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Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport - Articles and news items

Future Terminal 1 update at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport

Airport Extra, Z homepage promo  •  14 April 2016  •  Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport provides an update on construction of its new Terminal 1 facility and explains how the development will help it to become the second most popular airport in France.

Video update: Lyon Airports Terminal 1 extension

Airport news  •  29 March 2016  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

As construction activity reaches its peak, Lyon Airports issues a video displaying the travel experiences which the new Terminal 1 will offer and a timelapse video of the build.

Lyon Airport adds 22 new direct routes in 2016

Airport news  •  24 February 2016  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

Lyon Airport has announced it will offer 22 new routes to passengers during 2016 expanding its route portfolio to 115 direct destinations.

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport launches new Terminal 1 points of sale call for tender

Airport news  •  9 September 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport has lunched a call for tender for points of sale in the new Terminal 1 facility.

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport has already won 6 awards for its Future Terminal 1 website

Airport news  •  26 January 2015  •  Cohn & Wolfe

Lyon Airport’s Future Terminal 1 website is, like the project it promotes, dynamic, innovative and centred on the client experience...

Lyon–Saint Exupéry : Future Terminal 1 first stone

Airport news  •  16 December 2014  •  

Philippe Bernand, Chief Executive Officer of Lyon Airports and Alain Loyer, Chief Executive Officer of GFC Construction, have laid the first stone of the future Terminal 1 on Friday 12th of December..

New Signage at Lyon Saint-Exupéry: simple, international and aesthetically pleasing

Airport news  •  18 November 2014  •  Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport

During the night of the 25th-26th October, the signage at Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport was completely replaced...

Lyon-Saint Exupéry: Impressive traffic growth in June

Airport news  •  24 July 2014  •  Lyon Airports

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport had good figures in June despite French air traffic controllers going on strike on 24th and 25th June...

Philippe Bernard, CEO of Aéroports de Lyon, presents the group’s results for 2013 and for the first quarter of 2014

Airport news  •  26 June 2014  •  Lyon Airports

2013 has been a good year for Lyon Airports. Its cargo business saw outstanding, two-figure growth (+26.5%)...

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport rolls out the red carpet for its clients

Airport news  •  6 March 2014  •  Aéroports de Lyon

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport has just unveiled its brand-new Welcome Zone, a 165m², open-plan area designed for a sole purpose: to welcome travellers to the Rhône-Alpes region and showcase all that it has to offer them...

Lyon Airports: in pole position for the ski season

Airport news  •  28 February 2014  •  Lyon Airports

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport is in the ideal location for skiers on their way to the French Alps...

Taking off with TETRA

Issue 2 2012  •  28 March 2012  •  Phil Kidner, CEO, TETRA + Critical Communications Association

TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) is the global open standard for professional mobile radio communi - cations systems. TETRA is used through out the world to deliver secure, reliable and robust critical communications for professional users. It is the technology of choice for public safety agencies, and is deployed by governments around the globe looking to protect their citizens.The adoption of TETRA technology by the public safety sector catalysed its use in a wide range of markets, and today the second largest sector using TETRA after public safety is transport. The use of TETRA in transport is increasing yearon- year, and a significant proportion of that growth is due to the implementation of TETRA in airports – in fact the first commercial contract for TETRA implementation anywhere in the world was for Gardermoen Airport in Oslo in 1996. The dynamics of today’s airport environments, with their rapidly changing requirements, demand innovative and comprehensive solutions within the field of mobile communication.Airports around the world use TETRA to ensure reliable and secure communications. One of the latest implementations of a TETRA system is at Billund Airport, which covers 400 acres in the south-west of Denmark and handles more than 2.6 million passengers a year for both domestic and international travelling. Bangalore was India’s first international airport to adopt TETRA. In any world-class airport, a robust comm - unications network on a digital platform is critical to supporting the many facets of airport ground operations.

Aeroports de Lyon is now able to ensure more flights in poor visibility conditions

Airport news  •  14 February 2011  •  Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport

Lyon-Saint Exupery airport to use its two runways simultaneously, even in the event of very poor visibility...

Aeroports De Lyon has a new Sales and Marketing Director

Airport news  •  11 February 2010  •  Aeroports De Lyon

Stéphane Geffroy, 39, became Sales and Marketing Director of Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport with a mission to develop Aéroports de Lyon’s freight and passenger traffic.


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