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Envirotainer unveils pallet solution
Secure cold chain solutions provider Envirotainer has launched the Releye RAP, which holds five Euro pallets.
Luton launches consultation
Luton Rising, the owner of London Luton Airport, has opened a new statutory consultation on its long-term proposals to expand the airport.
Manchester opens education facility
Manchester Airport has unveiled a state-of-the-art education centre aimed at inspiring future generations to take up a career in aviation.
dnata digitises Iraq cargo operation
Air services provider dnata has implemented the OneCargo system across its cargo operations in Iraq, digitising processes and maximising efficiencies.
ACI launches intelligence tool
Airports Council International (ACI) World has launched the ACI Intelligence Hub, an air industry data platform.
Sheltair sells New York FBO operations
Sheltair has sold its FBOs at New York’s John F Kennedy Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to Modern Aviation.
Government funding for Fort McMurray
The Government of Canada is to provide more than C$5m to boost Fort McMurray International Airport’s post-pandemic recovery efforts.
Bristol names first ACT partners
Bristol Airport has announced new partnerships with five organisations in the first round of funding from the Airport Carbon Transition (ACT) programme.
Self-service shop debuts at Schiphol
Schiphol Plaza, the shopping space before passport control at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, has unveiled its first self-service shop, Gate 24/7
Malta terminal turns 30
February 8 sees the 30th anniversary of the inauguration of the terminal at Malta International Airport.
The Smart Path to Airport Safety and Security
The airports of today are vastly different than they were just a generation ago – and their technological evolution will continue to accelerate.