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.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) broke new ground yesterday when it welcomed its 25 millionth passenger of 2018 – reaching the annual milestone two years ahead of forecast.
Prague's Václav Havel Airport has broken the 16 million passengers per annum barrier for the first time.
Myanmar's Yangon International Airport is to be further upgraded to better equip it to accommodate more international traffic.
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.
Emerging and developing economies will account for more than 60% of all passenger traffic by 2040, according to the latest editon of ACI's World Airport Traffic Forecasts (WATF).
Traffic continiues to soar at Hong Kong International Airport, which reports that passenger numbers and aircraft movements reached an all-time high for the month of August.
An agreement about the nature of air travel between the UK and the EU post-Brexit has yet to be reached. Beata Sperling-Tyler, associate director at S&P Global Ratings, explores the increasing risks for British airports as the countdown to Brexit begins.