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Following the pledge by European airports to become net zero by 2050, Hermes Airports storms ahead achieving ACA neutrality accreditation.
The French government have released plans to increase ticket prices by €18 by 2020 - an eco-tax on all flights leaving the country.
Wouldn't it be easier to check your luggage in before you get to the airport to avoid the unnecessary stress? At Edinburgh Airport you can now check baggage in the night before you travel for a more seamless journey.
Perez has over 20 years' experience in airline, strategy and commercial management roles and a deep understanding of travel, trade and route development.
The investment from the UK Government to upgrade Gatwick Airport's train station will include a larger concourse, five new lifts and eight new escalators.
Dublin Airport implements a new device to reduce the time spent on essential airfield safety checks in regard to aircraft parking lighting.
ICAO cautioned that the insufficient compliance with aviation safety and security requirements presents a substantial threat in the Caribbean.
New AI-powered chatbot adviser at Sendai Airport will provide passengers with friendly, expert service, guidance, tips and more.
Paul Coughlan, Project Director, said Brisbane's new runway is the biggest and most satisfying project he has ever been involved in.
Cardiff Airport is inviting passengers and third-sector organisations to have their say on accessibility as members of a new PRM and Disability Forum
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) beats all other UK airports with the only 5-star on-time performance and punctuality in the UK.
The EASA have released the first building block to enable safe VTOL operation and the introduction of new air mobility systems in Europe.
Trials at Fiumicino Airport reveal that simple fingerprint drug screening helps airport and border control teams to respond to drug mule suspects in just 10 minutes.
New rule approved by CARB requires a gradual transition to zero-emission technology at airports by 2035, in a bid to reduce climate pollution by half a million tonnes.