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Amsterdam now offering passengers electrically-powered taxis

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol are now offering passengers a new environmentally-friendly transportation service - electrically powered taxis which are operated by BBF Schipholtaxi or BIOS-groep.

New airport to be built in Porto Alegre Brazil

Brazil’s Secretary of Civil Aviation (SAC) will next year auction the rights for construction and management of a new airport for Porto Alegre, which is expected to cost $505 million.

Aéroports de Paris traffic drops 10.4% in September

Aéroports de Paris (ADP) has reported that traffic to Paris CDG Airport and Paris-Orly Airport dropped by 10.4% in September, compared to the same month last year, fuelled by the Air France pilots' strike.

Bristol Airport opens new fire service facility

Bristol Airport has opened a new Rescue and Fire-Fighting Service (RFFS) facility which cost £950,000 (€1.2 million).

Hamburg launches new self-service infrastructure

Hamburg Airport has launches new self-service infrastructure launched in co-operation with IT specialist Materna GmbH, which gives passengers the choice to check-in and drop-off baggage at kiosks.

Heathrow sells Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton to Ferrovial and Macquarie

Ferrovial and the Macquarie fund have bought Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports for more than €1.3 billion after signing an agreement with Heathrow Airport Holdings Limited.

Rio Galeão announces plans to revamp wayfinding at Tom Jobim

Rio Galeão, which recently took over operations at Brazil’s Rio Galeão–Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport has announced plans to study wayfinding at the gateway.

Allegheny County Airport Authority approves 2015 budget

The Allegheny County Airport Authority board of directors, which run Pittsburgh International Airport have approved its budget for 2015.

Sabiha Gokcen and Liege sign agreement to develop business

Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen International Airport and Liege Airport have signed an agreement to develop more business together.

Indian airports have SITA's check-in technology installed

More than 50 million passengers at 25 airports across India can now use SITA’s common-use self-service technology to check-in.

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