Expected to be operational by 2022, the rail link expansion project at Sheremetyevo Airport will make the passenger journey more seamless.
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As part of the south terminal expansion, Gold Coast Airport will soon have aerobridges to increase passenger satisfaction, as piling gets underway.
Yet more opposition has surfaced for the expansion of the UK's only hub airport as the London Assembly highlights the negative effects the expansion will have upon the capital.
Endless delays and complications with the redevelopment of the Great Hall at the Jeppsen terminal have caused DEN to end the redevelopment contract with Great Hall Partners (GHP).
According to NATS, improving aviation’s impact on the environment is a growing concern for the flying public with nearly 40 per cent of those surveyed agreeing to an environmental tax.
As passenger numbers at Copenhagen Airport continue to rise, it is reassuring to see that satisfaction is at a record high too - 87 per cent of passengers are satisfied or very satisfied with the airport.
New passenger information screens at Prague Airport give information in six languages, ensuring more people can easily navigate the airport.
Airport investment and effective land use planning are essential for sustainable growth and longevity of the development of Australia's regional airports.
Bristol Airport has installed a ten-bay charging zone, with the potential to expand this in the future, to promote the use of electric vehicles for both passengers and employees.
In a bid to maximise the longevity of Schiphol Airport, construction work is taking place throughout the terminal to ensure the airport is ready for the exponential growth of passengers through its doors.
London City Airport has become the first airport in the UK to adopt both the London Living Wage and the Mayor of London’s Good Work Standard to support local workers.
IATA has released data which reveals that air freight has declined by 4.6 per cent compared to the same period in 2018, the eighth consecutive month of decline.
Gatwick Airport has pledged to invest £1.11 billion to ensure passengers are the heart of the airport’s future while also improving resilience and creating additional capacity.
ACI World has launched its resilience and adaptation to climate change survey which will assist the industry in improving resilience and business continuity.
British Airways has fallen victim to another IT system failure which has left thousands stranded and is expected to cost the airline in excess of £8 million.