Monthly Archives: November 2018

Delta to open first US biometric terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta

Delta Air Lines, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and the TSA have unveiled the first biometric terminal in the USA at the hub’s Maynard H Jackson International Terminal (Terminal F). Customers flying direct to an international destination on Delta, Aeromexico, Air France, KLM or Virgin Atlantic Airways can use […]

Malta International Airport kicks off Works on €20 Million Multi-Storey Car Park

• New parking village will provide 1,300 parking spaces • Another investment by the airport to continuously upgrade the guest experience • Building will replace current staff car park and is slated for completion in 2020 • Temporary car park secured by MIA for affected employees and stakeholders Malta International Airport will kick off works […]

Local businesses line up to secure work with Heathrow expansion programme

Hundreds of SMEs put in the groundwork for business opportunities at the Heathrow Business Summit The 22nd annual flagship Summit marks the grand finale in what has been a record year for the UK-wide SME growth programme 50 of Heathrow’s top suppliers discuss current procurement opportunities with a 250-strong audience including businesses from Ealing, Hillingdon, […]

Munich Airport International and CAG Holdings form joint venture to improve North American airports

Munich Airport International (MAI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Munich Airport, and CAG Holdings (CAG), The Carlyle Group’s global airport investment platform, have announced the formation of Reach Airports LLC – a USA-based joint venture to offer training, consulting and management services to the aviation sector in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Reach Airports combines the […]

Finavia’s Investment at Helsinki Airport Enters a New Phase

For Helsinki Airport, the year 2019 will be transformative. Within the next year, the airport will face more reformations and changes than ever before. In January, the front of Terminal 2 will become the focal point of expansion work. The construction work will affect traffic arrangements and the mobility of passengers. “Next year, we will […]

Iconic Kelly’s Roast Beef Opens at Boston Logan International Airport

Kelly’s Roast Beef, a Boston food institution, is now open in Boston Logan International Airport’s new Terminal B. Global restaurateur HMSHost and partner Master ConcessionAir LLC are delivering Kelly’s world-famous roast beef sandwiches, lobster rolls, and fresh caught local seafood as part of the airport’s new dining program to bring more local flavors to travelers. […]

Brewing Success at Edinburgh Airport

The world’s first BrewDog airport bar has opened at Edinburgh Airport. The bar from BrewDog, Scotland’s largest independent brewer, will offer passengers a range of beers from its Aberdeenshire-based brewery alongside those hand-picked from craft breweries from around the world. Passengers will also benefit from a specially developed breakfast menu and a lunch menu which […]

Six Level Multi-Storey Car Park Construction Commenced at Budapest Airport

The construction of a six-level multi-storey car park (MSCP) was ceremoniously started in front of Terminal 2 of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport. In the area closed to the public since 1 October, a multifunctional car park building accommodating 2500 vehicles is to be erected. After handover, drivers and their passengers will be able to […]

Bristol Airport Announces New Food Outlets

A seven month development project commenced in October 2018 creating new restaurants and eateries at Bristol Airport. Passengers will be able to enjoy new restaurants and brands including Frankie & Benny’s, Barburrito, EAT and Warrens Bakery after the recent tender process for several key food and beverage outlets. Having invested more than £160 million in […]

Chinese airports prioritize cybersecurity for technology investment

Airports and airlines in China are increasingly investing in technology to equip new airports and terminals and manage rising passenger numbers, with cybersecurity proving to be top of the agenda for both. The SITA 2018 Air Transport IT Insights for China show that as airline passenger numbers in China rose nearly 13% to more than […]