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Venice to promote hydrogen
Airbus, Snam and SAVE have signed an MoU to promote the use of hydrogen as a sustainable energy carrier
Extra protection for Honolulu AEDs
An automated external defibrillator cabinet alert system has been installed at Daniel K International Airport in Hawaii (HNL)
BIAL wins PEER platinum certification
Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), operator of Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BLR), has won Green Building Certification’s PEER Platinum certification.
Havaş buys MZLZ
Turkish ground handling specialist Havaş has acquired Zagreb Airport-based MZLZ Ground Handling Services
Balfour Beatty wins runway contract
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a construction management contract to deliver the ‘Runway 5L/23R Replacement Programme’ at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina.
Dubai Airports signs wildlife commitment
The CEO of Dubai Airports has become the latest signatory of anti-wildlife trafficking commitment The Buckingham Palace Declaration.
IATA launches ground operations portal
IATA has announced the launch of the IGOM Portal, a support tool for the implementation of the IATA Ground Operations Manual (IGOM).
FlyPelican job boost for Newcastle
Up to 15 new jobs will be created as regional airline and charter company FlyPelican signs a new lease at Newcastle Airport.
Strike threat at Gatwick
According to UK trade union Unite, easyJet passengers at Gatwick face spring misery as DHL ground handlers consider strike action.
Menzies rejects NAS takeover approach
John Menzies has rejected an unsolicited proposal from National Aviation Services (NAS), a subsidiary of Kuwait-based Agility Public Warehousing.
Our survey reveals industry views on post-pandemic airport recovery
Airports International conducted an online survey on behalf of Hitachi Vantara in July 2020, in order to understand the industry’s view on recovery from the pandemic and the use of technology to provide an enhanced ...
How technology is meeting the changing demands of airports
The evolution of the modern airport, and the way in which their operators conduct business, was well underway even before the global pandemic struck earlier in the year.
Are Airports the Next Smart Cities?
Airports globally are recognized as being similar to smart cities, as they focus on delivering improvements to operations, sustainability, experience and business vitality.