its 2016 Christmas lighting, holds huge positives for airports, writes Thomas Mark.

World Duty Free's new store at Gatwick opens just in time for Christmas

World Duty Free has officially launched it new walkthrough store in the North Terminal at London's Gatwick Airport.

Jersey Airport unveils ambitious development plans

Ports of Jersey has announced a progressive plan to create an integrated arrivals and departures terminal at Jersey Airport.

CANSO outlines three key drivers to enhance air traffic management in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) has highlighted three key drivers for efficient and effective air traffic management (ATM) in Latin America and the Caribbean – collaboration, harmonisation and innovation. 

Augmented reality duty free shopping comes to Schönefeld Airport

Visiting the duty free shops at Berlin's Schönefeld Airport just got a little more exciting following the introductiion of an Augmented Reality App offering users the chance to win up to 20% off their purchases!

Rigby Group buys Bournemouth Airport for undisclosed fee

Bournemouth Airport in the UK has new owners today after the Rigby Group completed its purchase from Manchester Airport Group (MAG) for an udisclosed fee.

ACI’s World Business Partner News

The latest news from ACI’s World Business Partners

Budapest Airport continues to set traffic records during record breaking year

Budapest Airport is set for another record breaking year of traffic growth after handling 12 million passengers in the 11 months ending November 30.

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