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Friday, 04 February 2011 |

Warsaw enjoys a good 2010

Warsaw Chopin Airport handled more than 8.7 million passengers and nearly 140,000 aircraft movements in 2010.

Friday, 04 February 2011 |

Tampa to revamp kerbside



Tampa International Airport is to invest $11.6 milliion on modernising the kerbside and drive outside its ticketing and baggage claims area.

Thursday, 03 February 2011 |

Ground breaking runway extension for Isle of Man



A major airfield upgrade at Ronaldsway Airport means that the Isle of Man gateway is now equipped to handle aircraft up to the size of A320 and B737 with full payloads.

Thursday, 03 February 2011 |

Tirana reports 2010 growth

Tirana International Airport handled 1.53 million passengers in 2010 – 10.2% more than in the previous year.

Thursday, 03 February 2011 |

Christchurch confirms 'green' credentials

Christchurch International Airport has had its carbon neutral status recertified by Landcare Research until 2013.

Tuesday, 01 February 2011 |

Chinese region to get $4.5 billion upgrade

The Chinese government is to invest $4.5 billion on new airport projects in the far western region of Xinjiang over the next five years, according to state media.

Tuesday, 01 February 2011 |

ASUR ruled out of Riviera Maya Airport

Mexico's planned new Riviera Maya gateway is still very much on the agenda, although it won't be built by ASUR after the country's anti-trust commission ruled it out of the running on the grounds that it already operates nearby Cancún Airport.

Saturday, 29 January 2011 |

All time high for Denver

A total of 4.2 million passengers used Denver International Airport in December 2010, bringing the year’s passenger total to 52.2 million and making 2010 the busiest year in the gateway's history.

Friday, 28 January 2011 |

Holograms to help security at Manchester Airport



Manchester Airport is set to become the first airport in the world to introduce holograms as part of its passenger security preparation.

Thursday, 27 January 2011 |

An inconvenient truth?


Theresa Villiers, Minister of State for Transport for the UK.

The chairman of Gatwick Airport has attacked the UK coalition government’s policy of no airport expansion, branding it “possibly the worst strategic decision” in his time in transport.

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