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Regions and Airports Newsletter
The Airport Regions Conference Newsletter
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18 November 2013
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Birmingham– An unconventional long-haul airport – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - Following our study on the Impact on Middle Eastern Air Carriers, there has been a lot of debate on the future role of airport hubs in Europe, and the long-term perspectives of these airports in th...
Making power out of thin air in Eindhoven – DAIR Project
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thumbnail www­.dairproject.eu - Eindhoven Airport is embarking on a very interesting project, where they are the key factor in researching a very innovative method of electricity generation at the airport, wind turbines which use...
Lufthansa looks at replacing diesel tow tractors with electric ones – DAIR Project
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thumbnail www­.dairproject.eu - Lufthansa Technik’s ground handling subsidiary Lufthansa LEOS has signed a contract with Sweden’s Kalmar Motor to join in developing an electrically-powered hybrid towbarless tractor capable of tow...
Airport industry’s carbon reduction programme named among top 3 low carbon projects for Europe – DAIR Project
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www­.dairproject.eu - ACA was named one of the top 3 low carbon projects for Europe, out of 269 entries. Collecting the ‘Finalist’ award from Commissioner Connie Hedegaard, Olivier Jankovec, Director General ACI EUROPE ...
Passenger traffic rises at airports around the globe
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Owner and manger Fraport AG says it was a new record for the month as 185,000 more travellers used FRA on than last year. Cargo also rose at FRA by 3,5% year-on-year to 186,085 metric tonnes, while...
What is the outlook for airline business travel in 2014?
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centreforaviation­.com - As Delta Air Lines continues a seemingly open attack on its partner Alaska Air Group at its Seattle hub, Alaska Airlines is stressing that alliances like its long-time pact with Delta are complicat...
EU regions need to specialise for competitiveness, policymakers say
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thumbnail www­.euractiv.com - If the EU wants to continue being an important industrial player globally, European regions need to profoundly transform the way they do business.  The EU's industrial policy should in the future f...
Etihad reaches a decade, and helps transform global aviation
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - On 12-Aug-2013 a historic milestone rolls around, when Etihad Airways turns 10 years old. The carrier, which proudly advertises itself as the fastest growing airline in the history of aviation, has...
Emirates' 1H2013/14 15% growth: led by Saudi Arabia, Australia and UK, but full year looks slower
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - Emirates Airline carried 15% additional passengers in the first half of 2013/2014 compared to a year ago. The growth in volume has been led by Europe and the Middle East while Australia has seen th...
Emirates reports a USD600 million 1HFY2014 profit but sees a 'challenging' environment
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - Emirates chairman and CEO Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum has described the global business environment as “challenging”, as the Emirates Group reported a profit of AED2.2 billion (USD600 million...
Airport industry’s carbon reduction programme named among top 3 low carbon projects for Europe – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - ACI’s Carbon Accreditation Programme (ACA) was recognized as as an efficient and innovative climate solution that is making a real difference in helping airports address their CO2 emissions at the ...
 
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