Auckland Airport has grasped the opportunity to bring construction forward whilst runway movements are at an all-time low.
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To accelerate fuel cell electric bus operations, Incheon International Airport has partnered with three other organisations.
A letter signed by a number of airline and airport CEOs opposes the government's introduction of a 14-day period of quarantine.
TAV Airports signs a share purchase agreement to buy Almaty Airport, the main gateway of Kazakhstan and an important junction in the modern ‘Silk road’.
As air travel at Tampa International Airport has slowed down considerably, the airport has increased the activity in its construction sites.
Whilst Abu Dhabi International Airport’s cargo facilities are fully operational, comprehensive health and safety measures have been implemented in response to COVID-19.
A month’s worth of traffic at Heathrow currently represents the number of passengers that would have visited the airport in a single day pre COVID-19.
Heathrow Airport endeavours to overturn the court’s ruling that the policy underpinning runway expansion at the airport was unlawful.
Australia’s Avalon Airport is working to ensure world-class passenger safety and experience when the airport recommences flights.
In response to COVID-19, airports and other public spaces are searching for ways to enhance traditional cleaning methods.
Infrastructure projects continue at Vilnius Airport, with apron and taxiway developments including renovation and construction.
Some impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are posing new challenges in regard to aviation safety, airport security and risk management.
Chief Executive of Airport Operators Association has created a list of measures that the UK aviation industry requires from the government if it is to remain resilient.
The African travel and tourism sector contributes $169 billion to Africa’s economy combined, representing 7.1 per cent of the continent’s GDP.
Heathrow is to drive the development of a Common International Standard by trialling processes that reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.