By donating the trays, Edinburgh Airport promotes sustainability and supports the development of security screening in African airports.
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The airside development programme at Lima's Jorge Chávez International Airport includes a new ATC tower, a new second runway and new fire services.
The runway work at Wellington was deemed essential as is needed to ensure the on-going safety and efficiency of the airport’s operations.
The finished project at Jyväskylä Airport included runway renovations, upgrades to the electricity network and the building of a new maintenance hangar.
By introducing the new CT scanner, Eppley Airfield gains an improved security threat detection capability and reduces unnecessary contact with passenger bags.
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IATA ONE Source will provide the air cargo industry with a wide range of information on infrastructure capabilities and the certifications of service providers.
Set to begin in autumn 2021, Palanga Airport will undertake necessary works to reconstruct and renew its runway, taxiway and apron.
By introducing the new online service, Malaysia Airports is working to support its retail partners as they face challenges arising from COVID-19.
Passengers travelling through Schiphol Airport can now pre-order and collect food and beverage orders post-security as part of its new contactless service.
As part of a major renovation of its security area and in preparation for an increase in passengers, Teesside Airport has installed two new scanners.
Over the course of the past year, Budapest Airport has invested in a wide range of infrastructure and passenger experience developments.
As part of its efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep passengers safe, Finavia is trialling UVC disinfecting technology at its airports.
The federal investment grants will contribute to a wide range of safety and infrastructure developments at 405 airports across the U.S.
Though air cargo demand remains way below 2019 levels, new data published by IATA has shown that demand is beginning to stabilise following the COVID-19 pandemic.