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Dear Members and friends,

We are happy to introduce our 31st edition of the Regions and Airports newsletter. We hope you are enjoying the information here and that you will follow up on our activities.

The past week we have organised the Policy Event "Getting dAIR", part of the Interreg IVC Project in which we take part, and we have been very happy to see some of our members there. Stay tuned with our activities in dAIR, a project on decarbonising airport regions by visiting the official webpage at www.dairproject.eu. 

Thank you for keeping up to date with our activities and we urge you to also follow us on facebook, twitter and linked in as well as email us at info@airportregions.org if you want to communciate with us. 

Have a pleasant reading

Yours, The ARC Secretariat

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State aid: Commission adopts new guidelines for state aid to airports and airlines – ARC
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No carbon tax for airlines until at least 2016 – ARC
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Conference on the Economic Impact of Airports – Presentations – ARC
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Positive growth marks resurgence of passenger traffic growth in Europe – ARC
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MIA registers best ever figures for February – ARC
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BCN | LateDeparture.com
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Traffic up 7% in February at Swedavia operated airports
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Emirates increases competition with Etihad and Qatar as it adds Chicago to its US network
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Iberia: six successive years of losses. Now will 2014 finally see a return to profit?
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Tram link could be built from Glasgow Airport to the city
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Copenhagen Airport sets goal of expansion while reducing emissions
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New milestone reached by Munich Airport in carbon reduction – DAIR Project
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Could ghost airport fuel Greek property take-off? - CNN.com
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