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Regions and Airports Newsletter
The Airport Regions Conference Newsletter
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04 November 2013
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Emirates poised to become the world’s largest airline – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - In a statement by the Middle Eastern carrier, Emirates said that it is looking ahead to 2020 when it is aiming to become the world’s dominant airline, flying more than 70 million passengers a year....
Sergi Alegre Calero, Municipality of El Prat de Llobregat, Spain on dAIR – DAIR Project
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www­.dairproject.eu - Sergi Alegre Calero, Vice Mayor El Prat de Llobregat, Municipality of El Prat de Llobregat, Spain talks about his presentation titled: Getting Dair: decarbonising airport regions which looked at ho...
Frankfurt – Germany’s top airport according to customers – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - Frankfurt has taken the top spot amongst the nation’s airports In terms of customer satisfaction, according to a one-million customer ratings on 1500 companies in 180 industries. This is Germany’s ...
Runway or another – ARC
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www­.airportregions.org - Europe is peppered with over 450 airports, mostly small and loss-making. About 85% are publicly owned—this week the Scottish government said it would buy Prestwick airport near Glasgow, following t...
IATA calls for faster travel through airports by 2020
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - “A smooth and hassle-free journey where passengers do not have to break their stride from the kerb to the gate unless they choose to is the goal,” said Tyler, speaking at the opening of the World P...
Gulf carriers and Turkish Airlines ready to expand in China, if only air rights were available
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centreforaviation­.com - China is planning reform in the world's second-largest airline sector. Where past initiatives focused squarely on volume expansion, the intent this time seems to be around efficient growth. The cha...
Wizz Air: to Dubai and beyond! Pushing the frontier of the narrowbody LCC model
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - The United Arab Emirates’ newest airport, Dubai World Central (DWC), opened its passenger terminal on 27-Oct-2013 and its first commercial passengers. The operator was Wizz Air, the Eastern/Central...
Guernsey's new €93 million airport upgrade set for completion by end of October
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Project manager Gerry Prickett, says: “The new section of runway added at the western end of the site moves the airstrip 120 metres to the west, while the existing taxiway also had to be extended t...
HOCHTIEF AirPort renamed AviAlliance after change of ownership
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The HOCHTIEF Group subsidiary was purchased by the Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments) of Canada in September. AviAlliance, which is based in the city of Essen, in Germany, is ...
Brussels to set up security, business networks in push for European cloud
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thumbnail www­.euractiv.com - Yesterday (28 October), the EU executive announced the formation of an expert group to work on safe and fair terms for cloud computing contracts, to identify best options for consumers and small co...
Traffic at Miami International Airport continues to grow
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Monday, 28 October 2013 10:19 Traffic at Miami International Airport continues to grow Written by  Justin Burns
Bangalore International upgraded to Level 3 Airport Carbon Accreditation
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - ACA Level 3 recognises the achievement of carbon 'mapping' and 'reduction', extending the airport carbon footprint to include indirect Scope 3 emissions by engaging stakeholders through guidance an...
Melbourne Airport to spend A$1 billion over next two years on infrastructure project
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Australia’s second busiest airport is carrying out an infrastructure project to transform the site. Up to $10 billion will be invested over the next 20 years as it looks to double passenger numbers...
Free Wi-Fi and trolleys introduced at Cardiff Airport
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - After listening to passenger feedback the airport has switched from a pay by the hour Wi-Fi service, to one which gives 30 minutes free surfing a day. Travellers can also use a new lower tariff aft...
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