Madrid, Athens and Moscow are among some of Europe’s cities to have seen passenger numbers at their airports drop over the last year, whereas Munich, Istanbul and Bourgas all saw significant increases in traffic over the same period.
Big-hearted cops at Washington Dulles International Airport traded in their guns for burgers last weekend to raise cash for charity.
Investors interested in the contract to build and manage Cuzco’s Chinchero International Airport have until the 15 June to place their bids.
Athens International, London Luton, and Singapore Changi are to turn off their lights for an hour tomorrow (26 March) for Earth Hour 2011.
John Brantley, the airport director at Raleigh-Durham International, has announced he will retire at the end of July.
Figures released by Amsterdam Schiphol show that employment at the airport fell 0.3% over the last year compared with the previous year’s drop of 7.7%.
Rapiscan Systems’ 620DV advanced baggage scanner has passed EU regulations on liquid threat detection.
Warsaw Chopin Airport handled more than 8.7 million passengers and nearly 140,000 aircraft movements in 2010.
Tirana International Airport handled 1.53 million passengers in 2010 – 10.2% more than in the previous year.
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