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Regions and Airports Newsletter
The Airport Regions Conference Newsletter
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09 December 2013
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Main Finnish hub vows to remain strong on Asian market – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - Despite the beginning of operations of a new terminal in nearby St. Petersburg, Finland’s main hub, Helsinki Vantaa is confident it can retain its position as leading gateway between Europe and Asi...
Revised EU state aid rules 'could lead to closure of 100 small airports'
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thumbnail www­.euractiv.com - The proposed revision of state aid rules to airports and airlines, unveiled by the European Commission in July this year, will allow start-up aid for launching a new route during a limited period o...
Malta looks at new national aviation policy – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org -  The Maltese government launched the National Aviation Policy for public consultation. The policy covers 2014 through 2020, and is aimed at a sector in  continued growth in Malta. Launching the pol...
Lufthansa ends codesharing with Turkish Airlines. A full rift would mean new strategies for each
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - The recent decision by Lufthansa to end its codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines (THY) came as a surprise to most observers. Talks between the two carriers over the past 18 months had been see...
Airport traffic up 17.8% - timesofmalta.com
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thumbnail www­.timesofmalta.com - Airport traffic in November grew by 17.8 per cent compared to the same month last year, extending this year’s record streak to the first full month of the winter season. These results were achieved...
Birmingham Airport signs partnership with Chinese travel specialist
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The partnership with Caissa forms part of the wider ‘China Welcome Campaign’ being launched by tourism body VisitBritain. The initiative is aiming to make the UK the most welcoming destination in t...
Is Qantas and Australia’s aviation system in meltdown? No, but challenges are all around
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - Qantas' 5-Dec-2013 pre-tax loss projection of up to AUD300 million for the six months to 31-Dec-2013 is accompanied by plans for an accelerated cost reduction programme involving an additional 1,00...
Regions and Airports Newsletter (Issue 24/03.12.2013) – ARC
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www­.airportregions.org - © 2012 ARC Airport Regions Conference | This website and its content is copyright of ARC - Airport Regions Conference 2012. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of...
New terminal at Burgas Airport opens
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Operator Fraport Twin Star, majority owned by Fraport AG, says operations are expected to start within the next two weeks at the BOJ terminal. The facility has been designed by British-based Halcro...
Qantas and China Southern Airlines to partner, clawing back at gains from Cathay Pacific & SIA
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - Qantas' move to codeshare and establish a partnership with China Southern Airlines combines two themes in partnership strategy: my enemy's enemy is my friend, and if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Q...
“Promising” traffic results in Europe during October
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Overall passenger traffic at European airports grew 4.6%, although aircraft movements produced a near-flat result of 0.2%, compared to October 2012. Olivier Jankovec, director general, ACI Europe, ...
Aberdeen Airport's terminal to undergo €15.5 million redevelopment
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Work will start in 2014 and is expected to be completed in 2017 and will see facilities across the terminal given an upgrade. A larger lounge area, more retail opportunities, refreshed arrivals pro...
Delta Air Lines' latest punch at Alaska in Seattle is an effort to siphon traffic from Vancouver
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - Pressure by Delta Air Lines on Alaska Airlines in Seattle continues through service additions on routes where Alaska is the dominant or lone carrier – Vancouver and Fairbanks, Alaska. The latest mo...
Aegean Airlines returns to profit in 9M2013. Olympic cost synergies will be key to next step up
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - The year 2013 will go down in Aegean’s history as a year to remember. The Athens-based carrier has already packed a lot into its short life since it commenced operating scheduled passenger services...
Wind turbine installed at Azores Santa Maria Airport
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Evance Wind Turbines was selected by NAV Portugal to provide the 5kW turbine in the Azores, as of an off-grid renewable energy system. SEGMA, who provide engineering and maintenance services, manag...
Virgin Australia and Tigerair dual-brand strategy commences as they start to coordinate routes
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - With little fanfare Virgin Australia and Tigerair have made the first public change to their networks as part of the dual-brand strategy they are now pursuing following Virgin's purchase of one-tim...
Lydd Airport to ease UK congestion
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Also known as London Ashford Airport, Lydd has underlined its credentials ahead of the Airports Commission’s upcoming interim report. The airport on Romney Marsh celebrates its 60th anniversary in ...
 
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