IATA is calling for governments, safety regulators and industry to take action to drive aviation connectivity and infrastructure development in Africa.
UK airports and airlines are being urged to bid for government funding of up to €22.8 million in the next year to help launch new routes.
London Gatwick Airport has unveiled two large-scale ‘urban sculptures’ to welcome and inspire passengers and celebrate the ongoing expansion of its route network.
Columbia Metropolitan Airport appears to have a friend in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), whose International Center for Air Transportation (ICAT) has ranked it among the top 30% of US Airports for enplanements and the top 25% for connectivity.
An airport’s route development-focused marketing efforts are crucial to its success and the potential future prosperity of the communities they serve, writes Tony Griffin.