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Vision-Box is set to host a series of live talks between leading representatives from government, travel, tourism and aviation.
The African travel and tourism sector contributes $169 billion to Africa’s economy combined, representing 7.1 per cent of the continent’s GDP.
$5.9 million in government funding will enable the expansion and modernisation of the current Taupō Airport terminal, as well as additional improvements.
The strategy considers the Oman aviation industry's relationships with other sectors and will work to strengthen the economy by making notable improvements.
The Queensland Airports Limited and Griffith University partnership agreement has been extended by an additional three years.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report outlines that passengers are having a better experience as a result of airport investments.
A multi-airport system is to be implemented in Indonesia between four airports which will support each other and the wider economy.
Philadelphia Airport has received two grants to rehabilitate platforms and canopies at its four stops on SEPTA’s Airport Line.
Passengers want more control through their smartphones and shorter waiting times with the use of biometrics when travelling.
The new direct route, set to launch in December 2019, is hoped to increase tourism to both Salvador and Santiago while enhancing local economies.
ICAO cautioned that the insufficient compliance with aviation safety and security requirements presents a substantial threat in the Caribbean.
Multi-party partnership between Changi Airport Group, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea Airports Corporation, Eastar Jet, Jeju Air and SilkAir paves way for collaboration to promote travel and trade between Singapore and South Korea.
ICAO Secretary General discusses economic development, safety, and efficiency concerns during recent Tokyo trip.
Ahead of the nearly 17 million passenger seats booked from Gatwick this summer, the airport has added 10 new routes to its portfolio.