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01 septembre 2014
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Dear Members and friends,
 

We welcome you to our newsletter this week, marking some important news and milestones from the world of regions and airports.  

First off, we look at the Airport Cities of the future, and the role they will play in the economic development of regions. We note also that people prefer, according to a survey smaller airports and that the UK is about to give over 25 million free CO2 permits to its airlines.

Moreover, the dAIR project marks its third stakeholder forum in Malta, a place where a photovoltaic panel on sea has just been launched.

This and much more in this issue of the ARC’s Regions and Airports. 

We hope you will enjoy it and feel free to send us your feedback at info@airportregions.org 

Have a pleasant reading

Yours, The ARC Secretariat

REGIONS MAKE EUROPE FLY

 
The metamorphosis of airport cities – ARC
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Which? survey: Smaller airports earn passenger praise – ARC
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UK to give airlines 26.4 mln free CO2 permits for 2013-2016 – ARC
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D-Air 3rd Stakeholders’ Forum in Malta – DAIR Project
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Photovoltaics at sea pilot project launched – DAIR Project
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Fraport executive board member Peter Schmitz retires - Airport World Magazine
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