VPorts has revealed the creation of the first international electric Advanced Air Mobility corridor between Syracuse Hancock International Airport and VPorts’ vertiport in Mirabel, Québec.
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Katowice Airport has kicked-started its Winter 2022/2023 season with the launch of its new direct long-haul charter flights, including routes from Phuket, Thailand.
Dubai Airports increased its annual forecast for passenger traffic at Dubai International Airport to 64.3 million, after a strong performance in Q3 2022.
Korean Air has resumed additional routes to China, Japan and Israel, after a long COVID-19 hiatus.
The Christmas season is set to begin at Finavia’s airports, with the first charter flights from Europe landing at Ivalo Airport and Kittilä Airport from 25 November 2022.
The International Air Transport Association has called upon governments to encourage stronger European economic development by embracing policies to promote greater air connectivity.
For Issue 5 2022, International Airport Review’s Editorial Assistant, Lily Mae Pacey sat down with Ioanna Papadopoulou, Director, Communications & Marketing at Athens International Airport, at Routes Europe 2022. She outlined how the airport plans to accommodate the rise of a new passenger type and expand further into new route markets.
Kansai International Airport has unveiled the first remodelling stage of its new domestic area in Terminal 1, which will provide passengers' more functional commercial spaces, shops and restaurants.
London Heathrow has welcomed RwandAir's first non-stop flight between Kigali International Airport and the UK.
In preparation for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Dubai Customs has completed all preparations for passengers and air cargo at Al Maktoum International Airport and Dubai Logistics City.
In spite of the growing cost-of-living concerns, European traveller's appetite for travel continues to rise with 70 per cent planning a trip in the next six months.
Concept Integrity, the electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft from UMILES Next and TECNALIA, took to the skies again completing successfully its second test flight.