Tokyo Haneda Airport has welcomed the ‘Culture Gate to Japan' project, formed of multiple artists and creators who have created works based on the various aspects of Japanese culture.
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According to the International Air Transport Association, global passenger traffic results for 2021 fell by 58.4 per cent compared to 2019, but showed significant improvement compared to 2020 figures.
Together, both Eni and Aeroporti di Roma will continue to promote decarbonisation initiatives in the aviation industry, with the aim to accelerate the green transition of airports across the globe.
Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean has suggested that governments should avoid reintroducing strict air travel restrictions, to avoid any further impact to aviation’s recovery.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport has recorded 20 million passenger movements in 2021, a nod to its efforts to ensure uninterrupted connectivity to travellers throughout the year.
Despite the turbulent aviation environment in 2021, due to COVID-19, Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, recorded its highest-ever cargo tonnage and a significant growth in passenger figures.
Bristol Airport has commenced a major three-month redevelopment project to improve the airport’s airside departure lounge, investing £2.6million to enhance customer facilities.
Airport Operators Association, Chief Executive Karen Dee has commented on the UK government's plans to provide additional funding for Airspace Modernisation as part of Build Back Better.
Malta International Airport has been awarded the ‘Autism Friendly Spaces’ quality label for its efforts to provide an accessible and relaxing airport experience for individuals who are on the spectrum.
The UK government has agreed to support the aviation industry recovery with airport slot alleviation for the upcoming summer 2022 season, as demand for air travel returns.
UK government have invested £3.7 million into redesigning the airside operations to be faster, more reliable, quieter, and greener, as part of its Build Back Better initiative.
During 2021, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol experienced an increase in total cargo volume by 15.7 per cent to 1.66 million tonnes compared to figures from the previous year, 2020.
Queen Alia International Airport has renewed its Airports Council International World Airport Health Accreditation, which recognises the commitments to health and safety measures, until December 2022.