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Perth Airport enhances security screening
Advanced screening equipment is being introduced to Perth Airport, as part of the Australian government’s mandate to strengthen aviation security on a domestic and international level.
Plaza Premium Group expands Helsinki Airport offering
Global airport hospitality specialist Plaza Premium Group has opened a second lounge at Helsinki Airport.
Ferrovial and Carlyle announce JFK deal
Ferrovial’s airports division and Carlyle have reached an exclusivity agreement over work on JFK’s New Terminal One
Stuttgart Airport to study SAFs
Stuttgart Airport is to take part in a state of Baden-Württemberg-backed investigation into sustainable aviation fuel
Spanish charge decision welcome, says IATA
IATA has welcomed the Spanish government’s rejection of operator AENA’s proposal to recoup COVID-19 losses by raising airport charges
Memphis opens refurbished B Concourse
Memphis International Airport (MEM) opened its modernised B Concourse on February 15, with departing flights commencing the following day.
Lödige to provide dnata Schiphol cargo system
dnata has contracted cargo terminal solutions Lödige Industries to supply its new cargo terminal at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
WHSmith makes LaGuardia debut
Global travel retailer WHSmith has opened its first store at LaGuardia airport’s new Terminal B, using Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology.
SITTI updates KLIA VCS
Milan-based SITTI is to provide VCS and ERADs to a number of Malaysian aviation facilities, including Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre.
New EES Technologies at Bulgaria's Aviation Hubs
SSARM is one of the leading IT systems integrator in Bulgaria and was awarded a major contract to equip Bulgaria's aviation hubs with EES-compliant border control solutions following a tender by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior last year.
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