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BA moves to new Sao Paulo terminal

BA passengers travelling to Sao Paulo can now enjoy the facilities of Guarulhos Airport’s new Terminal 3, which provides more space than the airport’s other three terminals combined. 62 more words

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Moscow Domodedovo Airport was Awarded for its Contribution to Development of Geoinformational Technologies

Moscow Domodedovo AirportMoscow Domodedovo Airport was awarded by the American company Esri for its significant contribution to development of geoinformational technologies. This fact confirms high level of competence of the air hub specialists, as well as the appropriateness of the strategy for using this product for automation of key airport management processes.

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Records Broken in July For Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport has recorded its highest July ever, with 1,051,052 passengers using the Midlands airport during the month. This is an increase of 4.6% over July last year and the second highest month ever recorded in the airport’s 75 year history.

Source: Travelandtourworld.

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Relax in Riga with Robin Hood Airport

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield recently teamed up with Wizz Air and Capital FM to highlight the new flights from South Yorkshire to the Latvian capital of Riga. 36 more words

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Kenya Airways launches first flights from new terminal

Kenya Airways commenced operations from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport’s new Terminal 1 with the launch of four departure flights to three destinations including Johannesburg (JNB), Tanzania (DAR) and Uganda (EBB). 20 more words

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MATERNA Self Bag Drop Trial at Cork Airport

MATERNA has successfully installed a trial version of its latest self-service bag-drop system at Cork Airport in Ireland.The airport’s demand included a new system that connects to the ASTRAL departure control system (DCS) from Aerlingus. 47 more words

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Philippines to invest $3.59bn on airports rehabilitation work

The Philippines’ Department of Transportation and Communication is set to receive $3.59bn (PHP13.3bn) under the 2015 budget to speed up repairs and rehabilitation at the country’s airports.President of the Senate Franklin M Drilon said that the proposed budget will see additional funds of $92m (PHP4bn) over the current budget amount.

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