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24 November 2014
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Dear Members and friends,

In this edition of Regions and Airports, we are very happy to present you articles that show once again how much the regions’ strategies and the development of the airports can be intertwined. Read more about biofuels in Oslo, the Noise observatory in Region Île de France, increase of traffic in Malta and much more.

We also are happy to inform you about the European Passengers’ Federation conference that we will be hosting on 9th December.

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


 
Oslo to receive regular deliveries of biofuel - Airport World Magazine
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - It’s also the first time that sustainable bio jet fuel will be used in the hydrant system of the airport. The plan is to start delivering biofuel already in March 2015, and that Statoil Aviation wi...
Malta International Airport hits 4 million passenger milestone - timesofmalta.com
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thumbnail www­.timesofmalta.com - Malta International Airport today welcomed its four millionth passenger this year, achieving its milestone more than a month earlier than last year. The figure means that the airport saw an average...
Airport Carbon Accreditation programme goes global - Airport World Magazine
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The news comes ahead of this year’s United Nations COP20 Conference Of the Parties focusing on Climate Change, taking place in Lima in early December. Launched in Europe in 2009, the airport carbon...
Fast track - Airport World Magazine
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - More and more cities across the world are planning new air-rail transit systems because of the numerous benefits they provide to passengers, airlines and the communities they serve. Commonplace in ...
Bruitparif – the Noise Observatory of Île-de-France, Paris region – 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 2014. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of...
Traffic continues to boom at Copenhagen Airport – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - The Danish airport says it is heading towards a new traffic record for the year. Traveller numbers for October reached 2,330,985, making this the busiest October in the airport’s almost 90-year his...
European Passengers’ Federation Inaugural Summit – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - The ARC is hosting the European Passengers’ Federation Inaugural Summit on 9 December 2014. It will be a passenger-focused event that is about listening, learning, interacting and debating the impo...
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Toulouse-Blagnac Airport deal signals rekindling of airport privatisation in France
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Giant inflatable aircraft hangar installed at Budapest - Airport World Magazine
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London Gatwick posts impressive mid-year results - Airport World Magazine
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Flughafen Wien AG reports positive traffic and business growth - Airport World Magazine
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Warsaw Chopin has its busiest ever October - Airport World Magazine
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London City celebrates record passenger figures - Airport World Magazine
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Airports Commission publishes consultation on option for new UK runways – ARC
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