Glasgow Prestwick Airport has secured a partnership deal with Astraius for the development of the Prestwick Spaceport, a milestone that will bolster Scotland’s space industry goals.
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Brazil’s largest airline, GOL, and Grupo Comporte have announced they have signed a non-binding deal with Avolon for the lease of 250 electric eVTOL aircrafts.
As aviation begins its COVID-19 recovery, the Australian government have invested $64 million in essential oversea passenger’s security screening at Australia’s major international airports.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has granted a $100 million deal to companies, to develop technologies to lower the impact aviation has on climate change.
Airlines for America’s member carriers have increased, by 50 per cent, its 2030 target to provide 3 billion gallons of cost-competitive sustainable aviation fuel to U.S. aircraft operators.
If governments apply real governance, and aviation stakeholders are given strong financial incentives to meet emissions and CO2 reduction targets, an investment-friendly environment will be established.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) launched Airport Improvement Programme grants to develop and upgrade airports across Alaska.
Janik Gagné, Senior Director, Economic Analysis and Statistical Services, at Airports Council International (ACI) World, talks to International Airport Review about projected passenger demand in the future and the CAPEX required to address this.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded more than $766 million in grants to build safer, more sustainable, and accessible airports across the U.S.
Governments are preventing nearly $1 billion of airline revenues from being repatriated.
AS Tallinna Lennujaam airport has had a successful first half of 2021, with a positive net-profit and strong balance sheet, despite the negative impact of COVID-19 among European airports.
From 6 September 2021, Palanga Airport operations will be suspended for 45 days, due to modernisation construction work beginning under the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
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The renovation of the essential infrastructure of Palanga Airport is a necessary measure planned to ensure safety and improve environmental solutions.
New study finds that 81 per cent of capital markets investors expect to see more regional carriers receiving government bailouts. Fifty seven per cent predict the sector will be targeted by private equity as a recovery play.