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.
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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.
Incheon International Airport has announced project plans for how to best host a satellite site for an international museum 'brand' on-site at the airport by 2024.
Looking back at 2021, Pulkovo Airport served 18.1 million passengers over the course of the year, only an eight per cent decrease on 2019 figures.
Airports Council International for Latin America and the Caribbean has recognised 52 airports for their continued sustainable efforts, as part of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
During 2021, Cologne Bonn Airport experienced growth in both passenger traffic and, in particular, air cargo, with an increase in tonnage of 14 per cent - a new annual record for the airport.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority has introduced the Ford Launchpad for Innovative Technologies and Entrepreneurship, to provide grants to companies developing new air travel technology solutions.
Ontario International Airport has experienced a consistent COVID-19 recovery, compared with other medium and large-size airports, with nearly 4.5 million passengers travelling through in 2021.
The Advanced Air Mobility industry will continue to develop, as Urban-Air Port secures a major investment from Supernal. Together, they will start the construction of 200 vertiport sites across the world.
After 15 years of partnership, Bristol Airport has re-awarded ICTS UK & Ireland as its security partner, to further their security services and passenger screening journey at the airport.
Malta International Airport welcomed 2,540,335 passengers in 2021, an increase of 45.3 per cent on 2020 figures, which will continue to grow in 2022 dependent on the government’s post-COVID-19 strategy.
Over the entirety of 2021, VINCI’s airport network welcomed near 86 million passengers, 66 per cent down on 2019 but a 12 per cent growth compared to 2020.
Vilnius Airport has begun trials for the prototype of a fully electric, eco-friendly bus, to continue the airport’s sustainable efforts, as well as to create a seamless passenger transportation experience.
Despite a challenging year, Katowice Airport ended 2021 with a 61.1 per cent growth in passenger traffic from 2020, as well as continued developments and updates to the airport's infrastructure.
As December 2021 ended, Tallinn Airport welcomed a significant passenger recovery of 166,379 travellers, which surpassed 70 per cent of pre-COVID-19 traffic figures.