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Dear Members and friends,

Our last Regions and Airports newsletter before the summer holidays is ready for you to read: we have included news from Warsaw Airport where LOT airlines are growing, while Helsinki is aiming to be a silent airport, and Malta Airport is encouraging young graduates to find a career in airport management.

Third runways are hot topics both in Munich and at Heathrow, and you can read two articles on how the controversy has been tackled in different ways at these airports. Airport investment is another interesting subject, which is dealt with in an article on Berlin Brandenburg as well as in an analysis of Eastern European airport investment.

Also, read about how the Gulf carriers are taking advantage of the demise of Greek Olympic Airways by offering flights from Greece to Dubai and Doha.  

We hope that you will enjoy reading this edition, and please continue to inform us what is happening in YOUR airport region.  

Yours,  

the ARC Secretariat  

REGIONS MAKE EUROPE FLY



 
 
Warsaw Chopin airport: LOT’s growth brings hub opportunities – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - LOT Polish Airlines’ plan to more than double passenger numbers to 10 million in 2020 will bring significant growth to its base airport, Warsaw Chopin. LOT’s aspirations to be the hub carrier for t...

Malta Airport launches graduate management programme – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - Malta International Airport is launching a graduate management programme aimed at students who have recently completed their studies and are interested in a career at an international airport. This...

Munich airport gets clearance for third runway – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - Munich airport, Germany’s second largest and a key base for Lufthansa, won approval mid-July for its plans to build a third runway when a federal court rejected the remaining appeals against it. Ai...

Autumn decision on Heathrow new runway? – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - The government will decide whether to accept the Airports Commission’s recommendation for a third Heathrow runway by November, aviation minister Robert Goodwill has confirmed. Goodwill told Travel ...

Brussels Airlines seeks cargo growth – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - Brussels Airlines has teamed up Air Logistics Group (ALG), as it seeks to further develop its cargo business and increase tonnage 6% in 2015. Over the last five years, Brussels Airlines cargo busin...

Helsinki Airport – a silent airport – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - The idea is to reduce noise pollution, such as airport-wide announcements, without sacrificing timely and helpful updates of information.   International airports were once characterized by their c...

Ryanair to launch Israel service to Eastern Europe – 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 2015. All rights reserved. Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of...

Berlin seeks private investors for Berlin Brandenburg new airport – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - Berlin is wooing private investors including Macquarie and JP Morgan to take a stake in its much-delayed new international airport, German newspaper Bild wrote on Sunday. The investors are to be gi...

Airport investment in Eastern Europe – an analysis – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - In March 2015 CAPA published a report highlighting how Belgrade Airport, in tandem with Air Serbia, was working towards a re-balancing of power in central and Eastern Europe, away from the traditio...

92 European airports certified for reducing carbon emissions – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - U.S. airports have a lot of ground to make up if they want to compete with the 92 European airports certified for working towards or already having reduced their carbon emissions. Airports Council ...

The most ecological airport in the world, in the Galapagos islands – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions­.org - Building a 100% ecological airport in the midst of iguanas, a crazy project that was born on the Galapagos Islands. Built on the remains of a US military base, it took into account its environment,...

 
Europe's roadwork planners can learn a lot about efficiency from Oslo Airport - Airport World Magazine
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EC warns member states to implement Functional Airspace Blocks – ARC
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Gulf Carriers take advantage of Greek airline demise – ARC
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