Over the course of the past year, Budapest Airport has invested in a wide range of infrastructure and passenger experience developments.
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Charles de Gaulle Airport is among 10 other aviation stakeholders to join EASA's programme to assess the effectiveness of its COVID-19 safety measures.
Another stellar performance was recorded by the Vienna Airport Group in 2019, with a record-breaking set of traffic results seeing the group’s airports approach almost 40 million annual passengers. However, its rapid growth is being managed in an environmentally-sensitive way, as its Austrian hub significantly reduced its energy consumption per…
A recent ground-breaking ceremony heralded the start of Vienna Airport’s large-scale terminal modernisation, as the four star-awarded Austrian gateway plots a path towards increasing service quality while passenger figures continue to rise.
There will be a free bus service deployed for travelling between the Dubai Airports while the maintenance work takes place on the runway at DXB.
With changes to the Ryanair and Wizz Air baggage regulations, concerning a limitation in free cabin baggage, Lithuanian Airports has seen a sharp increase in the percentage of checked baggage.
While the runway at Dubai International Airport (DXB) is out of action for much needed refurbishment, traffic at Dubai World Central (DWC) is expected to increase by 700 per cent.
Joining only 40 other airports in Europe, Budapest Airport has retained its carbon-neutral status and has even purchased carbon credits from a Chinese wind farm.
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The UK's Secretary of State for Transport opens London Luton Airport's newly-upgraded terminal, marking the culmination of the three-year transformation project.
The airport's Pier B development is complete, securing another milestone for the BUD 2020 programme.
Budapest Airport is gaining another destination to its expanding route map; Doncaster is the latest of the 66 non-stop destinations the airport services.
The airport is the first civilian airport to be built since the country was founded in 1948 and will eventually serve the Red Sea resort of Eilat and Israel's southern region when it opens to the general public in early 2018.
Managing Partner of consultancy Aviation Strategy Ltd, James Halstead, presents the case for change in the airline market.
Low-cost Hungarian-based airline Wizz Air is to set up a base at London Luton.