Set to open in 2020, the ongoing expansion project of the terminal building at Vancouver International Airport has witnessed a steel-topping ceremony.
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New aircraft in service at Gatwick are up to 50 per cent quieter than the aircraft they replace and are set to become the ‘workhorses’ of Gatwick’s fleet; helping to reduce the airport's noise footprint.
Melbourne Airport, as part of the Neighbourhood House Community Grants Programme, is investing in educational and employment pathways for those in need.
Following the challenging summer of 2018, where a record number of flights placed a strain on parts of Europe’s air traffic management network, ANSPs across Europe are stepping up their collaboration.
A new version of EUROCONTROL's ESCAPE air traffic control simulator will facilitate academic research around the world and improve future training.
To help tackle the skilled-workforce shortages that are predicted, the AAA launches a mentoring programme focused on sharing expertise with the next generation of airport professionals.
Coordination based on global standards helps to maximise utilisation of existing capacity, avoid delays and improve passenger experience.
Multi-party partnership between Changi Airport Group, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea Airports Corporation, Eastar Jet, Jeju Air and SilkAir paves way for collaboration to promote travel and trade between Singapore and South Korea.
Digitalisation of passenger document identification is key to IATA's and Star Alliance's continued cooperation for passenger satisfaction.
Delving deep into the airport IT and security sectors, our recent survey results offer opinions from industry professionals across the globe.
Extinction Rebellion plan to hold a protest at London Heathrow on 1 July for 10 days "in recognition of the genocidal impact of high carbon activities".
With travel time between Birmingham Airport and London set to reduce from 70 minutes to 38 when HS2 is fully functional, both the airport and the railway are working together to improve connectivity across the UK.
Runway resurfacing is required at Kuusamo Airport to repair damage caused by the extreme winter weather in Finland.
Collaboration and developed regulations are needed to help airports address the risks posed by drone-related disruption to aircraft operations.
LLA is currently in an exciting period of growth with strong demand from passengers and a growing choice of international routes.