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Dear Members and friends,

With this 32nd "regions and airports" we are introducing to you the slides of the Getting dAIR event we organised in Brussels on 6 March, and we invite you to already pencil your diaries for the next event on 13 October, when we will also celebrate ARC 20th birthday.

In this issue, you will find news from our ARC member regions, and from their airports, as well as news from the aviation world. 

Have a pleasant reading

Yours, The ARC Secretariat

REGIONS MAKE EUROPE FLY

 
Getting dAIR – Lowering Carbon Emission at airports – PRESENTATIONS – DAIR Project
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www­.dairproject.eu - © 2012 DAIR Project | D-AIR - © Decarbonated Airport Regions with the support of Interreg - The Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC, financed by the European Union’s Regional Developme...
ICAO starts work on aviation emissions – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - As ICAO begins its task of developing a global market-based measure (MBM) to address the growth of international aviation emissions, the establishment of groups to carry out the political and pract...
Positive growth marks resurgence of passenger traffic growth in Europe – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - January marks a record growth in passenger traffic for the past few years, established at +6.3% compared to last year by ACI Europe. EU airports showed an increase averaging +4.6% in passenger traf...
Turkey continues on path to building the world’s largest airport – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - Turkey’s Government is invested into a project that is aiming to re-establish Istanbul as an international travel hub. The new airport of Istanbul is due to be completed by 2019 and will be able to...
Malta Airport registers best ever figures for February – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - February’s figures were due to an added capacity of seven per cent and a consistent seat load factor, which went up by 1.5 percentage points to reach overall 72.5 per cent for the month. Traffic fr...
Re-purposing planned for Charleroi’s old terminal – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - The Walloon airport of Charleroi is planning to re-purpose its old terminal that is no longer the main airport terminal since 2008. Currently, the area boasts a number of private pilot training sch...
F&B deal struck for Helsinki and other Finland airports
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The deal comes as Helsinki undertakes a major two-year rebuilding programme and will see SSP run 11 outlets at Helsinki, and nine at the three regional airports. The redevelopment project will see ...
Traveller numbers down 5.8% in February at Warsaw Chopin
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The airport handled nearly 6% less passengers than in the corresponding period last year, but it was still 6.6% more than in February 2012. The record result in 2013 was attributed to the unplanned...
Airlines predicted to make $18.7 billion profit in 2014
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The figure is actually slightly down on the previously forecast industry profit of $19.7 billion, but still represents a huge upturn in fortunes for the world’s airlines compared to just a few year...
The bulk of the world's airports still operating at loss – new ACI Economics Report
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - According to the soon-to-be-released 2013 ACI Economics Report, 67% of the world’s airport’s operate at a net loss. Indeed, 80% of airports handling less than one million passengers per annum repor...
UK airport passenger numbers rise 3.5% in 2013
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - In total, they handled 228 million passengers during 2013, an increase of 3.5% (7.8 million) on 2012 and growth continues the recovery started in 2011 following three years of falling passenger num...
Battle of Britain
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The Airports Commission, led by Sir Howard Davies, was set up in 2012 to take a fresh and independent look at the UK’s future airport capacity needs. It was tasked with producing an Interim Report ...
Metro line to be built at Miami International
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The POMA Group has been awarded the $76 million contract by the Miami Dade Aviation Department to construct the airport with a MIniMetro. The group’s subsidiary, Leitner Poma of America (LPOA), wil...
 
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