Whilst Cabinet Ministers have thrown their support behind the expansion, the battle has not quite been won - it still faces challenges from the House of Commons.
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The handbook was launched this week at the 13th annual ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly, Conference and Exhibition hosted by Narita International Airport Corporation at the Tokyo Bay Makuhari Hall.
Last week, a document was published by the British Department for Transport showcasing the challenges expected from its six "key objectives" for an aviation strategy to be finalised next year. Here are some important points that airport operators may need to know about.
The Schiphol Group has revealed images of how its new pier at Amsterdam Airport will look when it reaches completion before then end of 2019. Construction can now begin after the foundation stone was laid.
Aviation is booming. Pre-recession growth rates have reasserted themselves and airports are bracing for a coming flood. Often, this preparation is focussed on physical infrastructure, how they will create more space to accommodate the numbers. But airports ignore data at their peril. With a deluge of passengers comes a deluge…
Ahead of its webinar on the value of airfare big data to airports on Wednesday March 14, we caught up with Infare's new Chief Commercial Officer Harald Eisenaecher to hear his thoughts about the dynamic role big data plays in the aviation sector and what potential it holds.
Trials are expected to begin over the next six months, turning Oakland International Airport into one of the TSA's smallest innovation sites.
One of New York State's smallest international airports may be given a new lease on life and a rebrand in an effort to boost slumping traffic and bring tourism to the area.
The biggest construction project in the history of Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport is winding up after years of planning and investment.
Britain’s second biggest airport is in the middle of a £2.7 billion investment programme and has just handed out one of its biggest contracts.
How do you save £100 million on a rail link between a city centre and its airport? With a mile-long moving walkway.
In his autumn budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond put a freeze on short-haul Air Passenger Duty (APD) for two years. But many don't think he's gone far enough.