By achieving the accreditation, Guanacaste Airport highlights its efforts to measure, manage and reduce its carbon footprint.
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Following proposals to increase its user charges by 5.5 per cent, AENA has been warned by IATA to reconsider in order to prevent impacting Spain's COVID-19 recovery.
From 17 May 2021, the UK government will implement a traffic light system, developed by the Global Travel Taskforce, to begin the restart of international travel.
By installing the CT scan machines in its Departures 1 area, Schiphol Airport has become one of the first major airports to utilise the technology.
The project, which will cost approximately $55 million, will allow wide-bodied, long-haul aircraft to fly in and out of Newcastle Airport.
Milas-Bodrum Airport has become the sixth airport in TAV Airports’ portfolio to receive ACA certification by obtaining Level 1 ‘Mapping’.
From 1 June 2021, sustainable aviation fuels will be delivered, stored and used to refuel at Munich Airport, supporting the airport in achieving its ambitious climate targets.
In order to facilitate an efficient restart of international travel and avoid limiting travel freedoms to the wealthy, IATA has called on governments to ensure that testing is affordable, timely, widely available and effective.
Seattle-Tacoma's two pilot programmes, SEA Spot Saver and happyhover™, will work to improve efficiency and modernise the passenger experience.
Global air cargo demand experienced an increase of 4.4 per cent in March 2021 compared to March 2019, the highest level since records began in 1990.
Although global passenger traffic is still drastically below pre-crisis levels, March 2021 experienced a slight uptick compared to February 2021.
As part of its efforts to further develop infrastructure for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul at Kaunas Airport, Lithuanian Airports has launched the land lease auction.
Following the vote, Europe’s aviation, travel and tourism sectors have called for swift action to ensure that the certificates will be operational by June 2021.
After suspending the service due to COVID-19, Orlando International has deemed it the right time to welcome the therapy dogs back to the terminal.
The reconstruction of Palanga Airport's runway, taxiway and parts of its apron will begin in autumn 2021, with airport operations to be suspended for up to 45 days.