As a result of the implementation of comprehensive health and safety measures at the airport, Dubai International has received the ACI accreditation.
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Passengers can now pay touch-free in all Eurotrade stores and businesses at Munich Airport through the use of a contactless PayPal QR Code.
Philadelphia and Heathrow will collaborate to boost passenger numbers, implement innovative measures and increase international cooperation.
The Canadian Airports Council has welcomed new details on government financial aid, but has stressed that the Canadian government must be prepared to take further action.
EASA and EUROCONTROL have jointly outlined recommendations to ensure that COVID-19 vaccine side effects do not interfere with the execution of any safety-related tasks undertaken by ATCOs and operational staff.
Changi Airport's passenger terminals and Jewel will be temporarily closed to members of the public as a result of the detection of COVID-19 cases in its workforce.
Heathrow has called for the UK government to review the countries that have been deemed as 'green' under the new travel traffic light system for England, stating that the current 'green list' is "overly cautious".
Similar to the new rules outlined by the UK government for England, the Scottish government has introduced a traffic light system for international travel.
The Australian government has extended the regional and domestic aviation support programmes that were originally announced in March 2021.
By achieving the accreditation, Guanacaste Airport highlights its efforts to measure, manage and reduce its carbon footprint.
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’.