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07 April 2014
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Dear Members and friends,

With this 33nd "regions and airports" we would like to share with you news from our members and the airport and region world. We keep you updated with our latest study visit from the dAIR project, which took place in Prague last week as well as developments in relation to the aviation ETS. 

We are also proud to introduce the newest ARC member, the city of Beek in the Netherlands as well as other interesting information. As always, feel free to email us for any info as well as follow us on twitter, facebook and linkedin.

Have a pleasant reading

Yours, The ARC Secretariat

REGIONS MAKE EUROPE FLY

 
PRAGUE: Reducing CO2 emissions begins with traffic improvement – DAIR Project
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thumbnail www­.dairproject.eu - Prague, April 3, 2014 – More than two million people use their cars on a monthly basis to reach Vaclav Havel International Airport in Prague. In the absence of any rail connection, this creates a t...
Critical week for the Aviation EU ETS as MEPs hear arguments on which proposal to support – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - With a crucial vote in the European Parliament this week, MEPs will be presented with two choices that will likely determine the future of the Aviation EU ETS until at least 2016. As the lead envir...
Meet our newest member: Beek – ARC
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dAIR in action: Bus on demand and bike access at El Prat inaugurated – DAIR Project
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thumbnail www­.dairproject.eu - ElPrat is putting in action best practices from the dAIR project. The city inaugurated on 18 March their new on demand bus system (also operated in the CDG area) and a secure bike park for bicycles...
Strong passenger increase in February at European Airports – ARC
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Terminal 1 repurposing as well as runway renovation planned in Budapest – ARC
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thumbnail www­.airportregions.org - Budapest Airport officials met with Saudi investors in the capital Riyadh to present details of its planned €20 million airport hotel project and Cargo City projects. Amongst those present at the m...
Global travel industry to grow 5.4% a year until 2023, report claims
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The forecasts were made in the study entitled Shaping the Future of Travel: Macro trends driving industry growth until 2023 - which was published today and written by Oxford Economics and commissio...
Lufthansa pilot strike highlights labour issues for Europe's legacy carriers. It's time to wake up
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thumbnail centreforaviation­.com - An impending three day strike by Lufthansa pilots – described by the carrier as "one of the biggest walkouts" in its history – highlights what continues to be a challenging labour relations environ...
New trial aims to cut Heathrow holding times
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - A new operational procedure to cut the amount of time aircraft circle in ‘holding stacks’ at London Heathrow Airport is set to begin today. Traditionally NATS, the UK’s air traffic service provider...
ADP makes new appointments in its international teams
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - The French airport operator says teams at its two wholly-owned subsidiaries, Aéroports de Paris Management (ADPM) and ADP Ingénierie (ADPI), have been strengthened. Frédéric Dupeyron has been named...
Boris Johnson outlines his vision if Heathrow is closed and Estuary Airport is built
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - Flanked by his aviation advisor Daniel Moylan, he presented a report at Hillingdon Council, entitled Heathrow: Redevelopment Scenarios. Johnson says he wants an ‘open, honest, and evidence based de...
Traffic continues to soar at Abu Dhabi International Airport
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - A total of 1.41 million passengers used the airport during the month compared to 1.2 million during the same month a year ago. Aircraft movements increased to 11,174 in February 2014, recording 12....
Spotlight on Gatwick’s Rebrand
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thumbnail www­.airport-world.com - David McMullen, vice president of airports at SimpliFlying talks to Gatwick Airport’s Jeremy Fletcher about the implications of Gatwick rebranding itself as ‘London’s airport of choice’, the proces...
 
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