Airports

Canadian Airport Review

July 24, 2009 0

Carroll McCormick reports on how traffic is down; regulations are looking up, while communications and infrastructure are advancing. As reported in the preceding US airports review, North American passenger traffic in 2008 was well down […]

Airports

US Review

July 24, 2009 0

Stimulus funding is hot. Environmental projects are many. Privatisation took one step backward and a smart step forward. Traffic is down. Carroll McCormick reports. There is a lot of mileage in staking out the position […]

Airports

AdPM and AdPI in Mauritius

July 24, 2009 0

AdPM (Aéroports de Paris Management) and AdPI (Aéroports de Paris Engineering) have won contracts to expand Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport by creating a new 4 million passenger capacity terminal, which will be linked to […]

Airports

Frankfurt to Become Airport Carbon Accredited

July 24, 2009 0

On June 16, Frankfurt Airport (FRA) announced its application to become Airport Carbon Accredited at the launch of the carbon emissions programme during the 19th ACI Europe Annual Congress in Manchester, UK.  The voluntary Airport […]

Airline Focus

Stars Shine on New Cairo Terminal

July 24, 2009 0

The new Terminal 3 at Cairo International Airport in Egypt formally opened on April 27, 2009, with the departure of EgyptAir’s daily New York service the first to use the facility.  The building, located adjacent […]

Airports

LCY Transatlantic Link Gets Supersonic Flight Number

July 24, 2009 0

The first long-haul scheduled passenger link from London City Airport will operate under the same flight codes that British Airways (BA) used for its supersonic Concorde transatlantic services.  The UK carrier has confirmed that its […]

Airports

Stansted Wins G1 Court Backing

July 24, 2009 0

The court of Appeal has thrown out the latest attempts by campaign group Stop Stansted Expansion (SSE) to block the airport’s G1 planning application.  This is the fifth time their core arguments against the development […]

Airline Focus

FFG & Servair = FFS at JFK

July 24, 2009 0

On June 17 the international airline and retail catering company Flying Food Group (FFG) announced it was strengthening its long-term strategic partnership in the US with Servair by creating a new company named Flying Food […]

Airports

New Lounge Facilities at Jersey

July 24, 2009 0

May 23 was the opening date for a redeveloped international departures lounge and arrivals concourse at Jersey Airport in the UK’s Channel Islands. The refurbishment of the existing facilities, which took just eleven weeks to […]

Airports

New Life For Gatwick’s Beehive

July 24, 2009 0

London/Gatwick’s original terminal building, universally nicknamed the Beehive due to its distinctive shape, is now being offered as rented office space. Serviced office provider Orega has signed up three tenants to its new business centre, […]