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Singapore's Seletar Airport to get modern new terminal

Seletar Airport, Singapore's first international gateway, is to get a new S$50 million terminal that will allow it top handle up to 700,000 passengers per annum.

Queue busting

South Africa’s aviation sector is rapidly digitising its operations in line with global demands, writes Sello Mmakau, Airports Company South Africa’s chief information officer.

LAX and Westfield unveil concessions offering in revamped Terminal 6

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Westfield today unveiled the latest milestone in the gateway's modernisation programme, its new-look Terminal 6, which features a bold new design and 21 new retail and dining concepts.

Schiphol Group CFO, Els de Groot, to leave in Spring 2017

Els de Groot is to leave her position as chief financial officer of the Schiphol Group in spring 2017 to seek a new challenge.

Copenhagen embraces Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM)

Copenhagen Airport has become the latest gateway to install new Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) technology, its solutions being provided by Amadeus.

Denver International Airport opens new 'fantastical' toy exhibition

Ever innovative Denver International Airport has unveiled its latest art exhibition – a huge collection of kid's toys provided by Colorado toymakers and collectors.

Paying off

Airports continue to enhance their parking facilities to make them more efficient and customer friendly, writes Joe Bates. 

Bad weather, natural disasters and strikes cost the travel industry $60 billion yearly

Bad weather, natural disasters and strike action cost the travel industry up to $60 billion annually, equating to some 8% of global industry revenues, a new report on flight disruption finds today.

Finavia and Beijing Capital launch staff exchange programme

Finnish airport operator, Finavia, and Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) have launched a staff exchange programme.

Hong Kong International Airport unveils SKYCITY plans

Hong Kong International Airport's plans to transform itself into an airport city took a major step foward today with the news that it plans to create SKYCITY, a new retail and entertainment development a short walk from its terminals.

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