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Budapest Airport Achieves Carbon Neutral Status

Budapest Airport has happily flexed its green muscles this week, by achieving the coveted Carbon Neutral status in ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation program.

Hungary’s major airport worked hard to meet the criteria, implementing a range of energy-saving features throughout the terminals and making changes to critical services over the last ten years – and they’re still not done with the carbon-saving initiatives! 248 more words

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Yotel to Build 451-Room Hotel at Istanbul New Airport

It has been announced that Yotel, the London-based hotel group, have been commissioned to build one of the largest airport hotels in the world at the almost-completed… 311 more words

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Frankfurt Airport Roof Terrace Opens for the Summer

Passengers will get a different view of Frankfurt Airport this summer, as the German operator opens a new roof terrace in Terminal 1’s transit zone. 156 more words

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LAX Opens Automated Passenger Screening to Reduce Processing Times

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has almost reached its goal of opening 14 Automated Passenger Screening lines with just two units to go in the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT). 285 more words

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Sign work finishes early; remaining runway closures canceled

Here’s some good news about the sign replacement work that’s been closing our main runway overnight for the last three weeks: it’s done!

Thanks to efficient work and cooperative weather, our crews wrapped up the job over the weekend, a full week ahead of schedule. 36 more words

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Ryanair pulls out of Glasgow Airport – risking 300 jobs and 20 flight paths

Ryanair are pulling their base from Glasgow Airport (Picture: Getty)Hundreds of jobs are in peril as Ryanair confirm its base at Glasgow Airport will close. Currently, 23 routes operate from the airport, this will be slashed to just three, with five being transferred to Edinburgh. 17 more words


Hamburg Airport Launches Self Bag Drop Solution

Passengers flying out of Germany’s Hamburg Airport with KLM, Air France and easyJet, will now be able to enjoy an enhanced travel experience with the introduction of ten Self Bag Drop kiosks, unveiled officially for use last week. 274 more words

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