ACI Europe today revealed that passenger traffic continued its upward trajectory across the continent's airports in the first half of 2019, rising 4.3% despite a "range of economic, geopolitical and industry specific challenges".
ACI Europe has reacted with dismay today to the call by an environmental group for the closure of all small regional airports across Europe unable to achieve profitability within a five-year period.
Europe's airports today unveiled an ambitious commitment to become net zero for carbon emissions under their control by 2050.
Some of the biggest challenges facing Europe's regional airports have came under the microscope at the 12th ACI Europe Regional Airports Conference & Exhibition in Krakow.
ACI Europe has echoed the individual results of many of Europe's top airports by reporting a continent wide 4.4% rise in passenger traffic during the first quarter of 2019.
ACI Europe today confirmed that 2018 was a good one for Europe's airports, which saw passenger numbers rise by 6.1% to 2.34 billion.
As part of its Brexit contingency planning for a no-deal scenario, the European Commission yesterday tabled a series of legislative proposals aimed at mitigating the worst impacts of a possible disorderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
The European Commission’s stakeholder conference on sustainable transport infrastructure charging takes place today in Brussels, with a focus on the implementation of the ‘user pays’ principle, which has underpinned EU policy on transport financing and pricing for the past 20 years.
Passenger numbers continue to rise across Europe’s airports, growing 5% in Q3 2018, according to the latest traffic figures released today by ACI Europe.
Traffic levels at Europe's airports continues to rise, passenger numbers growing by an average of 6.1% in May compared with the same month a year ago.